If you’re fed up with sleeping poorly, chances are your mattress is to blame. The same mattress that works well for one person does not necessarily suit another, which is why there are so many brands, styles, and comfort levels to choose from these days. The key is finding the best mattress for your unique needs and preferences.
When you walk into the Wildcat Mattress showroom, you’ll be greeted by our sleep experts. We’ll listen carefully to your concerns and assist you in finding the perfect mattress for you. Whether you have back pain or circulatory issues, and whether you’re a side sleeper, stomach sleeper, or back sleeper, you can find the right mattress for you here at Wildcat Mattress.
Back pain sufferers have long been told that they ought to sleep on a very firm mattress to give their aching backs the proper support. But actually, many sleepers with back pain find that medium-firm mattresses offer better comfort while still providing plenty of support. It’s generally advisable to select an innerspring mattress, rather than a foam or latex mattress.
Neck pain and stiffness can often be attributed sleeping on the wrong mattress. The wrong mattress forces the spine out of a neutral alignment, which exerts excessive pressure on the spinal bones in the neck. For sleepers with neck pain, a moderate approach is best. Avoid mattresses that are too hard and those that are too soft. Mattresses that are too soft will cause the body to sink and those that are too hard will exert excessive pressure on the sacrum, shoulders, and back of the head.
If you have concerns about your blood circulation during your sleep, you’re certainly not alone. The weight of a sleeper reduces the flow of blood through the capillaries beneath the skin. This triggers the nerve cells to instruct the brain to roll you over into a different position, thereby disrupting sleep. For uninterrupted sleep, it’s best to choose a mattress that allows for even distribution of pressure. Adjustable mattresses are also ideal.
Back sleepers have unique mattress needs. They need a mattress that closely conforms to the shape of the body to reduce pressure points, yet they also need a mattress that is sufficiently firm so as not to allow the lower back to slouch. A medium-firm innerspring, memory foam, or latex mattress might work best for back sleepers.
Side sleeping is best for spinal alignment, yet it can also lead to painful pressure points. Side sleepers can get their best night’s sleep on a mattress that alleviates pressure on the hip and shoulder joints. It’s generally advisable to avoid a mattress with a firmer comfort level than medium-firm.
Stomach sleepers tend to have a challenging time finding a comfortable mattress. In fact, sleeping on one’s stomach is considered the worst possible position for spinal alignment. Not only is the neck typically turned to one side, but the pelvic region generally sinks. This is why stomach sleepers may do well on a firmer mattress.
Finding the right mattress for a couple is challenging because each partner could have different preferences and concerns. In general, couples tend to be happier on king size mattresses that minimize vibration and bouncing transference from one side of the bed to the other. When couples vary considerably in their comfort level preferences, an adjustable mattress might be best.
No matter which mattress style you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it at Wildcat Mattress. There’s a good reason why we’re the only mattress store in the area to get nothing but five-star reviews from our customers. It’s because we always put our customers first. From our attentive representatives to our on-site warehouse (which means we can pass even more savings on to you), the satisfaction of our customers is our only priority.
Call Wildcat Mattress today at 859-887-2552 or stop by our showroom just outside of Lexington. Be sure to ask us about our free delivery service, free financing, and free box spring offer.