Sleep Gadgets So Weird They Just Might Work
How it works: A chiropractor designed this winged pillow to prevent the neck and back pain that often sends patients into his office. When you're lying on your back, your head rests in the recessed chamber while your neck is supported by the bottom roll. The side panels help your head remain in the correct position when you turn to the left or right.
Why we'd like to try it: The position of your body in bed should be similar in alignment to when you are standing up straight, experts tell us. Fluffy pillows tilt the head too far forward; flat ones may not offer enough neck support. This design claims to be the just-right solution for back sleepers as well as side sleepers (and those who are both in one night).