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Solve common sleep issues like back pain, allergies, and snoring and improve your quality of rest with a new mattress or bedding. At US Deal Mall, you can find everything you need to sleep well at home at everyday low prices.
Firmness levels to help relieve back pain
Firmness refers to the amount of give a mattress has when you lie down on it. Some people prefer to sink into a mattress to relax and recharge, while others need extra support for utmost comfort and better spinal alignment. If you suffer from back pain when you get up in the morning, make sure you're sleeping on the right mattress.
Firm mattresses are the most unyielding and typically provide the highest level of support. Instead of sinking into this type of mattress, your body might feel more like it's floating atop the surface due to the amount of push-back — the opposite of sinking — that these harder, denser mattresses offer.
Medium mattresses, like their name suggests, provide a midpoint level of support between soft and firm styles. They typically have the most balance between their levels of cushioning and support. While a soft mattress is more cushioning and less supportive and a firm mattress is more supportive and hugs your body less, a medium-firmness mattress provides equal levels of each.Soft mattresses are typically the cushiest, most yielding mattress types. They conform to the shape of your body immediately when you lie down on them, and you'll sink into a soft mattress quite a bit — sometimes up to 3 inches, but usually around 1.5 inches.
The role of your sleep style: You might already have a preference for firmness level in mind when shopping for a new bed, but your favorite sleeping position might benefit from a different amount of cushioning.
- Side sleepers usually do best with soft or medium mattresses. Sleeping on your side creates various pressure points where your body makes contact with the mattress, and softer cushioning helps eliminate pain stemming from these spots.
- Back sleepers often need more supportive mattresses to eliminate back and neck pain. If you like to sleep on your back, choose a slightly firm mattress for the most comfort.
- Stomach sleepers typically benefit from selecting a medium or slightly firm mattress. These firmness levels can help keep your spine aligned and may alleviate lower back pain.
If you're experiencing back pain, but don't know the cause, it may be your mattress. If you're looking for back pain relief, try out a new mattress based on your sleeping position. Don't forget to check out our selection of mattress toppers, wedge pillows, and adjustable bed frames to get the most out of your sleep.
The right mattress material to help you sleep better
Aside from firmness levels, you also have quite a few choices when it comes to what your mattress is made of. Each type of material offers its own benefits. Do you have allergies? Are you a hot sleeper? Consider the features of each type along with your sleep tendencies as you choose your ideal mattress material.
Foam: Most contemporary foam mattresses and foam pillows are made of memory foam, a porous, dense material that conforms closely to your shape as your body heat warms it. Memory foam tends to retain heat but doesn't transfer motion. If you wake easily when your partner moves or get cold when you sleep, this mattress material may be the right choice for you. It's also great if you suffer from nighttime allergies, as the material can keep dust mites and other allergens at bay. Keep in mind that memory foam is very heavy, so it's difficult to rotate or flip these mattresses without someone else's help.
Spring or coil: When you think of a traditional mattress, a spring design is likely what you imagine. The interiors of these mattresses feature wrapped, upholstered coils between various levels of padding, and they may or may not have pillow tops — a layer of padding sewn over the surface you sleep on. Thanks to the coil pockets, these mattresses have better air circulation and can keep you cooler if you tend to sleep hot. They're often softer and bouncier than the denser, firmer memory foam styles.
Hybrid: Boasting a combination of inner springs and outer memory foam padding, hybrid mattresses come in a wide range of firmness options. They typically don't last as long as other mattress designs, but they're an ideal choice if you need a balanced blend of support and cushioning.
Gel: Like memory foam mattresses, gel mattresses are also formed from a spongy foam material. However, their foam is infused with tiny gel particles that may only be present in an upper layer or may be distributed throughout the entire mattress. This makes gel designs softer, with more cushioning than traditional memory foam. These mattresses also benefit from improved airflow thanks to the gel, so they can keep you cooler at night, making them a great choice for hot sleepers.
Latex: Like many other mattresses, latex designs are also crafted from foam — in this case, it's made of latex. These mattresses don't hug your body as much as memory foam, and they return to their original shape quickly when you get out of bed. If you're a back sleeper and are looking for a firmer mattress, latex makes an excellent choice.
Shop our selection of mattresses at everyday low prices from brands you know and love, like Tempur-Pedic, Serta, Sealy, Beautyrest, and more.
Pillows and bedding to complete your sleep oasis
No bed is complete without pillows, sheets, or comforters. Just like the mattress itself, there's plenty of options to choose from so you'll get the best rest from your bed. Here's some popular choices:
Hypoallergenic: Congestion, coughing, sneezing, and itching can disrupt your sleep. But if you suffer from allergies, your bedding may be the culprit. To help reduce the symptoms of allergies, look for hypoallergenic sheets and pillows. Made of both natural or synthetic fibers, this type of bedding can reduce allergens and dust mites, enhancing the quality of your sleep.
Anti-snoring pillows: Snoring can disrupt sleep for both you and your partner. There are many causes of snoring, but sleeping position may be a factor. Sleeping on your side instead of your back or stomach may help to stop someone from snoring. Check out the selection of wedge and side sleeper pillows to help you get a better sleep.
Too warm: If you're a hot sleeper, being too warm can disrupt your sleep. To keep you cool while you catch some Zs, check out the selection of cooling blankets, sheets, and pillows. Gel foam mattresses and toppers can also keep your temperature down, and blackout curtains can help from making your room too hot.
Too cold: If you shiver when you're trying to sleep, look for sheets made of a heavy material like fleece or flannel. If that's not enough, add a down comforter to your bed. When it gets extra chilly out, you can also add the warmth of a heated or electric blanket on top.