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Tips to Finding the Most Comfortable Mattress

Tips to Finding the Most Comfortable Mattress

November 9, 2018

When you are buying a mattress, comfort is your number one priority. But comfort is a subjective thing. How do you decide which kind of mattress will provide the most comfort for your individual needs in mine?


What is Your Comfort Criteria?

You will first want to nail down your personal comfort criteria before you do anything else. Are you a side sleeper or back sleeper? Do you prefer a soft, medium, or firm mattress? How much support do you need? Once you decide on your personal comfort preferences, you can look further to the type of mattress that is best for your needs.


What Have You Been Living With?

Comfort is a highly subjective thing. What is comfortable for one person is too firm or too soft for another. When choosing the best mattress for your comfort level, you will want to start with your current mattress and what you are used to. When you sit down on the mattress you currently use, does it give or does it remain relatively stiff? This should give you an indication of what you are used to. Then consider whether your current mattress fulfills your needed comfort requirements.


Firmness Does Not Mean Support

Many people think that a firm mattress gives the most support but this is not necessarily true. Support is how well the mattress keeps your spine in alignment without creating pressure points. Your mattress can be soft or firm and still provide great support.

Innerspring Mattresses

Innerspring mattresses can be good for the sleeper who prefers a more firm surface with a springy feel. Innerspring mattresses rely upon coil count. A high count can make a mattress firmer. You also want to know how your mattress responds to motion transfer, particularly if you share your bed with someone. For durability, you will want to look for an innerspring mattress with coils that are made of tempered steel.


Latex Foam Mattresses

Latex foam mattresses come in both natural varieties as well as synthetic. Latex mattresses can lend a firm to medium comfort experience, with faster response, less hug, and more bounce than a memory foam mattress. Consequently, you will not get the same body contour capability with a latex mattress as you will with a memory foam mattress. Because latex repels dust mites and other allergens, they are often chosen by people who suffer from allergies. Latex mattresses generally get good comfort reviews but typically come at a higher price point.


Memory Foam Mattresses

Today, memory foam mattresses are a popular choice among consumers, not only from a comfort perspective but also a cost and ease perspective.

They offer a body contouring capability and yet have great support in quality models. Memory foam mattresses offer a variety of firmness with superb support. They are also hypoallergenic and can be the best choice for motion transfer. Old memory foams could be hot but new improved memory foam technology allows for adequate air circulation while offering the pressure point relief and support that they are known for.

If you are looking for the most comfort available in memory foam mattress technology, try the Snuz Mattress risk free!



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