i got one of these a couple months ago and while I hella hate Amazon... I'm poor and couldn't find anything like it locally.
I'm pretty into it, I dont use it every night because I'm trying to train my back to let me sleep without much of a pillow, but my curve is pretty annoying and is connected to my hip posture so the wedge shape with the neck cutout has been great, especially for stretching even if I don't fall asleep on it
I frequently had neck pain and one day decided to get a good pillow. The one below works no matter what type of sleeper you are.
It was an awesome addition and I’m so happy I went with it!
I use a cervical pillow, with higher sides and a dip in the middle. I think it's this one, but my boyfriend gifted it to me so I'm not 100%: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BKVG42X/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_944RM2P91P41XFX2SGQD
I don't feel like it makes a difference when I use it, but I used a regular pillow for a few days and had a tension headache Every. Single. Morning. So clearly it's helping! They make some with sides that curve in like wings so you can tuck your arms under, and I might upgrade to one of those eventually because I mostly sleep on my side.
I bought a similar pillow a long while ago, in the days before sciatica set in. I had bungled up my shoulder/upper back, and bought a number of "great for every sleeper" pillows since I tend to end up on my side/stomach. But lately I feel like my head rolls too much, so I've been interested in getting the one like you have. It's probably time to replace it.
The pillow I bought: https://www.amazon.com/EPABO-Orthopedic-Sleeping-Ergonomic-Cervical/dp/B07BKVG42X
I go back and forth between on my back and side, but I feel your pain on being broad shouldered. My favored pillow for when my back is acting up is an almost 5" thick cervical pillow. It's dipped in the middle for back sleeping, but the sides are broad enough to support my neck/head when side-sleeping.
Not the exact model I use but similar:https://www.amazon.com/EPABO-Orthopedic-Sleeping-Ergonomic-Cervical/dp/B07BKVG42X/
EPABO Contour Memory Foam Pillow Orthopedic Sleeping Pillows, Ergonomic Cervical Pillow for Neck Pain - for Side Sleepers, Back and Stomach Sleepers, Free Pillowcase Included (Firm & Queen https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BKVG42X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_oVhfFbSJNDYVG I used to wake up basically everyday with neck pain which would then trigger my migraines. After getting this I haven’t woke up with neck pain once! Of course I still get migraines but I don’t wake up with them anymore which is really nice. The pillow is really firm so it’s an adjustment at first but I love it now!!
office/kitchen chair, I have a set of Everlasting Comfort seat/back cushion that's been great: https://www.everlastingcomfort.net/products/seat-cushion-back-cushion-gel-infused
I gave up on my recliner, haven't really sat in it for ~2 years. It's either the floor or the above mentioned kitchen chair.
I don't have a travel pillow, when I was flying and in pain , I tried to plan my flights so no leg was longer than 2-3h. Driving we just stop about as often.
Sleeping, I have an Epabo pillow for when I was having shoulder pain, and a generic half-moon bolster for under either my back/knees as needed. We also have a memory foam bed.
It didn’t cause any hunching afaict.
Are you a side sleeper, stomach, or back sleeper?
https://www.sleeplikethedead.com/ is a good resource, but I'm a side sleeper and really like this one. Might be an acquired taste though
I am a side sleeper with bad neck pain, so I found this on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BKVG42X/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
It has been super comfortable and has helped significantly with my neck pain. It much more dense than a traditional memory foam pillow and there are various heights to it, depending on how you sleep.