I came across your site when doing some research.
Like several others that have contacted you, I had a great experience on the mattress at a hotel.
It appears to have been a Simmons Beautyrest. Which one?...who knows?
We recently returned a Queen-sized Saatva mattress.
I have bulging discs in my lower back and I found their bed made my pain worse.
I’m looking to buy a mattress that will help me wake up rested and not in pain.
I can tell during the night my hips get out of alignment, which exacerbates my back pain.
What mattress would you recommend?
Any guidance you can offer would be appreciated.
Thank you, Jennifer
What makes a Beautyrest so comfortable is the individually pocketed coil unit.
Each coil moves independently from one another, which maintains the natural alignment of your spine.
This type of coil system also provides a great degree of motion separation...not feeling each other move.
Memory foam is a horrible product.
It's a temperature sensitive material that softens as it warms from your body heat.
As you sink into it, the natural alignment of your spine is gone, causing back pain.
Memory foam reflects your body heat back to you and causes you to sleep hot.
Memory foam is specifically designed to cause a mattress to need frequent replacing.
Today, even hotel Beautyrests have some memory foam in them.
Here is a link to mattresses we recommend as an excellent substitute.
The Brolynn Old Fashioned Two Sided Mattress in Plush has the greater degree of surface comfort.
Click on this link to view specifications and prices:
These mattresses also use an individually pocketed coil unit...containing NO Memory Foam
The coils are stronger than Simmons coils and the upholstery is better.
In fact, these specifications exceed anything that Simmons makes today.
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Use an old box spring/foundation with any new mattress.
Doing so voids the warranty of the mattress.
Use a waterproof mattress protector.
Your new mattress will last longer if kept clean and dry.
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