Tossing and turning on that old puffy mattress for years has been uncomfortable. There are pressure points no matter how many times a week the mattress is flipped or turned around. These quick fixes will make a slight difference for a short period of time but when the turning and flipping is frequent, start to explore new mattresses.
There are a plethora of new mattress types available since you both selected that modern pillow top one over a decade ago. Memory foam has been so popular that manufacturers have been developing new technology to improve the level of support and comfort, as well as make the foam more durable. Some companies have also managed to bring pricing down so the option is feasible for many more budgets than ever before.
The newer type of memory foam has an extra layer added, or has been mixed with newly discovered synthetic materials. Added layers range from an inner spring design to air or water pockets that serve to boost the support that is expected of memory foam. The foam itself has been mixed with a hyper-elastic polymer, organic latex, and cutting edge technology that has yet to be named.
A few examples of newer brand names include Casper, Tomorrow Sleep, Purple Mattress, and the Wright W1.27. It is important to know the names some of these products are marketed under because many are only available online. It can be confusing when the search for something different begins. Start with independent review sites and blog pages in the internet.
Some provide detailed descriptions and reviews from customer who have been sleeping on their mattresses for more than two weeks. It takes some time to assess a new mattress so using reviews from people who have experienced the feel of a specific one are helpful, especially when it is not possible to go into a furniture store and check that out. Side by side comparison charts include pricing, warranties, materials, and ratings. Links to official mattress websites are also offered so customers can avoid being fooled by inferior brands that are really cheap knock-offs of higher-quality products.