10-inch Or A 12-inch Mattress?
Find out whether you should get a 10 inch or a 12inch mattress depending on what criteria fits you.
Some people sleep on their bed by themselves whilst other prefer having a companion by their side as they sleep, sharing a bed means that your mattress will have to provide you with double the support. If there is more pressure applied to a mattress it will require more thickness to ensure that it doesn’t wear out as fast as a thin mattress would, so if there are two people sleeping on a mattress together then a 12-inch mattress is recommended just so the mattress doesn’t sag as easily. This is because, if you have a thicker mattress, it would mean that you would have thicker bases that will be able to support to people oppose to getting a thinner mattress and having it tear before you can even break into it, since thinner mattresses aren't made to support more than one person at a time.
Ensuring a longer lifespan for your mattress means that you must pick the right mattress for your body, picking out the right mattress also means that you are able to get the best sleep and comfort as possible. However if you get a mattress that is too soft and it the mattress type is unable to evenly distribute you weight it could mean that the mattress will sink therefore, loosing and hip/back support that you thought you were going to get from the mattress.
If you are a heavier sleeper then a 12-inch mattress is would be the recommended thickness of a mattress for you, and if you are a light weight sleeper then a 10-inch mattress would be recommended for you.
If you are someone that if fairly short then getting a thick mattress may be a little difficult for you to get onto your bed as a thicker mattress will mean that you need a thick bed frame to support the mattress, so when buying a mattress that is 12 inches thick do consider this as something that may occur for you.