Many Americans have trouble sleeping at night, often as a result of chronic back and joint pain. The right
Choose The Best Mattress For Back Pain.
The first thing to consider when mattress shopping is your preferred sleeping position. Are you a side sleeper, a back sleeper, or a stomach sleeper? Do you prefer to shift positions often during the night? All these factors will affect the type of mattress that will work best for you. Variations in firmness affect which positions are most comfortable, so it’s best to match your mattress to your personal sleeping style.
If you’re a back-sleeper, you may wish to seek out a medium-firm mattress. You’ll want enough support for your lower back. The firmness should allow for some flexibility, however, to cradle your body rather than pushing against the spine. Be sure to try several mattresses to find one that cradles your body and allows your spine to be held comfortably straight, rather than sagging or arching.
Side sleepers may wish to seek out a softer mattress to cushion the hips and shoulders while supporting the back and spine. A pillowtop or dense memory foam mattress may be the best choice for side sleepers who need to balance the demands of firm support with softness to cushion joints.
Many lower back pain sufferers sleep on their stomachs in an effort to alleviate back pain caused by strain. Stomach sleepers tend to sleep most deeply on a firm mattress which supports the body in its natural position.
Whatever sleeping position you prefer, Mattress Warehouse has a variety of mattresses to match your personal sleep style. Come in to examine our variety of offerings and we will find you the best mattress for back pain. Speak to our knowledgeable staff about which mattress might best fit your needs and budget.