Back Care Mattress Range

Sleeping on the wrong mattress can cause or worsen lower back pain. Lack of support from a mattress reinforces poor sleeping posture, strains muscles and does not help keep the spine in alignment, all

Choosing the right mattress for back support.

Sleeping on the wrong mattress can cause or worsen lower back pain. Lack of support from a mattress reinforces poor sleeping posture, strains muscles and does not help keep the spine in alignment, all of which contribute to low back pain.


Sleep comfort is also sacrificed if a mattress does not match one's individual preferences. A mattress that provides both comfort and back support helps reduce low back pain, allowing the structures in the spine to really rest and rejuvenate during the night.

With the vast variety of mattresses on the market, choosing the right mattress can be difficult. When choosing a new mattress think of the follow three things to help choose the best mattress for both back support and sleep comfort:
ewer mattress type. They consist of an innerspring coil system with a memory foam or latex topper, combining two popular mattresses into one.

Rotating them is essential to longevity and care. It's recommended that you rotate with the seasons, every quarter. Simply rotate it end to end or 180 degrees.

Important! Hybrid mattresses are heavier than a traditional mattress, so have someone help you at all times.

It's Personal

Personal preference should ultimately determine what mattress is best. There is no single mattress style or type that works for all people with low back pain. Any mattress that helps someone sleep without pain and stiffness is the best mattress for that individual. Patients with low back pain should choose the mattress that meets their standards for comfort and support and allows them to get a good night’s sleep.

It's what's on the inside that matters.

Understand and inquire about the physical components of the mattress. The coils or inner springs of a mattress provide the support. Different mattresses vary in their number and arrangement of coils. Padding on top of the mattress comes in many different thicknesses. Mattress depths typically range anywhere from 30 to 40 cm deep. Choosing the number of coils, type of padding and mattress depth should be determined by individual preferences.