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Scott Zack all set for Autorama Detroit

Local business owner Scott Zack gets set for America’s greatest hot rod show as Autorama arrives in Detroit.

Part of the 2020 show season and the 68th annual Autorama, America’s greatest hot rod show, presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts, arrives in Detroit, Michigan, this weekend. A local business owner and hot rod fan, Scott Zack is all set for Autorama Detroit, hosted by MHRA – the Michigan Hot Rod Association.

“Autorama promises amazing, customized hot rods, each judged according to specific categories,” explains Zack, a Detroit-based entrepreneur and Oakland County resident. Prizes, he says, are awarded to only the very best hot rods and their owners. “Only the most passionate and thorough owners, and downright impressive hot rods, can expect to take home a prize!” adds the local business owner and hot rod fan.

Among these, he says, is the Don Ridler Memorial Award – the Detroit Autorama’s highest honor. “Created in 1964, the Don Ridler Memorial Award honors the memory of the show’s first promoter and the man who really got the show off the ground, ultimately helping to create the legacy that the event now enjoys,” Zack explains.

Given annually to just one exceptional vehicle that falls under a strict ‘never shown before’ rule, those who win the Don Ridler Memorial Award become members of a very elite group, according to Scott Zack.

Autorama Detroit 2020 will be held at Detroit’s TCF Center, formerly known as Cobo Hall and Cobo Center. A convention center in downtown Detroit, owned by the Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority, the TCF Center is located at 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226. “The facility was originally named,” local business owner Scott Zack reveals, “after former Mayor of Detroit – Albert Cobo.”

Autorama arrives in Detroit this weekend, having already taken place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Kansas City, Missouri; Indianapolis, Indiana; and elsewhere during January and February of this year.

Part of the Autorama 2020 show season, hosted by the Michigan Hot Rod Association, produced by Championship Auto Shows, sponsored by Meguiar’s, and presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts, Autorama Detroit 2020 kicks off on Friday, February 28. “The event concludes,” adds Scott Zack, wrapping up, “on Sunday, March 1, before arriving ready for the following weekend in Chicago, Illinois, on Friday, March 6.”

To find out more about Autorama Detroit, including ticket information, guest appearances, features and specials, parking, and directions, head to https://autorama.com/attend/detroit/.

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Scott Zack shares some of Detroit’s best attractions

Local businessman Scott Zack shares a selection of his favorite attractions to be found in the midwestern state of Michigan’s largest city.

 

From the Henry Ford Museum to Cliff Bell’s Jazz Club, successful Detroit business owner Scott Zack shares a number of must-visit attractions found in the midwestern state of Michigan’s largest city, nicknamed ‘Motor City’ for its ties to the auto industry, and the birthplace of chart-topping Motown Records.

 

“From world-class architecture and museums to sites of great historical importance and numerous beautiful public spaces, Detroit is home to an array of must-visit spots for anyone taking a trip to the city,” suggests Zack, a popular business owner from the Detroit metropolitan area. 

 

Nicknamed ‘Motor City’ for its ties to the auto industry, and the birthplace of chart-topping Motown Records, local business owner Scott Zack begins by highlighting, of course, the Henry Ford Museum and the Motown Museum. “You simply cannot visit Motor City without learning about the industry that gave Detroit its nickname,” suggests Zack, “and, equally, the fascinating story behind world-famous Motown Records.” 

 

The Henry Ford Museum, in Dearborn, just outside of the city, occupies more than 250 acres and is home to over 25 million artifacts, according to Zack. “Set inside its first and main building, meanwhile, Motown Records’ Motown Museum is another must-visit Detroit attraction,” adds the local businessman, “where the museum’s passionate guides will explain the story behind one of the most famous record labels of all time.” 

 

Zack is similarly keen to sing the praises of the Guardian Building, one of the most exquisite Art Deco skyscrapers, he says, in the U.S., and now a National Historic Landmark. “There’s also the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, a repurposed auto dealership, today a contemporary visual, literary, music, and performing arts hub,” he adds, “with a ‘pay what you can’ policy on admission.” 

