How Do You Keep a Pillow from Falling Behind an Adjustable Bed?

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You've just about to drift off into a nice refreshing sleep, only to be awakened by a pillow slipping from under your head and falling down the gap between your mattress and headboard.

How Do You Keep a Pillow from Falling Behind an Adjustable Bed?

You've just about to drift off into a nice refreshing sleep, only to be awakened by a pillow slipping from under your head and falling down the gap between your mattress and headboard. You are frustrated. Right. Don’t worry. Many of you have this problem and we have written this blog to help you out.

You may have noticed that most beds these days are adjustable pillows, and you might also notice that it's not always easy to keep your pillow in front of the bed. Check out this article to learn how you can keep your pillow from falling behind your adjustable bed!

What is a Pillow behind an Adjustable Bed?

If you have an adjustable bed, your pillow will fall behind the bed when you get into it. However, there are a few ways to prevent this from happening.

How to Keep a Pillow from Falling Behind an Adjustable Bed

If you're in need of an adjustable bed pillow, but don't have the space for one, buying a high quality set of pillows can help. One good way to keep your pillow from falling behind your adjustable bed is to make a support system that holds it up while you sleep. You can either build this out of cardboard or plastic, or purchase one premade.

When you sleep on your side, the pillow typically falls behind the bed and is difficult to reach when you later pull it out. Put a thin pillow (4-6 inches) between the mattress and the wall. This will raise the mattress so that your pillow is located in a more convenient place.

You can adjust your pillow is to take a large blanket and wrap it around the side of the bed where you're sleeping. You should then climb up so that your top knee/shoulder sits below the mattress. Now, put pressure on your back against the wall or headboard with your other hand to keep from falling back down. This will help make adjustment easy.

Keep Your Pillow in Place with Dental Floss

Many people have trouble keeping their pillows from falling behind their adjustable beds. To keep your pillow in place, first use dental floss to secure the tie on the outside of the bed frame, then wrap the floss around the inside of your pillow.

Alternative Solutions/Options

The standard way to keep a pillow from falling behind an adjustable bed is to secure the pillow to the wall. There are many different ways to do this, but they usually require putting in screws or using nails. However, there are other alternatives that don't require drilling into your wall.

What will happen if you don’t keep your pillow from falling behind?

Every person has a different preference for the firmness of their pillow. This can really cause problems if your pillow falls behind, so it’s important to know what will happen if you don’t keep your pillow from falling behind. If you don’t keep your pillow from falling behind, the pillow will be pushed down further and harder against the mattress, which could cause neck pain or even make snoring much worse.

If you sleep with your head close to the headboard, your memory foam pillow might slide into the gap between the mattress and the bed frame overnight, whether due to you moving around or due to gravity and the weight from your body. While this might seem like a minor annoyance, that minor pain can get really old really fast. Hope you got the answer.

 

We have suggested above the ways to keep your pillow in place without losing it. Keep your pillow from snagging on the gap by using a weighted blanket or modern bedding. If you want to close the gap between your mattress and box spring, consider getting a wedge pillow or an adjustable power base with headrest.

Ross Flynn

Living in India

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