Cervical Pillows Gaining Demand As Restlessness Sinks into Urban World

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Cervical Pillows Market

The consistent rise of several emerging economies and continued prosperity of a number of developed countries have led to major expansion of urban population across the world, and as a result – sedentary lifestyle is sinking in. Orthopedic disorders are now more prevalent than ever before and cervical problems are mounting. Thankfully, urban populations are also aware of the option of cervical pillow, which can adequate nurse the neck over the night and leaves a fresh feeling in the morning. Escalating percentage of geriatrics in the world’s population is another driver of this market.

According to the findings of a recent business intelligence study by TMR Research, the demand in the global cervical pillows market will expand at a formidable CAGR during the forecast period of 2017 to 2025. The report, titled “Cervical Pillows Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” is a commerce study developed by healthcare market research professionals in collaboration with consumer product manufacturing analysts.

The report provides in-depth analysis of all factors that will support or curtail the demand in the cervical pillows market in the near future and evaluates the potential of demand of various smaller segments as well as regions and countries. Finishing off a complete business report, this study also contains a featured chapter on the competition matrix within the key companies operating in the global cervical pillows market.

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Based on product type, the cervical pillows market can be segmented into side pillows, neck pillows, cervical rolls, cradle pillows, and basic cervical pillows. On the basis of material type, the market can be bifurcated into fiber filled, foam, gas filled, memory foam, gel filled, and water filled. Application-wise, the market can be categorized into temporomandibular disorders, trauma based whiplash recovery, and cervical spondylosis.

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