This Pillow Will Stop Your Arm From Going Numb During Spooning

Finally, the big spoon will be comfortable.

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Cuddling is a good idea—in theory. Sure, it eases stress and connects you to your partner (opens in new tab), but it takes a bit of shifting to get comfortable. If you’ve ever been the big spoon, you know the dreaded numb arm that comes from the little spoon laying on you. The Coodle Pillow (opens in new tab) is looking to eliminate your snuggling woes.

The Coodle’s arched design takes the weight off the other person’s arm. The big spoon’s arm goes under the pillow, so you can still cuddle in the same position, but you’ll be a lot more comfy. It’s made of “high-quality U.S.-made foam,” according to the website (opens in new tab).

The pillow still comes in handy if you’re relaxing solo. It’s taller and sturdier than most pillows, so you can prop yourself up to watch TV, read, or just so you’re not totally horizontal.

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You’re welcome.

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As the senior editor of social and social news, Caitlyn covers the tastiest, coolest, and strangest products for BestProducts.com, and she is the lead of social strategy for Popular MechanicsRunner's World, and Bicycling Magazine; her work has also appeared in POPSUGAR, InStyleStylecaster, among others. In her free time (if there is such a thing), she’s probably watching reality TV, planning her wedding, or cuddling with her dog, Waffle. She is a Wawa-loving Jersey girl who went to Monmouth University for communication, journalism, and interactive media.