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Wednesday, November 28, 2007


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Peter Cancelli

Hi Tellaha,
Only a mattress using an individually pocketed coil unit is what will fix your problem.
With all coils moving independently from all of the others, maintains the natural alignment of your spine.
The side benefit is motion reduction. Nothing does a better job of motion reduction than that type of coil system.
Here is a link to two mattresses that provide that type of coil system, are well made and reasonably priced.

Shipping is free and there's no sales tax.

Thanks, Pete


We have this same problem! We recently got a new mattress (yesterday) from my aunt; her spare room bed set which has only been used a few times so basically brand new. I have 3 herniated disks right above my hips, so every little bit of motion transfer is very painful. I've never had such a problem! Even the tiniest movement of my partners foot causes the whole mattress to shake! We are using the same bed frame we had before, so it is 100% the mattress and not an issue of the frame being off kilter.

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