 

Next, Zack recommends a visit to the GM Renaissance Center, the seven towers of which largely dominate the downtown Detroit skyline. “Originally built by Ford, the GM Renaissance Center became the headquarters of GM in the mid-1990s,” he explains, “and is now home to an abundance of restaurants, hotels, shops, complimentary tours, and other year-round attractions.”

 

Directly outside the GM Renaissance Center, Scott Zack also recommends taking in the Detroit Riverwalk, which boasts pavilions, plazas, and parks to enjoy, and is said to be the perfect place to soak up mostly uninterrupted views of the city. 

 

“Furthermore, I’d recommend the Detroit Historical Society’s free-to-enter museum, too,” he adds, wrapping up, “plus Cliff Bell’s Jazz Club; the ideal place to grab a drink, a bite to eat, and to take in some of the legendary jazz club’s live music after a long day spent exploring Detroit.”

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Scott Zack shares some of Detroit’s best attractions

Local businessman Scott Zack shares a selection of his favorite attractions to be found in the midwestern state of Michigan’s largest city.

 

From the Henry Ford Museum to Cliff Bell’s Jazz Club, successful Detroit business owner Scott Zack shares a number of must-visit attractions found in the midwestern state of Michigan’s largest city, nicknamed ‘Motor City’ for its ties to the auto industry, and the birthplace of chart-topping Motown Records.

 

“From world-class architecture and museums to sites of great historical importance and numerous beautiful public spaces, Detroit is home to an array of must-visit spots for anyone taking a trip to the city,” suggests Zack, a popular business owner from the Detroit metropolitan area. 

 

Nicknamed ‘Motor City’ for its ties to the auto industry, and the birthplace of chart-topping Motown Records, local business owner Scott Zack begins by highlighting, of course, the Henry Ford Museum and the Motown Museum. “You simply cannot visit Motor City without learning about the industry that gave Detroit its nickname,” suggests Zack, “and, equally, the fascinating story behind world-famous Motown Records.” 

 

The Henry Ford Museum, in Dearborn, just outside of the city, occupies more than 250 acres and is home to over 25 million artifacts, according to Zack. “Set inside its first and main building, meanwhile, Motown Records’ Motown Museum is another must-visit Detroit attraction,” adds the local businessman, “where the museum’s passionate guides will explain the story behind one of the most famous record labels of all time.” 

 

Zack is similarly keen to sing the praises of the Guardian Building, one of the most exquisite Art Deco skyscrapers, he says, in the U.S., and now a National Historic Landmark. “There’s also the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, a repurposed auto dealership, today a contemporary visual, literary, music, and performing arts hub,” he adds, “with a ‘pay what you can’ policy on admission.” 

 

Next, Zack recommends a visit to the GM Renaissance Center, the seven towers of which largely dominate the downtown Detroit skyline. “Originally built by Ford, the GM Renaissance Center became the headquarters of GM in the mid-1990s,” he explains, “and is now home to an abundance of restaurants, hotels, shops, complimentary tours, and other year-round attractions.”

 

Directly outside the GM Renaissance Center, Scott Zack also recommends taking in the Detroit Riverwalk, which boasts pavilions, plazas, and parks to enjoy, and is said to be the perfect place to soak up mostly uninterrupted views of the city. 

 

“Furthermore, I’d recommend the Detroit Historical Society’s free-to-enter museum, too,” he adds, wrapping up, “plus Cliff Bell’s Jazz Club; the ideal place to grab a drink, a bite to eat, and to take in some of the legendary jazz club’s live music after a long day spent exploring Detroit.”

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Dr. Scott Zack Marks Another Successful Year in Chiropractics

Chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack, from West Bloomfield, Michigan, wraps up another successful year in the profession.

Over the course of this year, Michigan-based chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack, from the Detroit metropolitan area charter township of West Bloomfield in Oakland County, has spoken at length about the benefits of chiropractic care, the latest research surrounding chiropractics, key chiropractic qualifications and training, and much more. Wrapping up 2019, Dr. Zack reflects on another successful year in the profession centered around the diagnosis and successful treatment of mechanical disorders of the body’s musculoskeletal system.

In addition to covering chiropractic care benefits, the latest research into the profession, and key chiropractic qualifications, this year, Dr. Scott Zack has also explained the chiropractic referral process, uncovered ties between chiropractic care and improved sleep, and reflected on rapid growth in the chiropractic care market.

