Not the softest pillow but supportive & worth a try to keep head in correct position.
The British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association (www.britishsnoring.co.uk) recommend trying an anti-allergenic pillow in their section on how to stop snoring . A starting point would be one of the great microfibre pillows we have already reviewed such as the Micro-Fresh Anti Allergy Pillow from John Lewis – review here.
However, there are a number of pillows that seem to offer more for the snorer (or their long suffering partner) than just a lack of dust mites. The first of these we have had a chance to review is the Snore Stop pillow on sale through E-bay. General reviews are split 50:50 between those for whom this worked, and those who found it no help at all. In simple terms, it is a very firm pillow that is designed to keep your neck supported at the correct height and so reduce snoring.
So, if you are looking for a soft comfortable pillow, you are going to have a very poor nights sleep, but if you do have a snoring problem, then it is definitely worth giving this a try as it should keep your head and neck in exactly the right position to keep your airways open.