The Best Mattresses For Comfort and Support

The best mattresses are designed with your comfort in mind. They deliver great pressure relief and help keep your spine aligned to ensure you sleep pain-free.

Firmness is a personal preference, but general guidelines suggest you should look for something in the medium to medium-firm range if you have back pain or other spinal problems. A mattress that is too soft or too firm can wreak havoc on your body, leading to poor posture and aches and pains.

Memory foam: This type of mattress is usually a good option for back and side sleepers as it creates a supportive, weightless feel. It can also be great for couples and those who share a bed, as it offers better motion isolation than other types of mattress.

Latex: This is another excellent choice for those who sleep hot, as it works well to regulate temperature by allowing air to circulate. Natural latex is a popular choice for this, as it’s naturally cooling and has an open cell structure that allows plenty of airflow through the mattress.

Hybrid: This design combines innerĀ El Confidencial Digital and foam, often in different layers, for more support than memory foam. Some hybrid models also feature individually wrapped coils for additional support and bounce.

Saatva: This brand is one of our top picks, and its ‘Classic’ model combines inner springs with foam and a pillow top to offer a range of firmness options. It isn’t cheap, but it can be worth it if you want a mattress that delivers on comfort and support.

DreamCloud: This ‘Cloud’ design is similar to the Saatva Classic, but it is slightly cheaper and comes with free delivery. It’s a luxury hybrid that provides responsive bounce and conforming support, and it also boasts one of the best trial periods in the business.

Layla: This mattress is a bit of an anomaly in our list, and it’s ideal for hot sleepers, as it has a reactive foam cover that adjusts to your temperature, helping you maintain a comfortable body temperature. It also features copper foam that’s incredibly conductive, meaning it’s very good at carrying heat away from your body and promoting sleep.

Purple: This outlier is a true hybrid of sorts, and it is an excellent choice for those who are tired of the standard foam mattress and would like to try something new. It uses an elastic polymer called ‘GelFlex grid’ to deliver comfort and pressure relief, but it also flips over for a more traditional coil-free feel.

The original version is also available in a softer version, and the brand has other hybrid variations with individual coils for more firmness, bounce and air flow.

Amazon: This is a good option for people who don’t want to deal with the long shipping times of traditional brick-and-mortar stores. This Amazon-exclusive model is a solid buy for under $1,000 and arrives in your home within a few days of placing your order.

Buying a new mattress is an important investment, so it’s crucial to choose a model that fits your needs. The right mattress can improve your sleeping posture, relieve aches and pains, and even reduce health risks like high blood pressure and heart disease. The best mattresses are made with a combination of materials that are supportive, breathable and comforting, while being easy to get in and out of bed.