LiuYX Cervical Pillow

A couple years ago I was in agonizing upper back pain and made a visit to the doctor. I was diagnosed with a pinched nerve and muscle spasms. Those finally subsided but the back pains continue off and on. I made a visit to my Chiropractor last year. He did an x-ray on my back and told me I do not have the normal cervical spine I am suppose to. This resulted in me having a compressed C6 disk and a lot of discomfort.

After several visits to the chiropractor with no positive outcomes, I gave up. My back pains are off and on but always in the upper cervical spine and neck area. I have suffered for years now and have just learned to deal with it. I will relax and change my positions until I'm comfortable. I blame it a lot on the fact I work in front of a computer all day and do a lot of crocheting on my free time.

I was so excited when I received this LiuYX Cervical Pillow. I can finally get the relief I need and hope it adds comfort to the pains I suffer.


The LiuYX cervical back pillow is designed to cradle and support the neck and allow shoulders to relax. It has massage traction for pain relief and cervical spine alignment. It gently suspends your head and neck for a relaxing sensation as your head gently floats on the unique cradling design. The memory sponge padding is not only soft but also allows air to flow keeping your head cool and eliminates sweat.



The LiuYX Cervical Pillow is easy to use. I simply placed it on the back of head and positioned it until I was comfortable. Then I slowly leaned my head back and relaxed. I quickly felt relief.

I thought it was very comfortable and relieved some tension in my neck and spine in as little as five minutes. This pillow can be used while sitting or laying down. All you need is a surface to lean back on. However, it is not to be used while driving or sleeping.


Unlike most other cervical pillows, this one is small and discrete. The area you place your head in is about the size of two cupped hands. I love that this special pillow is small enough to throw in a tote and take with me to work or long car rides where sitting a long time can bring on more stress to my back. It is recommended to use 2 or 3 times a day for 15 to 20 minute at a time. Not only have I used it while watching TV or stretching out after a workout, but It actually worked perfect in the tanning bed too. 


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This product was provided to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. 
All opinions are 100% my own.





Caution:This product is not a medical device and is not used to cure, treat, or prevent any disease.





9 comments

  1. That's a pretty interesting device. I'm going to show it to the hubster as he has been experiencing some upper back/shoulder pain from sitting at his desk too long. Thank you for sharing the info on this! Hugs!

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  2. Very interesting - I will be interested to hear if it relieves your symptoms! Annster's Domain

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  3. I've never heard of a ladybug biting anyone. As kids, we used to pick them up and they would crawl all over us and were harmless. Nowadays, they have the Asian ladybugs, and I wonder if that's the one that bit you?

    This cervical pillow looks comfortable and just what I need right now. It sounds great, especially when we have stress or tension.

    Wishing you wonderful May days.

    ~Sheri

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  4. I'm so glad you found some relief. I'm sorry you have to deal with neck and back pain but at least there is something to help give you some comfort.

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  5. Sure glad that you have found something to help with the pain.

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  6. Finding relief is a blessing. As I have heard, 'What ever floats your boat!' Thanks goodness I do not need such a device, but if I was having the pain you bet I would give it a try.
    Beautiful day over here.
    Sherry & jack

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  7. the pillow is a godsend giving you welcome relief.

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  8. Eleven years ago l was diagnosed with Cervical Spondyosis...
    Or Arthritis for the common lot..! :).
    In the neck, of all places..So l started off with various
    injections, acupuncture, various creams, and of course
    various medication over the years..at this moment in time,
    l take couple tablets, and vitamin D, and Paracetamol..
    The creams l use are quite unusual..Uddermint, used on cows
    udders before milking, and the usual Deep Heat, Devils Claw,
    and Tiger Balm..HeHe! Do they work...NO! Do the tablets work..
    NO! The neck is the worst place to have arthritis..it's not life
    threat'in, though if l should faint, fall down, experience 'funny'
    turns, then that could be a different story..

    I can honestly say, l have tried ALL there is to try, regarding
    my problem, l live with it..and that's about it..it's not nice
    to experience, but there it is...I have looked into it myself,
    and tried new and different things, and, that's about the best
    thing to do..find summat that suits you, that helps to overcome
    the problem of back pain, after all, we are ALL different...!

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  9. Looks interesting! Thats great that it helped you. My mom has some stinosis in her back and has been looking for relief. I use a knee pillow to align my spine and back while I sleep.
    Have a great day Lisa
    jess xx
    www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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