by Dylan Bowen July 20, 2022 2 min read
When it comes to mattresses, it seems that most people are firmly on one side or the other. Those in the hard centre may be sold on the advantages of firm mattresses. They aid the body’s natural alignment during sleep and disperse weight more evenly. A firm mattress is also good for back and stomach sleepers, as they sustain the spine and stop your bottom half from dropping lower than the rest of the body.
However, if you usually go for a firm mattress, don’t automatically dismiss softer ones the next time you’re mattress shopping, because soft mattresses actually offer some particular perks.
Unsurprisingly, comfort is one of the key factors in sleep quality. It goes without saying that if you’re not comfortable, you’re going to have more trouble settling and drifting off to sleep and many of us simply don’t find hard mattresses that comfortable. If you’re a light sleeper, you might find a softer mattress more comfortable, which will enable you to have a better night’s sleep.
Soft mattresses aren’t firm which makes them ideal for individuals who have muscle aches and joint aches. Also, soft mattresses provide more support to your joints and muscles too. Soft mattresses can help align your hips as they are lighter in support and are great for hip pain too.
It is much easier to move soft mattresses around different rooms and homes rather than traditional mattresses which are quite difficult to move around.
Soft mattresses relieve back pain and relieve pressure. Soft mattresses are also great for light sleepers. Light sleepers may find it difficult to fall asleep on a firmer mattress, which is why softer mattresses are great. Soft mattresses also improve the overall quality of sleep.
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