How to buy a bed: firm mattress vs soft mattress?

How to buy a bed: firm mattress vs soft mattress?

How to buy a bed: firm mattress vs soft mattress?

 
When you’re choosing a new mattress there’s a range of questions that you’re likely to ask yourself – is it better to have a firm or a soft mattress? Is a soft mattress supportive enough?
 
When you choose a SleepMaker mattress, regardless of whether you choose a firm or soft comfort level, you can rest easy in the knowledge that your body is going to be fully supported. In this article we explain how.

Tips on how to assess mattress comfort
You may have heard mixed reviews on whether you should sleep on a firm or a soft mattress. The reality is that it does come down to personal preference, but there are some important factors you should consider when deciding what’s best for you.
 
Consider your body type
It makes sense that the support a jockey needs at night in bed is different to the support a Wallabies player needs. So consider your size and which points of your body feel the most pressure when you lay down (do you have broad hips or shoulders?). The SleepMaker Sleep Selector can help provide a bed match to give you support that suits your body type.
 
When you test a mattress, lay in your usual sleep position 
Whether you’re a side, back or tummy sleeper, if you’re test driving a bed, always lie the same way as you would normally sleep at home. Spend 10-15 minutes on each mattress you try to ensure you have the right comfort and support. The aim is to find the mattress that feels naturally comfortable and doesn’t put pressure on any particular points of your body. If you feel pressure on certain points of your body, the mattress is probably too firm
 
Firm isn’t always best
The myth that firm mattresses provide the best back support isn’t true. Again, it’s all about finding the right support for you. This means ensuring there’s no uncomfortable pressure on certain points of your body.
 
Hot sleeper?
If you’re a hot sleeper, it may be best to opt for a firmer mattress. Soft mattresses allow your body to sink into the mattress further, reducing the amount of airflow. People who tend to get hot at night will benefit more from a firmer mattress as their body will be up higher and have more air circulating around it.
 
SleepMaker Comfort and Support Layer technology
SleepMaker mattresses offer a wide range of comfort and support layer technologies that allow you to choose your mattress according to your personal sleeping preferences (firm, soft or a level in-between). You can sleep well knowing that you’ll still be giving your body the support it needs.
 
Technology unique to SleepMaker
We’ve developed a range of advanced technologies to ensure your body is supported and your sleep is restorative.
The Comfort Layer in all SleepMaker mattresses is premium Australian made Dunlop Foam, delivering excellent support, pure comfort and ultimate durability.
The high quality Support Layer of our mattresses enhances the pressure relieving properties of the comfort layers, as it contours to the body to help achieve natural spinal alignment.
So when you choose a SleepMaker mattress, get as comfy as you like. We’ve got your support covered. 
 

References
https://www.sleepmaker.com.au/  
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