I have a memory foam topper and a wedge pollow with back support. I feel like the wedge pillow under my belly irritates it and gives me minor heartburn now that I'm in the third trimester
What are your thoughts on latex mattreses vs a latex/memory foam hybrid mattress?
I am wanting to get a mattress that is great at dissipating heat, so leaning towards a latex mattress, but comfort is important as well, and I wonder if there would be more "sinking in" and body contouring with some memory foam in the mix as well. Memory foam runs notoriously hot, but maybe with some latex in the mix it would be okay?
Currently looking at the sleeponlatex queen, although it doesn't look like much, people seen to like it, and it's about as much as I can spend. There are a lot of mattress options out there, though, it's overwhelming. Thanks for your thoughts.
I’ve been researching mattress’s for the last few months, and let me tell you it is exhausting.
So I went into a permanently closing furniture store today, and I was able to negotiate a Tempur Pedic Pro Form Firm for $2850 with no returns or delivery. The mattress typically lists for $3700, so for the brand, I felt it was a pretty good deal.
My dilemma is that I didn’t really want to spend that much on a mattress, however I do understand Temper Pedic is the best memory foam mattress. I ultimately walked away from the deal, but still believe I could go get it tomorrow if I wanted.
I started to google cheaper comparable mattresses, and I’ve seen about a million mixed reviews. The only other brand that seemed semi close was Loom and Leaf. I can get a firm high density king memory foam for $1900 shipped to my door.
Do I suck it up and buy the Tempur Pedic? I am concerned that I can’t return it and their delivery is a few hundred dollars.
Is the Loom and Leaf comparable ?
Is there any other high end memory foam mattresses that is worth considering? My wife and I are both overweight , so I’ve been trying to find something that won’t dent too quickly. Im not even considering anything in a box.
I appreciate the help and opinions!
Edit: Pro Adapt! Not Pro Form. Sorry
I notice when using memory foam pillows, if I'm sleeping on my back my head sinks in a bit and creates an indent. When i switch to my side or move my head, i have to lift my head for 5 seconds and wait for the foam to bounce back before laying back down again. Any pillows i should consider getting to avoid this?
Budget up to 500 dollars but will go higher if product is worth it
Info: I am a hot sleeper but husband is not. He would prefer a memory foam bed but I think I would be miserable since with just our current memory foam topper gives me daily night sweats. So I compromise with just a memory foam topper.
Current memory foam topper has seen better days and is old so we are looking for a new one that I won't overheat on every night.
I will also take additional suggestions on how you all stay cool and sweat free when sleeping. I already keep bedroom around 65 degrees and darkening curtains. Currently also looking into bamboo sheets.
Edit: thanks for all the helpful responses! Looks like I will be trying to convince my husband to not get memory foam anything lol
So the other day I decided to get a new pillow because my old one just didn't feel comfortable. I stumbled upon this pillow . It has three layers of memory foam that can be taken out to adjust the height. This is not supposed to be an advertisement, but it really seems that I wake up with less neck and jaw pain. I usually get popping sound in the jaw every morning (probably due to intense grinding), but it got gradually better with each day sleeping with this pillow. I would recommend everyone to give it a try. Really shocked by how much of a difference it makes. Tried for years to reduce my teeth clenching and would never think that a pillow can help.
23F here. I bought a full-size Zinus 10" memory foam mattress a year ago because I used to sleep very cold and love the feel of laying on memory foam. I'm primarily a stomach sleeper and sometimes a side sleeper (I like to sprawl out and then curl up a lot). Bf is primarily a back sleeper but could probably sleep just fine on a wood floor without a pillow (seriously, the man can pass out anywhere and wake up feeling amazing). He insists he doesn't have any mattress preferences so I am trying to accommodate both of us to the best of my ability.
This year I started to sleep super, super hot. I've been waking up several times a night because I can't get comfortable. I already purchased linen sheets which helped some but I still get a hot spot directly under my body while my back will be freezing since I kick off the blankets.
I'd love to get a queen-size mattress that doesn't sleep hot and works well for both of our sleeping styles. Ideally under $1000 but I suspect that's a pipe dream and closer to $2000 is more realistic but would be a stretch for me.
I don't have a lot of in-person stores to visit and try mattresses out so if it's something I can order online that would be great. I'm getting very lost on where or how to keep searching!
i've been thinking about replacing the rubber tips on my earphones to foam ones for a long time. i've heard varied experiences from lots of different people, some people have a much more comfortable experience with much better passive isolation, but other people seem to just find the ear tips falling off of the earphones themselves most of the time.
is the switch worth? and if so, what would you recommend?
Our current traditional mattress has an indent on my side that makes my lower back hurts. I’m debating should we get a good mattress topper such as Tempur-pedic Supreme or Serenity or actually get a brand new mattress such as Novaform Serafina Pearl. We’re back and side sleepers. For Novaform mattress, do you have firm or medium? As we don’t have experience with memory foam mattress, would it justify the cost of a Tempur-pedic mattress as compared to Novaform Serafina?
Other Costco mattress that looks interesting are Casper, Sealy Posturepedic Plus, and Stearns and Foster.
I've been sleeping on $400 king size memory foam mattresses off amazon for the past 6 years. Overall I'm pretty content with them
But I want to know, am I missing out by not spending a bit extra say for a casper or temper pedic?
My initial reaction is it doesn't matter. They're all kind of the same and it's just marketing that makes the price difference
So reddit, am I missing something? Is an expensive memory foam mattess any different than a cheap one?
For reference, I'm currently sleeping on an olee 13 inch galaxy
I'll keep this short and to the point. Stop spending too much for a memory foam mattress by buying name brand. After doing a lot of research and testing, I've found the cheapest way to get a good night's sleep.
Simply put, you'll start off buying the cheapest memory foam mattress possible. This will usually be a 6" mattress from Walmart or Amazon. It should cost around $100 depending on the size.
Now, buy a 3 inch memory foam topper from Amazon. This will get you the best price. Ensure its flat, not rippled or any of that. Basically, it should just be a 3 inch slab of memory foam. Its critical that the foam is all on density. You dont want half memory foam and half support foam. You want just memory foam. You can get these on sale for $20 - $60 depending on the size.
And thats it. This is what many mattress companies do but just throw a cover on it and quadruple the price. For only about $150, youll have the most comfortable sleep of your life. I have tested this with multiple thicknesses of foam and found 3 inches to be ideal.
I hope this helps someone. Let me know if you have any questions.
I could not stand the feel of the silicone ones. But after replacing the wire and ear tips, my listening experience is even better.
Also, the Starfields have been great in every other aspect. I kind of want to compare them to my airpod pros. If I do, I’ll update this.