Miscellaneous

Choosing the Best Mattress for Back Pain

Best Mattress for Back PainBecause no two people are alike, no one mattress can meet every person’s needs. Choosing a mattress is a personal decision that can only be made by the individual especially those experiencing pain or discomfort due to a poor mattress. Spending time to find comfortable mattresses, understanding their construction and proper support as well as the best time to replace existing mattresses are all criteria necessary for finding the best mattress for back pain.

First and foremost, individuals should seek help from mattress professionals to assist in selecting the best mattresses. Because every person has different needs, time must be spent relaxing on the prospective mattress to figure out which style provides the most comfort and support. Understanding bed construction is also important when selecting a new mattress. The elements of an ortho mattress that should be looked at to determine best fit include good coils or inner springs, padding and thickness.

Another criterion for mattress selection is how much back support the potential bed supplies. By matching the natural curve and spine alignment, a mattress can help prevent and eliminate back pain.

Finally, knowing the right time to replace an existing mattress can help. It is time to replace a mattress when it sags in the middle, causes loss of sleep or is no longer comfortable.
The RoomPlace has furniture professionals available to assist shoppers with finding quality mattresses at the best possible price. Shop one of our 23 available locations to find the mattress that suits your needs.

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