Review of the Best Donut Pillow Out There

Updated: Sep 2



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Nothing is worst that being in pain and having to work through it. There is no need to suffer when there are options for relief.


In my search for comfort to be able to work throughout the day I came across the best donut pillow. If you haven't already heard of the Ergonomic Innovations Donut Pillow, then it's worth taking a look.






What are the product features?

  • This pillow features a non-slip base so its stays in place.

  • It contours to the seat and to you for the best comfort.

  • The "U" cut-out suspends the tailbone to help relieve pain.

  • It has a removable cover for washing.

  • It measures 17.5" x 14" x 2.5", and supports body weight of up to 240 lbs.

This is a great pillow to relieve tailbone (coccyx) pain that is most often caused by sitting for long periods of time, usually working. It is a firm pillow that adequately support and relieves pressure, so if your preference is a soft pillow, this might not be the right pillow for you.


Who can benefit from using this pillow?

  • Women that have just given birth can benefit from this pillow

  • People that have had surgery or has had an injury

  • People with hemorrhoids

  • People with tail bone pain

  • People that spend long periods of time working at a desk job

  • Anyone spending a lot of time sitting


And the best part yet?

  1. This pillow is versatile, light weight, and portable.

  2. It can be used to sit on any surface, including an office chair while working, the car or airplane when traveling and taking long trips, or while sitting trying to breast feed your new baby.

  3. It is affordable and a great alternative if you do not want to replace an expensive office chair


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Read more about coccyx pain at: https://www.physio-pedia.com/Coccygodynia_(Coccydynia,_Coccalgia,_Tailbone_Pain)







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