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Old 06-01-2012, 12:40 PM
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Botom line is my current pillow sucks. Wake up with a sweaty head every night. With house temp at 69.

Thinking about the My Pillow.
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:03 PM
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I have several pillows, I switch them out every 4-6 months. I remember while living in Queens New York, (no air conditioning) placing my pillow in the freezer 1 hr before bedtime in the summer. Good times!!!
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if your house is 69 degrees and you're sweating on your pillow at night, maybe you're experiencing menopause. I have king sized, overstuffed down pillows, my house is 71, and I don't have any head sweats.

I don't see anything on the My Pillow website about it providing head air conditioning, so I'm not sure why you're thinking a pillow change will solve the issue. It does mention Restless Leg Syndrome though.....the jimmy-legs.....
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My 1911 is "my pillow".
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Polyester pillows can do that.

Either lots of cottom pillowcases or a higher quality pillow - feathers comes to mind.
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My pillow claims heat disbursement and a cooling material.

Maybe just a high quality pillow is the answer I think now I have a 10 dollar bed bath and beyond pillow
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Originally Posted by Gottarpon View Post
My pillow claims heat disbursement and a cooling material.

Maybe just a high quality pillow is the answer I think now I have a 10 dollar bed bath and beyond pillow
Ive got a $60ish dollar heat sucking pillow works great as long as the house is 73 or below and I have the ability to sleep hot especially when my wife thinks the ac is a dragster wo or nothing finally broke her of that habit mainly with the car ac, wemminz hu.
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Originally Posted by Gottarpon View Post
Botom line is my current pillow sucks. Wake up with a sweaty head every night. With house temp at 69.

Thinking about the My Pillow.
I do hate to say this, and I hope I am totally wrong here, but heavy sweating when it's cool is one of the signs of diabetes , Just saying. Maybe a blood test should be the first thing on your calender when the new week arrives!
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I just took "my" pillow from my sleeping wife....she is always stealing it......best part is she does not know I use it to sit on while at the dinning room table typing dribblle and farting......
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Old 06-02-2012, 05:44 AM
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I can verify this first hand . I would get checked
Not taking it wrong. I actually just got all my blood work done and everything is good. I am not sweating like crazy at night just get a hot head on my pillow and light sweat. looking for a good pillow that will stay cool
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Why not a Boob Pillow? Then having a wet head during the night can be explained. Laying all joking to the side I also find myself waking up some nights with a wet head even with the air set at 69 degrees.
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When I read "Anyone have my pillow?" I thought WTF are these guys are having THT sleepovers

I have five or six pillows and rotate throughout the night. I've never even heard of a My Pillow.
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I have a very old pillow almost filled with "powdered Down" about once a year I get it Rebuilt ... It gets sterilized and more down added as needed ...

You F with it U die ... LOL not really ...
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Old 06-02-2012, 04:16 PM
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So knowone has my pillow. I'd say it's just short of a scam.
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We get new pillows every time we stay at a hotel.
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Old 06-02-2012, 04:48 PM
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maybe you need to put a different type pillow case on it that stays cooler, that freezer idea sounds like a good idea for my flashing wife.
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Old 06-03-2012, 08:40 AM
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This doesn't sound normal. We don't have the AC on right now so the house got up to about 80 and while it was warm, I didn't wake up with a sweaty head. Sweating in a 69 degree house while at rest does not sound normal.
It seems like fixing the cause may be better than trying to fix the symptom.
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Old 06-03-2012, 09:20 AM
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Ok, my head in not sweating my pillow gets hot and where my head contacts the pillow is gets moist. That's right moist. I don't have night sweats, not going thought menopause, don't have diabetes. I current have some cheap crap pillow and looking for something that will disburse heat rather than trapping it and making my head hot.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:35 AM
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You need a Chillow

http://www.chillowstore.com/
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Flip It, the other side is always cooler .
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