We all agree that an orthopedic mattress is indicated as it provides the proper support for our back, keeping our body aligned and reducing pressure points. Overall this is a highly recommended option for anyone who has symptoms of back pain in the morning or generally requires an orthopedic mattress. Our research shows that people with back problems often tend to be highly satisfied with a memory foam mattress Infact studies show that 20% of people who own one experience some sort of joint pain relief. Going back to the point of firm vs. soft, one of the most important features to look out for when choosing the best mattress for back pain is deciding the density of the foam. The springs give body to the mattress while the memory foam moulds to fit your body shape.
There are other orthopedic mattresses which offer full body support, such as the pocket sprung (also known as pocketed coil). In our opinion a pocket sprung can be good for orthopedic support and pain treatment, however these cannot rival the superiority of memory foam or latex. Of our mattress reviews this has to be one of the best rated not only within our team but also amongst verified buyers too. Of the top 6 shortlisted reviews this comes mighty close to topping the list as one of the best mattresses for back pain so far in 2015.
DreamFoam’s 12″ thick naturally hypoallergenic, dust-mite resistant and antimicrobial Talalay latex mattress is custom tailored to your desired firmness. Considering that the key to a successful orthopedic mattress lies within the firmness characteristics, we cannot currently think of a better product or service for people who suffer from either mild to chronic joint and back pains. The natural bamboo, cotton blended breathable cover regulates humidity and heat, providing a cool, silky sleep surface. This is what an Orthopedic mattress is designed to provide for a much longer period.
After years of sleep research and hundreds of mattress reviews we still have to give credit to Amerisleep’s Colonial 14″ plant-based natural memory foam model; wherever you read reviews of this beauty it’ll appear as one of the best rated. There are no pressure points and you don’t sink into it either which means it’s a good mattress for sciatic nerve pain, fibromyalgia and other joint related pains. Memory foam ensures that whatever your body shape, you’ll get a perfect fit from this mattress.
Currently only available in Twin, Full and California King, this is an all American top quality product which compares to big expensive brands but at half the price. Our research into buyer verified reviews confirm a high level of owner satisfaction and that after years of ownership the Amerisleep Colonial remains as firm and sag-less as it was on the first day of purchase. A newly designed product boasting a whopping 6 layered gel memory foam structure, and at a bargain price too.
The queen size Therapeutic totals 12″ thickness made with 5 inches of 5.3 lbs high-density memory foam on top of a 7″ base layer made from a highly resilient support foam. The Serta Perfect Sleeper is the only official mattress of the National Sleep Foundation ( NSF ). It was designed with input from the NSF to help address mattress the 5 most common sleep problems which are: undisturbed sleep, pressure relieving comfort, proper back support, a balanced sleeping temperature, and preventative roll-off and sagging. The first orthopedic mattresses on the market were, indeed, designed followed orthopedic principles to be therapeutic for bad backs.
This 10″ Tuft and Needle mattress is a relatively new product on the market from a No.1 top-rated company which has been causing quite some hype in recent times. In this case the Tuft and Needle 10 has been continually crowned the best mattress for lower back pain due to it’s not too firm and not too soft trademark comfort level. Whilst there is no single best” mattress for people with a bad back, joints or hips, there are definitely ones that do the job better than others.