I recently bought a Queen sized Simmons TruEnergy Noelle from a local retailer. The bed felt comfortable at the store and I spent a considerable amount of time trying out different mattresses. I really liked the support and comfort that this mattress offered in the store. When I got my new mattress it was much more firm than the model in the store. I called the mattress store and they told me that I should give it some time as there is a “break in period”. I have been sleeping on the mattress for two weeks now and it is a bit more comfortable, however when I wake up in the morning my neck and shoulders are sore.
My previous mattress was a Spring Air Four Seasons Back Supporter. This is a pillow top model that is 15-years-old. My hips used to hurt on this bed. My hips don’t hurt on the new bed but now I have shoulder and neck pain, which I have never had before. I am thinking that I will return the mattress to the store. I am not sure if I will exchange it for ask for a refund. I was thinking that I would get another pillow top but I have been reading the information on your site that says that pillow tops do not maintain their shape and comfort for long. Do you have any suggestions for someone like me? I have considered latex foam but it seems to be really expensive and is likely out of my budget. I just want to be comfortable without being in pain.
Thank you for any help that you can offer. Kim
A queen size 2" soft latex foam topper will run you $349.99. It's the best money you'll ever spend. Add it to the mattress you have and you'll be good to go for many years.
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