Customizable, modular dREM Escape Pillow adapts to any sleeper
Everyone knows the importance of a good night's sleep, but how do you go about getting one? Experts recommend keeping a consistent sleep schedule, following regular bedtime rituals, getting regular exercise, and avoiding using screens in bed. Those are all good tips but there's something else worth considering. We spend about one third of our life with our head on a pillow, so shouldn't it be one that fits the unique shape of your body?
Introducing The dREM Escape Pillow. This pillow is fully customizable, modular and is designed to fit every type of sleeper. Waking with a stiff neck is something that many people endure but, just like a tailored suit, dREM Escape makes for a perfect fit no matter your sleeping position to let you wake up feeling refreshed. If you're a back sleeper the dREM Escape fully supports your neck throughout the night, and if you're a side sleeper it will do the same while also relieving pressure on your ears through the use of special holes.
The dREM Escape pillow outperforms traditional pillows thanks to the use of body contouring memory foam cushions that provide a level of comfort that has to be experienced to be believed. It also stays cool at night to ensure a great night’s sleep. Not only is this 100% fully customizable modular pillow meant to give consumers the deep sleep they’ve been craving, it looks gorgeous on top of your bed.
The creator of the dREM Escape Pillow, Bob Sexton, was hit by a drunk driver at 130 mph. The result? An artificial disk in his neck. Traditional pillows just weren’t giving Bob the support that he truly needed so he decided to put his physical therapy degree to use and create a pillow that didn't suck. That's where his idea for a modular pillow that can support everyone and their specific needs came to life.
It’s time to ditch your old pillow and get the sleep you deserve. Those who are interested in getting their hands on this revolutionary pillow at a huge discount can head over to the Kickstarter page here.