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How You Sleep Matters
Many back sleepers like firmer mattresses because they provide support to the back and neck, while eliminating uneven pressure that can cause lower back discomfort.
Softer mattresses can contour to your body's curves to relieve pressure points and help keep your spine aligned. A mattress that's too soft or firm may cause you to awake with a sore back.
A mix of firmness and cushion evenly distributes weight and eases stress on pressure points. A medium-firm mattress can prevent an arching back and support your torso for better spine alignment.
Mixed sleepers need to be comfortable in any position. Consider a mattress that's soft enough for side sleeping but with enough support when you're on your back or stomach.
Comfort Type Matters
Firm mattresses have a tighter weave and less padding than other comfort levels. This type of mattress will provide less give under the weight of your body and is popular with many back sleepers.
Cushion firm mattresses have extra layers of upholstery on the top of the mattress to provide additional cushioning. Cushion firm can range in feel from firmer to more plush so you can choose which is most comfortable for you.
Plush mattresses have a generous amount of cushioning and help soothe pressure points throughout your body as you sleep. Side sleepers often favor this comfort level.
Mattress Type Matters
An innerspring mattress uses different steel core constructions to create varying degrees of support. Springs can be interwoven into a single piece or individually wrapped. A variety of spring shapes, guages and counts are available.
Hybrid mattresses combine elements of innerspring and memory foam construction. What that means is you'll get the support of an innerspring mattress as well as a foam surface that conforms to your body's curves.
Memory foam mattresses use state-of-the-art technology to conform to your body and evenly distribute your weight. The latest innovations also help with climate control and body temperature regulation.
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You spend a third of your life sleeping, which is why the right mattress can make the other two-thirds that much better. It's not just about getting a great night's sleep; it's also about having a better day the next morning. With a restful sleep comes the energy to tackle your goals for the day ahead, putting your life's dreams that much closer. Sears knows how much your dreams matter to you. Shop our mattress sales and a great night's sleep is within reach.
Determining the best mattress for you is a matter of personal comfort. There are a variety of sizes to choose from, including twin, full, queen and king. In addition, mattresses are available with different levels of firmness. Choose from ultra plush, plush, cushion firm and firm. Firmer mattresses are often recommended for those who sleep on their backs or stomach, while softer mattresses work well for those who primarily sleep on their sides. It's also helpful to keep your sleeping tendencies in mind when shopping for bed pillows in order to get the proper support for your head and neck.
Different mattress types provide different support. Types include innerspring, hybrid and memory foam. Innerspring mattresses use a steel coil system and the more coils there are, the more support the mattress offers. Memory foam contours to the shape of the sleeper and then returns to its original form, while hybrid mattresses combine innerspring support with foam technology. You can pair your mattress with a box spring for additional height and support but whether you opt for bed and mattress sets or individual pieces, you'll be able to find the perfect mattress to provide support night after night.