In March, Dr. Zack uncovered the rapid growth forecast for the U.S. chiropractic care market – something which he would again later turn to in discussing plans to include chiropractic treatment under the military’s TRICARE program.

Also earlier this year, in September, Dr. Zack counted down to National Chiropractic Month, held annually in October. Supporting Medicare equality, educating the public, and prompting those in need of help to make an appointment with a chiropractor, according to the initiative’s organizers, National Chiropractic Month is also important as it benefits the U.S. economy. “Back and neck pain episodes in America result in as much as a $100 billion drain on the economy every year currently, mostly due to costs associated with reduced productivity and lost wages,” said Dr. Zack at the time.

Since then, Dr. Scott Zack has gone on to outline a new bill set to revolutionize chiropractic Medicare coverage, has explored an AMA study into the efficacy of chiropractic care, examined the latest AJMC report on access to chiropractic medicine, and further explored the Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act of 2019.

From his office in the Oakland County charter township of West Bloomfield, Michigan, situated within the Detroit metropolitan area, Dr. Scott Zack has also looked, in detail, into the aforementioned potential plans to include chiropractic treatment under the military’s TRICARE program, often considered the gold standard for medical coverage.

“It’s been another successful year,” adds Dr. Zack, wrapping up, “both for myself and for the chiropractic profession in the U.S. as a whole, and I look forward to what’s to come during 2020 and beyond.”

Dr. Scott Zack Puts Forward Three Tips For Maximized Health In 2020

Michigan-based chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack outlines three tips for better health as New Year approaches.

With 2020 now fast on the approach, there’s never been a better time to consider maximizing your health, according to chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack. A successful primary care provider and chiropractor based in West Bloomfield, Michigan, Dr. Zack puts forward a trio of tips for better health over the course of the next 12 months.

“As New Year approaches, it’s important that we all take a step back and consider what we could be doing in 2020 to maximize our health,” suggests chiropractor Dr. Zack, who’s based in the Oakland County charter township of West Bloomfield, Michigan, situated within the Detroit metropolitan area.

In order to simplify matters, the popular chiropractor has this month shared three tips for better health during 2020. These, according to Dr. Zack, surround improved posture, improved nutrition, and seeking a more active lifestyle.

“By correcting or improving our postures, eating a healthier diet, and pursuing a more active lifestyle, we can all bolster our health and fitness levels over the course of the next 12 months,” Dr. Zack explains. These three simple steps alone, he says, are capable of improving central nervous system function — something which is not only central to Dr. Zack’s field of chiropractic care but also pivotal in improving overall health and wellness in all aspects of life. “What’s more,” he adds, “they’re all extremely easy to implement.”

First, Dr. Scott Zack turns to improved posture. “Proper posture is key to a healthy, active life,” suggests the expert. “Correct posture and alignment of the spine are closely linked to central nervous system function,” he explains, “which, of course, is essential for overall health and wellness.”

Whether an individual wishes to seek the guidance of a chiropractor in improving their posture or simply make a commitment to doing so by themselves on a day-to-day basis, Dr. Zack believes that this is among the very best ways to kickstart a healthier way of life.

Next, the chiropractor addresses diet. “Second to improved posture, improved nutrition is vital for continued good health,” explains Dr. Zack.

Whether it’s a switch to organic ingredients, a move toward a more plant-based diet, or a decision to cut out dairy, sugar, or starchy carbohydrates, it’s essential to ensure proper nutrition when looking to achieve maximized health, according to Dr. Scott Zack. “Cut out processed foods and switch to fruits, vegetables, and a source of healthy protein while limiting sugar and fat intake, and the difference should be noticeable almost immediately,” adds the expert, “from clearer skin to increased energy levels and much more besides.”

Finally, Dr. Zack turns briefly to exercise and activity. “Staying active is essential in maximizing health,” says the primary care provider and chiropractor. Whether an individual chooses to hit the gym each day, join a yoga class, take up swimming, or simply embrace regular walking or jogging, a degree of regular, daily movement is, he suggests, vital. Accordingly, Dr. Zack recommends aiming to exercise or be active for at least 30 minutes each day.

