If you have come here expecting me to sell you the one best mattress for a back sleeper in this article, you’ll have to look somewhere else. I believe the answer to the question, “what is the best mattress for a back sleeper?” is more complex than providing you a one size fits all answer.Instead, I’ll take you through some facts on back sleeping, exactly what back sleepers need from a mattress, and explain how some of the mattress materials available on the market could work for you. Sure I’ll point you to some of my reviews of mattresses I think would be great for you, but the real aim of this article is to arm you with good information so you can go forward and decide which is the best mattress for YOU.
Many mattress companies would have you believe that their specialized or flagship mattress is the one size fits all solution for everyone’s sleep requirements. But that’s just probably not the case! I’m not here to tell you which one mattress is the absolute best one for you to buy as a side sleeper. Instead, in this article I will help you understand what you need to know in order to choose the best mattress for yourself, as a side sleeper.
What is a bed in a box? It sounds strange doesn’t it! The short answer is, it’s a mattress that comes rolled up in a box, which you then open, let expand, and sleep on!I think it’s name is a play on that classic children’s’ toy: the Jack in a Box, which springs out of its box to give giggly children a surprise. Mattresses in a box tend to pop out of their boxes and start expanding quickly, so that’s why it draws the comparison. Further down the post, you’ll see a fun action video of a mattress expanding.
You Can Fix Mattress Sag With These Three Ideas Are you sleeping in a rut? Feel like you’re going to roll down a hill every time you get into bed? You’ve got a saggy mattress! There are some simple things you can try to fix mattress sag, including something you can try right now. I’ve […]
Is your mattress suddenly sagging? Perhaps you’re not sleeping as well as you used to. Have you considered whether the cause of your problems is the support system your mattress is on? Because the answer to the question “Do box springs wear out?” is a big yes, but it’s not always something we think of when we’re trying to solve our sleep problems or make our beds more comfortable. Here’s everything you need to know about box springs.
Latex mattresses are less common than memory foam, which seem to be exploding absolutely everywhere. Does this automatically mean memory foam is a better mattress? Well, that really is up to you because there are some key differences between the two. I’ll help you to gain confidence in understanding which of these two materials, memory foam or latex, is the right choice for YOU.
Memory foam mattresses are an increasingly popular mattress type for people to buy online. On of the most common “mattress in a box” types, there are a plethora of companies offering you a massive range of memory foam mattresses to buy. It can seem overwhelming knowing where to start with choosing a memory foam mattress. I’ve put together this Memory Foam Mattress Guide to help you understand the most important things about memory foam mattresses to help you make your decision.
This post is all about, all latex mattresses! They are the least common of the bunch, and are outsold by thousands of units by other mattress types. Sure, latex is used a lot in hybrid mattresses, or as a mattress topper. But actual mattresses made just of the stuff? Not so much. Does that mean you should write them off as being no good? Absolutely not. In fact, after researching different mattress materials and how they perform, I think latex mattresses are highly underrated.
I like to know how things work, and what they are made of. I think it helps me understand and appreciate the things I own and use more if I know where they have come from. “What are mattresses made of” is therefore a question that is naturally interesting to me, as the owner of a mattress site! When I began my research on this topic I truly had no idea just how many different materials and different layers you can find inside of a modern mattress.
Once when I was about twelve years old, I marched into my parents’ bedroom and demanded a new mattress. They looked at me sideways and asked skeptically how I knew I needed one. One of its inner springs had actually broken and pierced through the top of the pad, trying to stab me! It was an easy, instant decision. But how do you know when to buy a new mattress if you aren’t in imminent danger of your mattress stabbing you?