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How to Choose the Best Orthopedic Mattress for Yourself

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  • February 20, 2018
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 A good night’s sleep is essential to combat the fatigue of the day and rejuvenate ourselves. But if you constantly wake up feeling tired and drowsy then your mattress could be to blame. The wrong kind of mattress could lead to bad sleep and increase back discomfort or even lead to it. However, with the varied options available now, choosing the right orthopaedic mattress can be a daunting task.

Choosing the right mattress can make the difference between spending the day refreshed and roaring to go or feeling lethargic and in pain. The 3 essentials for choosing the best orthopaedic mattress are proper support, alignment of the spine and relief at the pressure points.

When you suffer from chronic or even mild pain it becomes even more important to choose the right kind of mattress. Whether you are suffering from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or a similar condition like fibromyalgia you will need to find the best orthopaedic mattress in order to get a good night’s sleep. Since there are a number of orthopaedic ailments they can affect sleep in varying ways. Joint, neck or hip pain can make finding a comfortable position to sleep in, almost impossible. And you may find that you do not feel rested when you wake up in the morning.

Listed below are some tips to help you choose the right orthopaedic mattress.

Research

Before you go shopping it is advisable to do some basic research online. View some online sites that offer guidance on what kind of mattress would suit your orthopaedic condition.

Beware of false advertising

Some brands claim to manufacture orthopaedic mattress which are medically approved. They may have some orthopaedic friendly features but cannot be certified as orthopaedic mattresses. Hence, before you step out to buy one, check the orthopaedic mattress reviews for that particular brand.

Check with your doctor

Your doctor may not be an expert on mattresses but is aware of your particular medical condition and thus will offer some valuable advice on what kind of mattress would suit you best.

Test the product

A good quality orthopaedic mattress does not come cheap and after loosening your purse strings you may realize you have made the wrong choice. Instead when you narrow down your choices, spare a few minutes to lie on the mattress and see how comfortable you feel.

Firmness does not mean support

We are often led to believe that the firmer a mattress, the better the support. While a firm mattress may suit some people, for those suffering from arthritis a mattress which reduces contact pressure on the sensitive and painful joints, would be more advisable.

Stability

Not too hard and not too soft either is what you should be looking at if you have an orthopaedic ailment. If the mattress is too soft then it will make moving around difficult. People with back, neck or joint pain tend to be restless sleepers and often need to change their sleep position to reduce stiffness caused by a stationary position and a very soft mattress will hinder the movement.

Check about trials and warranty

Some good orthopaedic mattress brands in India may be willing to give you the mattress for a trial period and also offer a warranty for a minimum of 10 years. This needs to be checked before you make the purchase.

Shop at a specialized store

When you do your research look for stores near you that specialize in orthopaedic mattresses. This will allow you greater choice and the assistance of sales staff that have been trained for this specific purpose. Choose a store that offers some quality brand names.

An orthopaedic mattress should offer you comfortable and firm support for the entire body. A good night’s sleep amounts to waking up refreshed and ready to take on a new day without any aches and pains or stiffness. These days there are several orthopaedic mattress brands available in the market and online. These could be pocket sprung, traditional coil or memory foam. All of them have their advantages and disadvantages and need to be assessed depending on your particular orthopaedic condition. Buyers need to weigh their options and ascertain which kind would provide them the best level of comfort and support before they make the purchase.

Explore Snoozer Ortho firm mattress - a comfortable mattress with a surface that reduces pressure points and subsequent tossing & turning along with thousands of coil springs deep within the mattress which flex silently providing a firm support to your body contours & spine for a good night’s sleep. 

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