Sturdy innerspring coils provide support, while a multilayer foam cushioning system offers comfort for sleepers in almost any position thanks to its nearly 15-inch height. Cradles the hips and shoulders to prevent pressure points. Built to stay comfortable for years.
Lightweight sleepers may find this mattress too firm.
A supportive mattress with an extra-plush top that allows sleepers to sink into the bed a bit, increasing comfort. Foundation is dense support foam rather than innerspring coils. Combined with the top cooling and comfort layers, firmness is about medium soft.
May sag too much for heavyweight sleepers.
Features a thick layer of memory foam quilted into the top cover to conform to the body’s curves. Innerspring supports provide underlying firmness. Good support for the lower back, and it helps those with hip pain sleep more comfortably, even on their side.
May be too firm for lightweight sleepers.
Isolates motion very well between two sleepers so that movement doesn’t cause discomfort to a partner. Hybrid construction offers good innerspring support beneath plush memory foam top layers, helping to align the spine properly and reduce hip pain.
May be too firm for side sleepers and tends to sleep warm.
An all-memory foam mattress that is nonetheless firm and supportive. Shifting position is easy, and sleepers don’t sink too deeply into the mattress. Provides firm support for back sleepers and moderate support for side sleepers, depending on weight. Expands within 24 hours after unboxing with very little chemical smell.
Indentations show up in the foam after just a few months of use.
Pain is one of the biggest reasons that customers hunt for a new mattress. For sleepers with chronic hip pain, as well as those who experience hip pain only when sleeping, finding a mattress that conforms to the contours of the body is very important. In fact, a mattress should support the entire body, aligning the spine and eliminating pressure points for all-night comfort. While some hip pain sufferers find relief using a soft but supportive latex and memory foam mattress, others find relief from a hybrid mattress that provides firm underlying support and cushioned top layers that cradle the body. Make sure you can shift positions easily on the mattress to minimize strain on your hips. A medium to medium-firm mattress is often perfect for this.
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