Here's something you don't know about me? I often dread going to bed because I have a hard time getting to and staying asleep. I'm open to any suggestions including the ones from UC Berkeley Wellness Letter, March, 2011:
1. Use a pillow to keep your neck aligned with your spine.
2. Pull the pillow down between your chin and shoulder if you sleep on your back or side.
3. Look for a softer pillow if you sleep on your back; a firmer one if you sleep on your side.
4. Try a cervical roll for good neck support.
5. Use a pillow under your knees if you sleep on your back or one between your knees if you sleep on your side.
6. It's best not to sleep on your stomach.
7. A firmer mattress calls for a thinner pillow. A soft mattress calls for a fatter one.
8. Replace your pillow if it is thin and lumpy.
9. More expensive pillows are no better than reasonably priced one.