by Khulsum Khanom February 08, 2022 2 min read
Sleeping on your side is a very common position to sleep in, it is the most popular sleeping position out of all of the sleeping positions, with 74% percentage of the population being side sleepers. While there are pros and cons to all sleeping positions, side sleepers also have pros and cons because of their sleeping positions.
If you are a side sleeper it is suggested that you get a mattress that is medium to firm in terms of firmness of a mattress, preferable a medium to firm memory foam mattress, because you want a mattress that supports your neck, your shoulders, your hips, your spine, and your joints, that is something that a medium-firm memory foam mattress can offer you.
When it comes to finding the right amount of firmness of a mattress as a side sleeper it is very important if a mattress is too soft or if the mattress is too firm. A medium-firm mattress helps support the areas that are more likely to sink when you sleep like your hips and your shoulders, and if you are a side sleeper these are some of the places that need the most support whilst you sleep. This type of mattress will support the natural alignment of your spine, thus giving you extra back/hip support. If your mattress is too firm, then it will put pressure on parts of your back thus making it painful to sleep on your back.
Making sure that you get the right size bed is important as side sleepers tend to take up more space than a front or back sleepers. To get the best mattress for you, there are some things that need to be considered, such as body type and weight, typically if you are a side sleeper, the best mattress type is a medium-firm memory foam mattress as it will contour your body perfectly, but it will also provide you with the support that you and your body need.
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