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Best Mattress to Buy in 2022

October 02, 2022

Best Mattress to Buy in 2022

A that provides Comfort, Relief, and Spinal Support

You spend a third of your life in bed, and the right mattress is important. M vs. spring, height, and weight your choice, what type of sleeper are you? It all comes down to finding the best mattress for your body.

You spend 1/3 of your life in bed. It is worth it to find the right mattress.

You spend 1/3 of your life in bed. It is worth it to find the right mattress.

You don’t have to be a doctor or scientist to know that the body needs sleep. In fact, without sleep, you can die! Even if you aren’t in danger of dying from lack of sleep, not getting enough makes you feel bad and affects your health and happiness.

Sleep is important for healing and repairing tissues in the body, including muscles, and internal organs like the liver and kidneys (1). Without proper repair during restful slumber, our bodies wear down more quickly over time (2). Sleep also helps us stay alert during waking hours because it allows for important brain processes such as memory consolidation (3). Finally, when we get enough quality s each night––no matter how long we doze off––our mood improves dramatically (4).

Memory Foam vs. Spring

Memory foam is the most popular choice. This material molds to your body shape, providing a more comfortable sleep that lasts throughout the night. Memory foam mattresses are typically more expensive than spring but can be very effective in minimizing pressure points and relieving back pain.

Spring mattresses are the most affordable option for those on a budget, but they may not provide as much comfort as memory foam or latex models. Plus, these materials tend to last longer than their counterparts—so if you're looking for longevity, this might be the better option!

Your height and weight affect your mattress choice

The right mattress will support your body, while the wrong one will cause pain.

However, how do you know which mattress is best for you? You can’t see inside a mattress to see what kind of coils or foam it contains and there are no defined sizes for mattresses like there are for shoes or clothes. And if we are talking about personal preferences, they change as often as the weather in some parts of the world (hello Seattle!).

To make this process easier, we have put together this buying guide based on our extensive experience helping people find their perfect mattress over thousands of different combinations:

Type of Sleeper

If you're a side sleeper, you may want to consider a softer mattress. If you sleep on your stomach, then a firmer one might be best for you. Back sleepers can be happy at either end of this spectrum and will do fine in most medium-firm mattresses. The best mattress for YOU may not be the best mattress for ME or anyone else, so don't get too hung up on what's "best" when shopping around.

Stomach sleepers need a firm mattress

If you’re a stomach sleeper, then you need to make sure that your mattress is firm so that it doesn’t cause pain in your back. You don’t want to sleep on too soft of an option because this can lead to more pain and discomfort than what you were experiencing before getting a new mattress.

Stomach sleepers should also avoid memory foam mattresses and pillow tops if they want something with just the right amount of cushioning without being too much like lying on the ground – even though these types of mattresses might appeal to some people because they feel softer than traditional mattresses.

Side Sleepers should look for a soft mattress

Side sleepers should look for a soft mattress. While many side sleepers are active, they do not need the support of a firmer mattress; this could make their hips and shoulders feel worse than they already do. Instead, a softer bed will cradle their body and keep their spine in alignment. Side sleepers can also benefit from memory foam mattress toppers, which will help them stay comfortable while they sleep as well as provide better pressure relief on those areas that tend to be sore after sleeping on harder surfaces.

Back Pain

  • A mattress that's too soft can cause back pain and discomfort.

  • A mattress that's too firm can cause back pain and discomfort.

  • A mattress that's medium-firm is ideal for those suffering from back pain, but if you prefer a softer surface, go with one of our other recommendations.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is a common problem for many people. If you have shoulder pain, it's important to figure out the cause and take steps to address it. Poor sleep can contribute to shoulder pain, so it's important to make sure that your mattress is supportive enough for your body type and sleeping habits.

It’s also very important that you sleep on the right side of your body—not your back or stomach—if you want to avoid feeling sore in the morning. This means that if you're a side sleeper who feels better when they sleep on their right side (the majority of people are), then that would be ideal for avoiding shoulder discomfort as well!

The best mattress for shoulder pain is one that has plenty of softness and support (i.e., not too hard). A medium-firm mattress will provide plenty of cushioning while still providing enough firmness underneath so that there isn't any sinking through layers into an uncomfortable position during restful slumber hours; this way both sides feel equally comfortable over long periods without waking up because one arm feels numb from laying in one spot too long!

Take advantage of trial periods, take care of your new mattress and it will last a long time and help you sleep more soundly

 Take advantage of trial periods. If you’re not sure which bed is right for you, it’s important to take advantage of a trial period. Most mattresses come with a 100-day trial period that allows customers to return their m if they don’t like t. Many retailers also offer an even longer return period during which they will take the mattress back at any time in its life cycle.

It is important to find the best mattress for your body.

  • It is important to find the best mattress for your body.

  • You need a mattress that is the right size for your body.

  • You also need a mattress that is the right height for your body.

  • A good quality mattress should support your head, shoulders, and hips well so that you can sleep peacefully without getting any back pain or any kind of neck pain during sleep time.

