Different Bed Styles You Need to Be Familiar With

Different bed styles

To enjoy our much-needed sleep, you need to find the right bed. Aside from the support and comfort that the bed can give you, one important consideration that you should keep in mind is its style.

After all, you would want to make your bedroom your sleeping haven, right? Well, doing that involves choosing a bed style that would suit your personality and the look of your room the best.

Well, I have both good and bad news for you. The good news is, there are lots of different bed styles in the market. The bad news is, there are so many of them that you would surely find it difficult to choose one that would suit your needs the best.

Well, don’t you worry. In this article, you will get to know the differences between these bed styles along with their pros and cons:

The Different Bed Styles Available in the Market

Below are some of the widely available bed style options that you can find:

1. Box Spring Bed

Box Spring Bed

Box Spring Bed

Let us begin this list with the most traditional bed style of all—the box spring bed. The bed features a wooden frame covered with cloth. This type of bed uses a box spring for its support system. A good thing about using box spring is it gives a consistently flat surface for the mattress on the market to be placed on.

Another function of the box spring is to absorb the impact and shock as well as reduce the wear of the mattress.

When the height of the box spring and the thickness of the mattress are combined, it also gives the bed a significant amount of boost on its elevation. The increase in height makes it easier for the user to get in and out of their beds.

But if you don’t like your bed to be elevated, you will be glad to know that box springs usually come in different heights, ranging from high profile to low profile.

If you have a few questions about the use of box spring, please watch this video:

2. Platform Bed

Let us second that with the simplest and most common style of all—the platform bed. This bed style features wooden slats that will uphold your mattress without any need for box spring so fundamentally, and it is a lot lighter and more affordable than the traditional bed.

Another advantage of this bed style is it delivers flexible support to the mattress, increasing the mattress’ breathability and at the same time, airing out unwanted odor from the mattress. These simple benefits allow the mattress to stay at its tip-top shape for plenty of years to come.

3. Panel Bed

The panel bed similarly looks like the platform bed. However, this one has a footboard and a headboard that is made of flat panels of wood. Just like the platform bed, this does not utilize a box spring, so it also offers the same benefit as the first bed style.

They only differ with their appearances. The panels of this bed are framed using raised grooves or molding that resembles the appearance of traditional wood paneling. This bed style is available in both wood-stained or painted finishes.

4. Sleigh Bed

If there is one bed frame that you would call classy and elegant, this is definitely it. Its height and construction are almost the same as a platform or panel bed. The only difference is that its headboard and footboard are curved outward, making it look like a horse sleigh.

This bed style is made from different materials, but the most common material would be wood. It is also made from different wood variations ranging from light oak wood to dark mahogany wood.

5. Four-Poster Bed

If you need a majestic and royalty-looking bed, the best options for you would be the four-posted bed. It is called as such because it features high posters on the four sides of the bed.

These beds are popular in the early centuries and can undoubtedly make a great statement in your bedroom. But one thing that you should keep in mind when choosing this bed style is the fact that it will consume too much space and is, therefore, not suitable for rooms with small spaces.

6. Pencil Poster

This is a modified version of the four-poster bed. Just like the previous bed, it also has high posts on the four sides of the bed. However, this one has posts that are thinner at the top and broader at the bottom.

The pointed top allows the designer to embellish the poles in any way they want. The design of the bed’s footboard and headboard can be anything you want.

7. Canopy Bed

Canopy bed is the modern version of the four-poster bed

Canopy bed is the modern version of the four-poster bed

This is the modern version of the four-poster bed. For this bed style, the four posters are connected with a beam to make them look connected and to create a frame around the bed. Oftentimes, this bed frame is draped with different types of fabric to cover the bed from all sides, giving the user privacy.

This bed style is known for its romantic and fairy-tale appeal which makes it most popular with girls’ rooms.

Have you seen the beds in the room of a princess or a queen in TV shows? Well, that is what a canopy bed is. But instead of wood, most canopy beds that you can find nowadays are made more modern with the use of metal.

For more decorative ideas for your canopy bed, watch this video:

8. Modern Canopy Bed

Traditional canopy beds have thick frames. Well, the contemporary canopy beds that you can see nowadays have thinner frames. Since these are thinner, you cannot expect them to have as many decorations as you can find in most canopy beds. Because of this, this type of bed is perfect for minimalists.

9. Metal Canopy

In addition to thinner wooden frames, you can now find canopy beds made of metal. If you can’t expect thinner wooden frames to look decorative, then it is impossible for the manufacturers to engrave something on thin metal frames.

So instead of embellishments, the manufacturers decided to be creative with the materials used by adding curves to the metal design of the bed instead of the simple box shape that most canopy beds have.

10. Half Tester Bed

Many people consider this to be a part of the canopy bed family. However, it looks much different from most canopy beds because it only has high posters on the upper sides of the bed.

This bed has a rectangular wooden box on top of the poles. This covers only 1/3 to ¼ part of the bed. This entire portion is covered by majestic-looking curtains like the ones you can find in the movies.

