In need of better sleep? This super-soft £10 pillow could be the answer

This £10 pillow is easy to wash and super soft (Getty Images)

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We dream of our head hitting the pillow during a long day at work or while on the bus home from drinks with friends. It’s one of life’s simplest pleasures.

Not only that, getting a good night’s sleep is important for our mind, our body and even our skin, as recent research has found.

Sleep quality has also been linked to degenerative diseases later on in life.

Which is why we are so disappointed when one of our bedroom cushions has gone bobbly, is too hard or just uncomfortable in some way or another.

We deserve better than a sub-par pillow, and John Lewis agrees.

The trusty high street brand have created a pillow to combat your nighttime woes - the Synthetic Soft Touch Washable Standard Pillow: it’s super soft, easy to wash and is filled with bouncy polyester mini ball clusters so is ideal for anyone who suffers with allergies.

Oh, and it’s only £10.

Buy it: Synthetic Soft Touch Washable Standard Pillow | £10 from John Lewis & Partners

A brilliant option for those who sleep on their back or side, the pillow - which has garnered quite a fanbase online - helps keep your spine aligned for a comfortable and undisturbed night's sleep.

And this is no one-trick pony either. The composition of the polyester balls means that the pillow won’t sag and will simply bounce back after being washed.

The majority of the 280 reviews online are equally as emphatic as us.

“I must have bought hundreds of pillows in my time. This one is high and full of bounce. Can't imagine it would ever sag like all others I have bought from other suppliers,” one well-rested shopper commented.

While another kept it short and simple: “I genuinely sleep better since buying this pillow.”

Who knew that a lifetime ticket to Nodsville could cost just £10? All aboard!

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