Best Mattresses to Improve Your Sleep

Best Mattresses to Improve Your Sleep

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Without a doubt, mattresses make a solid foundation for your sleep. While it can be an expensive investment, a good mattress is the difference between a good night’s sleep and tossing and turning all night. The importance of sleep cannot be ignored, especially for those looking to improve their job performance, ease stress, and enhance muscle recovery. However, which is the right mattress for you?

Finding the best mattress isn’t about going for the best brands or spending heftily. An expensive mattress doesn’t translate to better sleep. Therefore, instead of focusing on the brand and price, consider your specific needs. Through this, you can decide if you need a soft, medium, or firm mattress. That said, below are some of the best mattresses that can improve your sleep.

Leesa Hybrid Mattress

The Leesa Hybrid Mattress is an excellent mattress of choice for edge support. It strikes a perfect balance between support and comfort, allowing a wide range of sleeping styles for all body types. The mattress also dissipates heat, thus ideal for those who overheat and sweat in bed.

The firmness level of Leesa Hybrid Mattress is just above average. You will also like that the mattress has a backing warranty of 10 years, assuring its quality. Though it is quite bulky and hardly portable, you can set it up with the help of a second hand.

The Leesa Hybrid Mattress is an excellent choice for back and stomach sleepers, as it provides a great combination of soft memory and springs foam feel. Overall, it is well made, supportive, and overly comfortable.

Pros

  • Suits sleepers with different sleeping styles
  • Incredible edge support
  • Dissipates heat well

Cons

  • Might feel firm for side sleepers

Amerisleep AS3 Mattress

The Amerisleep AS3 Mattress is popular in the AS3 mattress sequel for various reasons. The unit has a medium feel, which is perfect for side and combination sleepers. The mattress is available in two forms, the hybrid mattress, and a memory foam mattress.

Both forms feature pocketed coils that add a bouncy feel on the bed, keeping you lifted. The Amerisleep AS3 Mattress is wrapped in a soft, yet breathable cover that keeps you and your sleeping partner cool all night long. It comes with a three-inch Bio-Pur form, which is more comfortable, breathable, and responsive than traditional memory foam used on mattresses. This also prevents overheating and helps the mattress adapt to your body movements.

Pros

  • Pocketed coils add some bounce
  • Prevents overheating
  • Breathable and responsive
  • Provides firm support

Cons

  • Quite expensive

The Casper Original Mattress

The Casper Original Mattress is an excellent all-foam mattress with a firm feel assuring of good body support. Like other Casper mattresses, it comes with zoned-layer support, designed to provide specialized pressure relief to specific body parts. The firm feel is best for stomach and back sleepers, but less comfortable for those who prefer sleeping on their sides. The firmness also minimizes the bounce of the bed but makes it easy to rotate or move around the mattress.

Besides the impressive motion transfer, the Casper Original Mattress has excellent edge support. You can also enjoy sleeping during hot summer nights, thanks to its breathable design that prevents the body from overheating. Those who have used the mattress attest to the comfort that petite side and back sleepers enjoy. It also suits moderately average to large individuals.

Pros

  • 100-day free trial
  • Excellent edge support
  • Breathable design to keep you cool
  • Good motion transfer

Cons

  • Little bounce
  • Might feel firm for side sleepers

Tempur-Pedic PRObreeze Mattress

If you can’t sleep enough with heat-trapping mattresses, ditch it for the Tempur-Pedic PRObreeze Mattress. The mattress will enable you to have a good nights’ sleep, thanks to its cooling benefits. It is 12-inch thick and features a cooling cover, a comfort layer, and a material support layer that provides much-needed support and comfort.

The manufacturer offers a 90-night risk-free trial with a 10-years warranty, providing peace of mind when making a purchase. Apart from restful sleeping, the mattress works well for those who enjoy reading or watching TVs from their bed.

Pros

  • Impressive cooling properties
  • 10-year warranty
  • Good motion isolation
  • Good for side sleepers

Cons

  • Quite pricey
  • Average edge support

How a Mattress Affects Sleep

As mentioned, mattress significantly affects your sleep quality. Well, below are some ways in which a bad mattress will affect your sleep.

  • A good mattress improves the quality of life – the best mattress provides more than a good sleep. A good nights’ sleep transforms to better performance, memory, and productivity, thus improving your quality of life.
  • A good mattress relieves body aches and pains – lying down in one position for long can misalign the body and pressure points, resulting in sore and joint aches. Sleeping in a bad mattress will eventually result in hip, neck, and lower back pain.
  • Worn-out mattresses are a risk for allergies – old mattresses are a high risk for allergies. Such mattresses have accumulated dust, body oil, sweat, and other particles trapped in the foam. All these are the primary causes of skin allergies and serious asthmatic conditions.

The Bottom Line

Since you spend most of your time in bed, approximately half of your life, investing in a good mattress is a recipe for a blissful slumber. As such, you should consider several factors before settling on your mattress of choice. Check on the mattress’ firmness, degree of edge support, motion transfer, and size. You should also consider your bedroom’s temperature and sleeping patterns.

 

Author

Eric is the creator of At Home in the Future and has been a passionate fan of the future since he was seven. He's a web developer by trade, and serves as the Director of Communication and Technology for a large church in Nashville, TN (where he and his family are building a high tech home in the woods).

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