“As 2019 comes to a close, by adopting a healthier diet, embracing regular exercise, and making a commitment to maintaining better posture, we can, I believe,” adds Dr. Scott Zack, wrapping up, “all enjoy a happier, healthier, and more active 2020 and beyond.”

Dr. Scott Zack Outlines Role of Chiropractic Care in Professional Sports

Chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack, from Michigan, explains the importance of chiropractic care in the world of sports.

With chiropractic adjustment able to be tailored toward everything from general exercise aches and pains to more serious and long-standing conditions suffered by multi-award-winning athletes, Michigan-based chiropractor and primary care provider Dr. Scott Zack offers a closer expert look at the role of chiropractic medicine in professional sports.

“Anyone who regularly plays sports can likely benefit from periodic chiropractic care,” explains Dr. Zack, a seasoned primary care provider and highly skilled chiropractor from the Oakland County charter township of West Bloomfield, Michigan, situated within the Detroit metropolitan area.

Further to those who play sports for leisure or fitness purposes, it’s professional sportsmen and women, however, according to the expert chiropractor, who can benefit most. “Chiropractic care has come to be known as ‘the athlete’s secret weapon’ and similar, particularly in recent years,” reveals Dr. Scott Zack.

Perhaps the biggest nod to the efficacy of chiropractic care in professional sports came back in 1980 when the first-ever chiropractor was added to the roster of the United States Olympic medical team. In the almost four decades since, the practice has become a more and more important aspect of sports medical teams both in the U.S. and overseas, with athletes across the board now fully realizing the long-term benefits of the chiropractic process.

While chiropractic care is widely demonstrated to help with the pain and discomfort often typical among professional sportspersons, routine visits to a chiropractor are, Dr. Scott Zack says, also key to staying fit and healthy more generally. “Anyone with any sort of exercise regimen should consider making periodic visits to an experienced and qualified chiropractor,” he suggests.

Similarly, for those who are less mobile, or wish to begin an exercise regimen or make an entry into one or more forms of sporting activity, chiropractic care can help them on their way, according to Dr. Zack.

Dr. Scott Zack has previously spoken at length on topics ranging from the Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act of 2019 and the nationwide move toward multidisciplinary medicine, to exploring AJMC reports on access to chiropractic care and the ties between chiropractic care and improved sleep.

“Whether an individual is an athlete or simply someone who enjoys an active lifestyle, following an injury or when experiencing discomfort, a skilled chiropractor will have them back on their feet in no time,” he adds, wrapping up, “and will help to keep them there in the long term.”

Dr. Scott Zack Shares Some of the Biggest Takeaways From This Year’s National Chiropractic Health Month

Michigan-based Dr. Scott Zack, a successful chiropractor and primary care provider from Oakland County, highlights his main takeaways from National Chiropractic Health Month 2019.

As October, and thus National Chiropractic Health Month, comes to an end, Dr. Scott Zack, a successful chiropractor from West Bloomfield, Michigan, says we should all try to take something away from the annual awareness initiative. Here, Dr. Zack highlights what he believes should be the three main takeaways from National Chiropractic Health Month 2019.

“We should, as a nation, all be as well informed as possible on back injury prevention,” suggests Dr. Zack, a popular and successful chiropractor and primary care provider from the Oakland County charter township of West Bloomfield, Michigan, “something which is central to National Chiropractic Health Month each year.”

As well as remaining knowledgeable on back injury prevention, particularly as a person ages, Dr. Zack says it’s also advisable to look into back strengthening tips, particularly if an individual is a regular gym-goer. “Even if a person doesn’t regularly attend a gym, they must still be aware of how best to prevent a back injury,” he adds, “as well as how to maintain strength in their back, long-term, through light exercise and even routine, day-to-day activities.”

“Sharing back injury prevention and strengthening tips,” Dr. Zack continues, “in addition to information on the value of a conservative approach to back pain treatment, have been three of the main takeaways from National Chiropractic Health Month for the last two or three years.”

Back pain, the primary care provider explains, remains one of the most prevalent and disabling conditions in the world. “It remains one of the most common reasons for patients to visit their doctors,” says Dr. Zack, “and, more worryingly still, one of the most common conditions for which opioid pain medications are routinely prescribed.”

