I have an older Sealy Posturepedic mattress. The mattress is firm and in excellent condition.
But since having back surgery, earlier this year, I'm finding that the mattress is too firm to sleep on comfortably.
Since the operation, I've had to change my sleeping position to sleeping on my side, and my hip is beginning to hurt.
Should I buy a new mattress, or would one of your latex toppers solve my problem?
I'm 5'2" and 130 lbs.
It's a good thing you checked, before going out to buy a new mattress.
That older Sealy Posturepedic mattress, you have, is perfect for supporting your back.
Adding a soft latex topper will provide the relief to your hip, without sacrificing the firm support your back requires.
Here is the link for the EverEden Pure, All Natural Vytex Dunlop Latex Topper.
All you need is 2" of Soft Latex to cushion your hip.
The feel of latex is rather unique, as it cushions you, but does not allow you to sink. The feel is provides is one of floating.
Soften the surface of a too firm mattress. Insulate yourself from the memory foam in your mattress to Sleep Cool. Extend the comfort life of your mattress.
It takes about 2 weeks to arrive.