Which is the best type of mattress?

If you have this question popping up in your mind, you have come to the right place. Simplyrest has the answers to that. While there is no One Fits All mattress out there, we can definitely find one that is right for you! Read below to find out more.

Pillow top mattresses for individuals struggling with upper back, spine, and shoulder pain are also some of our favourite remedies. These types of beds can be found at varying degrees of firmness, but we prefer to gravitate towards those with a large, soft and pillowy feel. Brentwood Home Oceano, WinkBeds, and Saatva Classic are the first couple of beds that come to mind. These would usually make for a comfortable, cushioned surface and compression when you’re lying on your side under your shoulders and upper back. Buying a mattress online can be the right thing a customer can do if he cannot go outside the home.

Generally, when it comes to the comfort type for a mattress for neck and shoulder pain, we are agnostic. Heavy individuals require coil beds much of the time while individuals that are called “weak” or “ordinary” in terms of construction will get away with a thick foam support centre.

Other styles of beds, such as luxury air mattresses and latex mattresses, may also be a viable choice, but we usually do not see people automatically drawn into them with neck and back pain. The value of air mattresses is that they can typically be adjusted side by side and the firmness can be adjusted up or down. The benefit of latex mattresses is that they are robust and sensitive, but not necessarily as pressure-relieving as you would prefer if you have a severe injury to your shoulder or back.

Where to buy your new mattress from

As long as it works to relieve the upper back and neck pain, it doesn’t really matter when you buy the new mattress. That’s the same with shoulder pain. That said, physical retail stores will always accommodate transfers but not returns. Shopping for a mattress online nowadays is a viable choice, particularly if you want the option of returning the bed for free. In the first three months, most online businesses will sell you free delivery in the contiguous US as well as free returns. Before you wish to opt for a refund, a subset of brands would demand that you try their bed for at least 30 nights.

This is to make sure you give your body enough time to adapt. There’s a fair risk that the neck and shoulder pain won’t heal immediately with a new bed. It could take weeks, but a minimum testing time isn’t always a bad thing.