I've been researching for months for a mattress for fibromyalgia, hip and shoulder pain.
I'm a side sleeper. I finally pulled the trigger on a Loom and Leaf mattress, and I hate it.
It had zero edge support and was too firm. I wake up about every 2 hours to move.
They are taking it back but now I'll have no mattress.
I have been to a few places and liked a Serta hills plush but there are many complaints about it not holding up and developing dips in less than 2 years. I tried out the icomfort and it seems too firm.
I tried the Serta arctic and liked it but the cost is high.
I tried a Marshall plush and liked it but again many reviews of dips in a short time and are expensive.
I also sleep hot. I'm so lost at this point.
I need a supportive mattress with softness on top for the pressure points that will last.
Something I can get in a reasonable amount of time and won't cost a fortune.
Does that exist?
I really appreciate your time! Thank you.
All those bad reviews are due to the memory foam upholstery.
Memory foam, a soup of 61 chemicals…many of which are toxic, is a temperature sensitive material that causes the user to sleep hot.
What’s more, it’s specifically designed to cause a mattress to need frequent replacing.
There’s no question that it feels good to many people, but that initial comfort is quickly lost.
I have railed against memory foam for years, due to all the negative side effects.
We have a line of mattresses from Magniflex, that are made in Italy.
These mattresses are all organic.
They produce the feel that so many people like about memory foam with none of the negative side effects.
Their unique material is not temperature sensitive, so they sleep cool, and last for many years.
I don’t know what is your idea of a fortune, but here is their softest model, which is ideal for relieving pain of shoulders, hips and from fibromyalgia.
The Magniflex MagniCool Gel 12 is the mattress I’m recommending.
Click on this link to view specifications and prices.
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You Should Know
Using an old box spring to support any new mattress will cause premature wear and void the manufacturer’s warranty.
A waterproof mattress protector will extend the life of a mattress by keeping the upholstery materials clean and dry.