How To Choose The Right Mattress For You

Nowadays, there are many mattresses to choose from different manufactures. Sometimes, when we plan to purchase a new one, we tend to look at the price tag before the quality and benefits we can get. If you are satisfied with your current mattress, whether because it is cheaper, you may also want to look for the same. However, if you try to look at the current mattress trend and how far our research and technology go to create the suitable one, you may change your mind.

Manufacturers configure and reconfigure their mattresses to fit the lifestyle and needs of their clients. Therefore, as a buyer, you have the options before purchasing and you have to compare mattress prices.

However, because of the pandemic we are facing today, it is hard to be physically present in a store and feel the mattress. So, below are some guides to help you choose the right mattress for you whether you purchase in-store or online.

If You Want Pressure Relief and Proper Spinal Alignment

Body pressure and spinal misalignment are the common body problems sleepers encounter due to choosing the wrong mattress. An uncomfortable one causes pressure point problems which result in neck, hips, and back pain. If you feel any of these, it may mean you have misaligned bones because of your poor sleeping posture.

Memory foam mattresses may be the best mattress to combat these pressure point problems. Since they are dense and comfortable, they reduce pressure points, therefore, lead to proper sleeping posture. Long-term use may reduce chronic back and neck pain.

If You Are a Hot Sleeper

Not all sleepers can cool down at night. Some are still sweaty and irritated. The materials used to make the mattress may be one of the main factors that cause these problems. Sheets and beddings may also be the culprits.

Memory foam infused with cooling gel is the best mattress for hot sleepers. Memory foam alone may not be ideal for them because its hugging comfort may trap more heat. However, the memory foam infused with cooling gel or airflow technology may help sleepers sleep comfortably and soundly. Cooling gel absorbs and evaporates the heat of the body.

If You Are a Medium to Extra-Heavy Sleeper

In purchasing a mattress, you may also want to consider the weight of the sleepers. Not all of them are ideal for all weight. That is why you must inquire about the maximum weight the mattress can hold before purchasing. If you want one that doesn’t support your weight, you may not experience its health benefits entirely.

The best mattress for medium to extra-heavy sleepers is a mattress with a thickness of 10-inches above. This kind of mattress can support weight greatly because it has a durable base and more layers.

If You Are Environment Conscious

Not all mattresses have the same materials. Some are eco-friendly, while some are not. Nowadays, some manufacturers consider making sustainable and environment-friendly mattresses. Moreover, there are also non-profit organizations, like CertiPUR-US, who certify if one is harmful or not.

Therefore, you may want to consider a mattress that is certified by CertiPUR-US. One like this is certified made without chemicals, environmentally friendly, safe, and reflects the latest science. We may also say that it is non-substandard.


There is no “if you are in a budget” in the guide because technically non-traditional, or “hybrid”, mattresses like memory foam gel mattresses are expensive. They have a high price tag because of the quality and the health benefits you can get. Manufacturers also configure and reconfigure them according to science and research to fit your needs.

Then again, there is no fit-to-all kind of mattress. There are still things to consider when choosing the right mattress for you. Above are just the specific needs and problems sleepers encounter. So, be specific with what you need before you purchase your mattress.


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