Bamboo Body Pillow Maker Comments on Growing Pregnancy Pillow Market

Xtreme Comforts, the manufacturer of quality support products, has recently shared views on the expanding global market for pregnancy pillows. Many high-quality pillows from the company are currently selling successfully on Amazon.

Bronxville, NY, US - September 17, 2019 —

The well-known market research company, Alexa Reports, has released a detailed report highlighting the rapid growth of the pregnancy pillow market around the world. Following the release of this report, Xtreme Comforts shared its opinion on its findings. An experienced manufacturer of scientifically designed support products, Xtreme Comforts, has gained popularity on Amazon because of its Bamboo Shredded Body Pillow and many other products.

More information about Xtreme Comforts and its product line can be found at

“The thriving condition of the pregnancy pillow market is not a surprise. Most of today’s expectant mothers are extremely health conscious and aware of the demands on their bodies during this time,” said a spokesperson for Xtreme Comforts. “As with any orthopedic pillow, proper support and placement of a pregnancy pillow or two while resting can encourage or maintain a better sleeping position. This can dramatically improve sleep quality and overall health. “

The study conducted by Alexa Reports contains historical market data as well as forecasts until 2025. According to the report, the pregnancy pillow market will grow over the forecast period. Also known as maternity pillows, pregnancy pillows are specially designed to support a pregnant mother’s changing body. The report mentions that this market growth can be attributed to the increasing number of miscarriages and stillbirths because of awkward resting and sleeping positions and pregnancy-related issues.

Xtreme Comforts’ cooling body pillow is an extremely popular Amazon product with over 3,000 reviews. Interestingly, many users recommend this product for pregnancy. It promotes proper neck and back alignment to reduce tossing and turning for stomach, side, and back sleepers. These pillows also relieve users from sleeping issues such as snoring, insomnia, migraines, neck and back pain, allergies, and TMJ.

Xtreme Comforts body pillows are made from 100% CertiPur-US certified foam. With breathable bamboo covers, these pillows allow greater ventilation and keep users cool throughout the night.

Those interested in finding out more about Xtreme Comforts Bamboo Body Pillow should visit the company’s website or Amazon storefront.





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