  • If you have sensitive skin then it’s suggested to choose memory foam mattresses as they are soft on the skin and provide comfort at night when you want to take some rest after a tiring day at work or home chores like cleaning etc.,

You should buy a mattress that will make your spine straight

The best mattress for you... is a personal choice. There are many factors to consider when purchasing a new one, including your body type, sleeping position, and the amount of support that your current bed provides. The best way to make this decision? Spend some time in the store testing out different mattresses with someone who can help you make an informed choice.

You may have heard that soft mattresses are better for back pain or bad joints, but that's not always true. The right firmness depends on what kind of comfort level works best for you—and it varies from person to person! A medium-firm or hard mattress may be great if you already have back issues (or want extra support), but if you're looking for something more plush and flexible than usual then go ahead and try out something softer than usual.

If you have back pain or neck issues, consider getting a soft bed.

If you have back issues and need a mattress that will help support your spine, then go with a soft bed. If you have neck issues and need a bed to support your head, then go with medium-firm or hard. You should always buy a mattress that will make your spine straight when lying down on it.

Sleeping on a medium-firm or hard mattress is good for people with back issues.

Back pain is a common complaint and sleeping on a soft mattress can exacerbate it. A medium-firm or hard mattress will help your spine stay straight while sleeping on a too-soft one that will cause your back to bend inward. If you've had lower back pain in the past, consider trying out a hard mattress for optimal support.

It is important to buy a good mattress now.

These are all excellent reasons to get a good mattress now, but there's one that stands above the rest: your health.

Sleep is important for your health, and a bad mattress can have detrimental effects on it. You might feel tired in the morning or have trouble getting up in time for work or school. You might even fall asleep at work because you're so tired from not sleeping well enough!

And don't forget about how much more comfortable and supportive the best mattresses are compared to cheap ones like futons or air beds! If you want something that will last for years instead of months (or even weeks), investing in one now will be worth every penny.

Conclusion

We hope that this article has helped you understand the different types of mattresses available. We know that finding the right mattress can be difficult, but we also know how important it is to find one that will work for you. If you have any questions about choosing a mattress or need help deciding which one is right for you, please contact us at Admin@mattressxperts.com






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Mattress Size Chart

Mattress Size Chart 

Mattress Size  Mattress Dimensions
 Twin   38" Wide x 75" Long
Twin Xl  38" Wide x 80" Long 
Full or Double  54" Wide x 75" Long
Queen 60" Wide x 80" Long
King 76" Wide x 80" Long
Split King 38" wide x 80 Long (x2)
California King  72" Wide x 84" Long

 

TWIN SIZE MATTRESS 

38" Wide X 75" Long

A twin size bed has the width of 38 inches wide from side to side and is 75" long from head to toe. A Twin Size mattress is the perfect mattress size for children’s rooms and guest rooms. A Twin Size mattress is 5" shorter than a queen or a king size mattress but still the same length as a full or double. 

TWIN XL MATTRESS 

38" Wide X 80" Long 

A Twin Xl mattress has the same length as a king or a queen size bed which is 80" long but the width of 38" the same size as twin size mattress. A Twin XL mattress is generally found in dorm rooms. When you put two Twin XL's together you make a King size mattress. 

FULL / DOUBLE MATTRESS

54" Wide X 75" Long 

Full Size beds measure 54 inches wide from side to side and 75 inches from head to toe. A Full size mattress is a great size mattress for teenage kids who has sleep overs because it will comfortably fit two teen kids and limit the room space taken. A Full Size mattress will comfortably sleep one large adult or 2 smaller adults. 

QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS 

60" Wide X 80" Long 

A Queen Size mattress is 60 inches from side to side and 80 inches long from head to toe. A Queen Size mattress is one step up from a full or double and comfortably fits 2 adults. A Queen Size mattress is great for adults who are taller, but do not have the room size to accommodate a king which is 16" wider than a Queen. 

KING SIZE MATTRESS 

76" Wide X 80" Long 

A King Size mattress measures 76 inches from side to side, and 80 inches from head to toe. King Size mattresses are 16" wider than a Queen Size mattress and are great for couples who often need more space.  A King Size mattress will use & need (2) Foundations or Box Springs due to the center support needed for a king size bed. When Purchasing a king size mattress on our site be sure to purchase 2 foundations for a king size mattress. 

SPLIT KING MATTRESS 

(2) 38 Wide X 80" Long Mattresses 

A Split King Size mattress measures the same size as a typical king size mattress however it is split in two by purchasing (2) Twin Xl mattresses and foundations. When couples want to utilize an adjustable base with separate head and foot features couples will purchase a Split King Mattress. 

💡 Things to think about when purchasing a Split King: 

CALIFORNIA KING MATTRESS 

72" Wide X 84" Long 

Most People think that a California King is Wider than the average king size mattress however that is incorrect. A California King is 4" less wide but 4" longer than an average king size mattress. Typically people who are taller than 6 Foot go with a California King due to the length being longer.