April 22, 2024

Debra Mosely, 47, had been feeling tired and experiencing ‘Brain Fog’ for months. Normally alert and energetic, her family noticed the change during a recent get-together for her brother-in-law, Gary’s, 50th birthday.

“I haven’t been sleeping well at all,” Debra confessed. “I’ve only been getting 4 or 5 hours a night… sometimes less.”

Gary, an experienced chiropractor,

“Not all memory foam is created equal,” Gary revealed. “Most of my clients were using pillows that were too soft, too firm, or too thick. The wrong pillow can literally ruin your sleep.”

Debra is one of 164 million Americans who don’t get enough restorative sleep. Not only does poor sleep affect mood and energy levels, it can contribute to neck & back aches, difficulty maintaining a healthy weight, and more.

Debra was shocked that her pillow could actually be why she wasn’t sleeping well and woke-up with such low energy.

“The good news is, we now know the perfect size, density, and pillow shape,” said Gary.

Chiropractors are recommending a unique new pillow design for anyone who wants to sleep better and wake up feeling rested, limber, and alert.

Asked a surprising question: what type of pillow was she using?

‍Debra couldn’t remember the brand, but knew it was made of memory foam and supposedly designed for spinal support.

Scientifically-designed to provide ideal support for all sleep positions (back, stomach, and side), this innovative pillow features “butterfly” cutouts and an orthopedic groove for uninterrupted, restorative sleep throughout the night.

Mid-conversation, Gary suddenly ran into the house… returning a few moments later with the pillow he’d just described. “Try it for a few nights,” he insisted. “And let me know what you think!”

Here’s what Debra had to say after sleeping on this new pillow for just one night:“

I was astonished how well it worked,” she said. “I slept completely through the night and woke up feeling like MYSELF again!

Improper pillow design can contribute to poor sleep, neck or back aches, ‘Brain Fog,’ and other issues.

With over 33 million sold, the “cervical” pillow shape is quickly becoming one of the most popular designs on the market.

Debra was so impressed with her results, she decided to order one for herself. But when she looked online, she was shocked by the prices. Most models with this unique design cost upwards of $250!

A resourceful legal clerk, Debra was determined to find an affordable option that matched the quality of those expensive pillows. She researched the web for over a week, comparing features and pricing.

After reading hundreds of online reviews, Debra discovered one brand that identically matched her brother-in-law’s “orthopedic” shape, density, and size — for a fraction of the price.

“Based on the reviews,” she shared. “A pillow called ‘Sutera’ was the clear choice. Customers reported incredible results and reliable customer service at a price I couldn’t find anywhere else.”

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