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This pillow can help you sleep all night without tossing and turning

    The Stop Tossing & Turning pillow from U2™, a company devoted to innovating in the sleep space, is a new pillow designed to help you get a good night’s rest by reducing tossing and turning. Now available for pre-order on Kickstarter for only $49, the pillow utilizes an ergonomic design to perfectly cradle your head and neck. 

    The pillow’s design takes the pressure principle from physics (pressure is equal to force divided by the area on which it acts!) and applies it to your head and neck. The larger the contact area of your head and neck on contact with the pillow, the less pressure you should feel, making sleep more comfortable. 

    The pillow conforms to the natural shape of your neck for a snug fit. U2™ tested more than 100 samples with more than 100 subjects over the three years to find the best design to reliably reduce tossing and turning for the most people. 

    The pillow conforms to the natural shape of your neck for a snug fit.
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    Available in 4 different material combinations and 8 different heights, there’s sure to be a fit that’s right for everyone. In addition to comfort from different materials, achieving maximum breathability was also a very important part of the design process. To ensure a restful and refreshing sleep, ventilation holes are evenly distributed on each layer of the pillow to help heat dissipate. Pairing the Stop Tossing & Turning pillow with a 100% cotton pillowcase will make for an even more comfortable sleep.

    For more details on the U2™ Stop Tossing and Turning Pillow and more bedding products, please visit U2Sleep.com or our U2 Sleep page on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube or Pinterest.

    Pre-order your Stop Tossing and Turning Pillow on Kickstarter today!

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