The super cuddly Leachco Back ‘N Belly Contoured Body Pillow is able to support your aching back and growing belly—at the same time! Without having to reposition the pillow, this U-shaped pregnancy pillow will allow you to sleep on your back or shift easily from side to side, as well as keeping knees and head elevated for added comfort. Washable cover: yes. Filling: polyester.
One way to sleep more comfortably? Invest in a good pregnancy pillow. These pillows are made with moms-to-be in mind and can deliver much-needed support for side sleeping. Although there are countless different models out there (some pricier than others), the most important feature is simply that the one you buy helps you sleep through the night. "From a medical perspective, there is nothing beneficial or harmful about what pillow you use during pregnancy," notes Dr. Sasan, adding that what works for each woman is different. "It's purely a comfort issue."
It should come as no surprise to learn that the KHOMO Full Body Pillow might be a little too bulky for some women. Nevertheless, its massive size offers major benefits. Once you’ve added this pillow to your bed, you’ll never need another one. It supports all parts of the body and also combats those nasty allergies. For the price, this maternity body pillow is easily a steal.
So, which trousers will work for you? Maternity jeans come in a range of styles. There are under-the-bump and over-the-bump options, or those with stretchy panels designed to expand with your impending arrival. The under-the-bump pairs should fit comfortably below your belly with a soft elasticated waistband. The over-the-bump styles come with an integrated stretchy band that, as the name suggests, fits over your tummy and helps keep you feeling together.
Memory foam pregnancy pillows take the shape of your body as it presses against it. Once your weight is lifted of the pillow, the memory foam regains its original shape. Pregnancy pillows containing memory foam filling are generally quite firm. Since memory foam can cause heat to build up, some manufacturers shred it prior to using it in pregnancy pillow filling. The shredded memory foam still allows air to circulate inside it, helping reducing that hot feeling.
In 2015 it was reported that maternity clothes is a $2.4 billion market in the U.S. According to a Forbes analysis, in 2014 a pregnant women spent around $480 on maternity wear. This represents approximately one-sixth of all clothing sales each year. The largest chains, belonging to Destination Maternity, control almost one-fifth of the American market. Other brands are sold through discount stores, department stores, and boutiques. <