Save My Face pillow

This pillow is said to help side-sleepers reduce the chance of facial wrinkles. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times / August 28, 2012)

Many companies make pillows meant to improve your health, at many prices. Here are some of them, but consumers can certainly shop around.

Acupressure

Halsa pillow, $29.95

Bed of Nails pillow, $24.95 

for $24.95 

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Sinus congestion, allergy

National Allergy for a Healthier You, $5.99 to $26.99

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Anti-acid reflux

There's a wide variety of pillows in a range of prices, including at Make Me Heal, from $44.88 to $199.95

Bedge, $279.95

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Speaker pillows

Some speaker pillows are fairly flat, with room for a speaker underneath. Some come with the speaker inside. In general, the sleep-inducing sounds come from an MP3 device of your choice. Available from Amazon, Radio Shack and many other outlets, starting at about $15.

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Anti-snoring 

Sona Pillow, $49.99

Zzoma, $189.95

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Anti-wrinkle

Cupron pillowcase, $49.95

Save My Face, $43 to $72

—Karen Ravn