With education, however, and aided by awareness initiatives such as National Chiropractic Health Month, Michigan-based chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack hopes to see a change. “The abuse and overuse of prescription opioid painkillers remains a leading public health problem in the United States, largely tied to back pain and associated conditions,” he explains.

Further to educating the public on back, neck, and spine health, Dr. Scott Zack is also keen to stress the efficacy of chiropractic care, especially in dealing with back pain. “A drug-free alternative to potentially very dangerous opioid medications, it’s easy to understand why more and more people are turning to chiropractic medicine,” he adds.

Prevention is, he says, also a key component of a conservative approach to back pain treatment, as highlighted by National Chiropractic Health Month 2019.

“Accordingly, it’s vital that we continue to stress the importance of injury prevention and overall wellness in maintaining spinal health for a lifetime,” adds Dr. Zack, speaking from his office in West Bloomfield, Michigan, wrapping up.

Dr. Scott Zack Looks at Potential Plans to Include Chiropractic Treatment Under Military’s TRICARE Program

Primary care provider and chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack, from Michigan, explores possible updated TRICARE program coverage terms currently understood to be in the pipeline.

With officials for the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Air Force Defense Health Agency understood to be preparing to unveil new coverage terms for TRICARE, potentially including chiropractic treatment and acupuncture, in coming months, Dr. Scott Zack, an experienced chiropractor from Michigan, provides a closer look at the news and what it means for military personnel, military retirees, and their dependents.

“New TRICARE coverage terms are expected to be proposed early next year,” reveals Dr. Zack, a chiropractor and primary care provider from the Oakland County charter township of West Bloomfield, Michigan, “according to news from Military.com, the largest online military and veteran membership organization in the world with more than 10 million members.”

TRICARE, previously known as CHAMPUS, or the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services, is a health care program and part of the United States Department of Defense Military Health System. The program provides civilian health benefits for U.S Armed Forces military personnel and their dependents, including some members of the Reserve Component, as well as military retirees and their respective dependents.

The Defense Health Agency, Dr. Zack goes on to explain, has offered a comment period for the planned coverage terms change proposal. “The full extent of the planned changes remains unknown,” says the primary care provider, “although it’s understood that the new coverage terms for TRICARE will include chiropractic treatment and acupuncture.”

There may, however, Dr. Scott Zack suggests, be a number of limitations. “The coverage, it’s thought, may limit new treatment to what Military.com reveals has been outlined as, for example, ‘chiropractic care for certain types of pain,’ or ‘acupuncture for oncologic-related nausea,'” he adds. “The changes,” the chiropractor continues, “again, according to Military.com, must also be ‘proven safe and effective,’ which, of course, is entirely understandable and should have no implication upon chiropractic treatment being included under any new TRICARE coverage terms.”

Reports previously carried out by the online military and veteran membership organization, as well as a Defense Department assessment, have already demonstrated the efficacy of chiropractic care in mitigating lower back pain and, as a result, improving fitness among service members, according to Dr. Scott Zack. “One such report noted that chiropractic treatment could improve ‘key fitness characteristics among active-duty service members with lower back pain and could lead to improved military readiness,'” reveals the Michigan-based chiropractor.

Early estimates suggest that the proposed additional coverage could cost TRICARE as much as $70 million each year. Any finalized estimate or amount would be published via the Federal Register, responsible for documenting government rule changes, well ahead of the updates coming into place.

“As it stands, any changes to coverage terms will likely be in effect by late 2021 or very early 2022,” adds Dr. Scott Zack, wrapping up.

Dr. Scott Zack Explores Nationwide Move Toward Multidisciplinary Medicine

Michigan Chiropractor and Primary Care Provider Dr. Scott Zack Marks National Chiropractic Health Month, Held Annually Each October in the United States

As the American Chiropractic Association and chiropractors across the nation mark National Chiropractic Health Month, encouraging the public to improve their musculoskeletal health, Dr. Scott Zack, an experienced chiropractor and primary care provider from Michigan, offers an expert look at this year’s campaign.

