Then again, I am 70 years old, live alone. I realized, after reading about your Wolf Adara mattress that maybe I should explore that as a more viable option so I don’t hurt my back trying to flip a mattress.
The next important thing is that I live in Florida now and I have never turned my heat on since I moved here.
I do not want to sleep on some cocoon like material that makes whatever side I am sleeping on sweaty.
I like firm mattresses, especially when laying on my back.
I can actually realign my spine and adjust myself if the surface I am lying on is firm enough.
But I am a side sleeper so maybe I need something slightly less than firm.
I often feel like my head is lower than the rest of my body on a lot of mattresses and I end up punching my pillow into a ball and stick it against my shoulder and under my neck in order to feel aligned when sleeping on my side. And on most beds, including mine, it always feels better to sleep across the mattress or even with my head at the foot of the bed. Any ideas as to what material, firmness, and/or brand would suit me best?
Good Morning Ken,
Flipping a two sided mattress is job for 2 people, once you reach middle age.
It’s not something you’d want to tackle alone.
Wolf also makes high quality one sided mattresses.
The key to avoiding all those negative side effects is buying a mattress with no memory foam in it.
The Wolf Hybrids are what to consider.
The Adara, more so than the Tulah, as it has the firmness you’re looking for.
Click on this link to view specifications and prices.
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