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    Types of bedding
    DaisyTK posted:
    Give me my warm comfey waterbed anytime! With the fibro and even the arthritis in my hips, I wake up feeling great. I keep the room cold in the winter and cool as can be affordable at night.
    My favorite pillow is a rather flat harder pillow that lets my neck do what it's suppose to for comfort along with the water bed.
    I use 2 pillows, one for sleep the other to support my left shooulder.
    I love! soft cotton sheets, but they are getting hard to find at the thrift shops!
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Daisy and welcome here,

    My ex always preferred a waterbed and said it helped his own back. (Quite the opposite for me.) Glad you found something that really suits your needs.

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