“Titled ‘Strength. Stability. Success.’ and designed to promote taking steps to better musculoskeletal health during National Chiropractic Health Month 2019, this year’s campaign kicked off on Tuesday, October 1, and will conclude at the end of the month,” explains Dr. Zack, a respected chiropractor based in the Oakland County charter township of West Bloomfield, situated within the Detroit metropolitan area of Michigan.

According to Dr. Scott Zack, when the body’s musculoskeletal system functions well, people feel stronger and healthier. “When we fail to maintain good musculoskeletal health, however, there’s a risk of serious pain and, potentially, even disability,” he adds.

Common musculoskeletal conditions include back, neck, and joint pain, as well as arthritis and osteoporosis. Worryingly, Dr. Zack suggests that upwards of half of all adults will report experiencing a musculoskeletal condition during their lifetime. “Musculoskeletal conditions are the most commonly reported medical ailments in the United States among those under age 65,” he reveals, “and the second most common among those age 65 and older.”

Globally, meanwhile, low back pain is understood to be the leading cause of disability worldwide, according to the expert. National Chiropractic Health Month is, therefore, he says, essential in promoting better musculoskeletal health across the United States.

“Chiropractors are able to help the public to both improve their musculoskeletal health as well as relieving existing conditions such as low back pain,” explains Dr. Scott Zack. What’s more, chiropractors do so, he says, naturally, enabling people to avoid or limit the possible need for surgery or potentially dangerous and highly addictive prescription drugs, such as opioid pain medications.

National Chiropractic Health Month’s 2019 campaign-Strength. Stability. Success.-promotes a number of steps to improve the strength of the musculoskeletal system. These include moving more, eating a balanced diet, spending time outdoors, doing weight-bearing exercises, staying hydrated, quitting smoking, and getting adequate rest.

“This month, why not set yourself up for a stable future by taking steps to improve the health and strength of your musculoskeletal system?” adds Dr. Scott Zack, commenting from his office in Oakland County, Michigan, wrapping up.

Chiropractor Scott Zack Explains how to Choose the Perfect Pillow

Dr. Scott Zack, a popular chiropractor from Michigan, explains how to choose the right pillow for a perfect night’s sleep

A popular chiropractor from the Detroit metropolitan area of Michigan, Dr. Scott Zack is often asked how to choose the best pillow for a good, healthy night’s sleep as a professional centered on spinal health and the body’s musculoskeletal system. From firmness and the optimum number of pillows to use, to considering a custom-made or unconventionally shaped option, Dr. Zack weighs in on how to select the perfect pillow.

“For starters, thickness and firmness are both very important,” explains Dr. Scott Zack. Too soft, he says, and support will be lacking. Too firm, however, and a pillow can be equally problematic, according to the Michigan-based chiropractor.

“As such, it’s important to choose a pillow which suits you personally and provides the correct amount of support for your sleeping style,” suggests the expert.

To do so, Dr. Scott Zack advises finding a pillow which provides both comfort and support. “Aim for your head to be around three inches above the top of your spine in your preferred sleeping position,” he adds.

Next, Dr. Zack moves on to the optimum number of pillows to use. “Often, I’m asked, ‘How many pillows should I sleep with?'” reveals the chiropractor.

It’s an important question, he says, as too many or too few pillows can lead to spine misalignment which, in turn, can cause pain and other problems. “Controversially for many, the correct number of pillows to sleep with is often just one,” remarks Dr. Scott Zack.

When considering the above, and in seeking to position your head only around three inches above the top of your spine, one pillow is usually adequate, according to the expert. “Two or more and you risk compromising the natural curve of your spine, causing tension in your neck, and potentially leading to problems in the future,” adds Dr. Scott Zack.

Where an individual is struggling to find the correct pillow in the sea of off-the-shelf products on offer at Target, Costco, Bed Bath & Beyond, Wayfair, West Elm, and elsewhere, Dr. Zack also suggests considering a more specialist chiropractic or custom-made pillow.

Custom-made pillows, he says, are available to order online from around $80.

“You may also want to consider an off-the-shelf V-shaped pillow, for example, which will reinforce the natural curve of your spine to hopefully promote a healthier and more restful night’s sleep,” adds Michigan-based chiropractor Dr. Scott Zack, wrapping up.