Mattresses that make it hard to turn over.

Top 3 Mattresses That Make It Hard To Turn Over When You Sleep

May 15, 2011
In the Bedroom

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Do You Find It Difficult To Turn Over In Your Current Mattress?

Perhaps you have thought about something that most people don’t when they begin considering and planning for their next mattress purchase, the difficulty of changing sleeping positions. While it’s true we all have our favorite snuggle spot in the bed where we like to nest, it’s inevitable that at some point our body is going to cry out as a result of lying in the same position for an extended time.

In order to relieve the discomfort from pressure points, repositioning and flipping over is a must, and depending on the type of mattress you own, more work may be necessary. In the case of other mattresses, it may be nearly impossible to do the simple things we take for granted like turning over.

1.) Water Beds Hard To Turn Over In

The two waterbeds, soft sides, and hard sides both can be difficult when it comes time to change sleep positions. Mattresses that have less baffling will move more and offer less support and have been known to give many people trouble when moving or changing sleeping spots. Our tip to remedy the problem, purchase a high-quality fully baffled mattress. The industry offers no-motion beds that give maximum support and reduce the strain and effort needed to move around.

Also, consider a soft side waterbed, they are modern-day styled and often offer or come standard with the baffled mattresses we just mentioned. Not only do they reduce the difficulty of sleep repositioning, but are far easier to get in and out of.

2.) Memory Foam Mattresses are hard to turn over in

Similar to waterbeds modern-day NASA foam beds are phenomenal at reducing the pressure points on the body that cause us to toss and turn. However, the price that comes along with that is a sleeping surface that is often very difficult for some people to move around in. While some memory foam mattresses still have temperate reactive foams that are slow to recover leaving you in a temporary nest of sorts, know this Our tip to remedy the problem is quicker responding temperature stable memory foams are now available that make changing positions easier. While they don’t solve all of the issues concerning turning over and repositioning, it’s likely enough difference that most people can enjoy the latest innovations in sleep technology that actually reduces the need to turn over throughout the night.

3.) Pillow Top Mattresses Are Hard To Turn Over In

Pillow-top mattresses may be the most significant and worst advancement of the bed to happen in the bedding industry. Pillow tops were the answer to the waterbed industries’ answer for firm mattresses and boards positioned between the mattress and boxspring. Having stolen their business back, the mattress industry acknowledged comfort advancement by offering beds with a softer pillow top surface over a firm coil spring core.

While turning over in these beds are rare problems sleep repositioning issues begin to arise. Over time the foam and fiber padding break down leaving the sleeper in a hole in the shape of a body impression with a ridge running down the middle of the mattress. The solution is to look for mattresses that offer high-resiliency foams that don’t break down. Companies like King Koil and Comfort Solutions are offering such products. Another solution for those who love the feel of pillow tops is to purchase a firmer bed and add to it a replaceable mattress topper.

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