You may not see this bed style quite frequently these days because it was a favorite way back then—during the Victorian era. This is a perfect option for those people who want to take advantage of the beauty of the canopy without consuming too much space.

11. Mission

This a bed style that has become quite popular during the 19th century. It was initially used in decorating chairs and living room furniture, but after a few years, it has invaded the bedroom furniture industry too.

The mission design focuses on the horizontal and vertical lines on flat wooden panels. It is meant to highlight the grain of the wood, especially that of the oak. You can find these designs on both the floorboard and headboard of the mission-style beds.

12. Cottage Bed

From its name, you know we are referring to beds that feature a cozy, warm and old-fashioned appeal. The good thing about cottage beds is that they are mainly made of wood, and this material is most likely painted.

Most of these beds come in the color white, but you can also find them in pastel colors, making it a perfect option for a nursery or a little girl’s room. When it comes to carvings, cottage beds are kept as simple as possible which has become a big part of their appeal.

13. Vintage Bed

No, the bed does not necessarily have to be vintage, but manufacturers have found a way to make the bed look more vintage. They do this by copying the curvatures of vintage beds. Oftentimes, these beds come in washed/ off-white color.

14. Coastal Bed

If you want your bed to give you a feel of the beach, then the coastal style is what you need. Coastal beds are wooden beds that have vertically arranged wooden slats at its headboard and footboard.

But if you wish to maximize the beach vibe of your room, the best thing that you can do is to clothe your mattress and pillows with blue and white covers.

15. Industrial Bed

Industrial style is another trend that is conquering the home industry. These are made of industrial metal—not the polished ones. That is why these beds look unfinished and pretty basic. In fact, it looks like the beds are made of water pipes that have no frills or embellishments.

If you like the industrial feel, then this is the bed for you. If you also want to do DIY projects, this is one project that you should give a shot.

16. French Bed

You can expect the French bed to be the most romantic looking bed of all

You can expect the French bed to be the most romantic looking bed of all

Paris is the most romantic city in the world so you can expect the French bed to be the most romantic looking bed of all. Instead of a pure wooden headboard and footboard, this bed has upholstery on those parts.

To make the bed look as romantic as possible, makers incorporate a few buttons and accents on the sides or around the frame of the bed.

17. Santiago Bed

If you are into old-world designs, then this is one bed that you may want to consider. This bed design is probably one of the most majestic beds you can ever see simply because its footboard and headboard takes on a shape of the crown.

This type of bed is perfect for a classic- looking room with only minimal decorations since the bed, in itself, is already a piece of art, won’t you agree?

18. Adjustable Bed

Are you a combination sleeper? Do you usually toss and turn at night? If so, then the adjustable bed is the right one for you.

The great thing about adjustable beds is that it allows you to adjust the mattress to customize the support and position of the mattress. Under the mattress is a mechanism that enables the user to raise or lower either or both the foot- and head- end of the bed.

This bed style is typical in hospital settings but has also become popular in the home industry. Aside from the support, it can also help the person maintain proper spine alignment which makes it suitable for people suffering from muscle, back and neck aches.

19. Storage Bed

If the last two bed styles that we have tackled are not meant for small spaces, the storage bed is exclusively designed for small rooms. From its name, this bed is developed to provide extra storage to the owners.

Instead of leaving the bottom part of the bed empty, manufacturers incorporated drawers and other storage solutions under the bed. You can place towels, bed covers, pillow sheets and underwear in these extra storage spaces.

Some manufacturers go all out by designing storage beds that have storage solutions in the full length and width of the mattress. All that you have to do is pull the mattress up, and you will already have access to the storage underneath it.

To maintain the stylish look of the bed, they wrapped these drawers with faux or real leather.

In short, the storage bed is a traditional bed with storage capabilities. Because of this added feature, storage beds are considered to be more expensive than platform or panel beds.

20. Sofa Bed

Another multi-functional bed style on our list is the sofa bed which can perform the functions of a sofa in the day and that of a bed at night. The entire bed is built inside of the couch, and when night time comes, all that you have to do is to pull the mattress out and fold it down.

This is the bed of choice of people living in condominiums and small houses. It is also a recommended bed style if you love to have guests over, but you do not have a spare room for them at your home.

21. Ottoman Bed

This has a unique design and is far different than that of the sofa bed, but they have the same purpose—to save space.

During the day, the bed looks like the usual ottoman/ footrest. At night, it can be converted into a thin but supportive bed. This is done by removing the cover of the ottoman and pull out the folding bed placed inside it. Pretty neat, right?

The ottoman can be made from different materials. The most common materials used are leather and microfiber.

22. Day Bed

Daybeds are similar to sofa beds in the sense that it can also serve as a couch in the morning and a bed at night. The only difference is that the daybed does not have to be transformed or shifted to a couch.

With its headboard, a day bed looks like a typical bed that is cut in half crosswise. Another difference is that this bed style has armrests too which would come handy when it is used as a couch.

With the size of this bed, it is the bed of choice for home offices, guest rooms or other spare rooms in the house.

23. Murphy Bed

Named after William L. Murphy, another successful attempt at space saving bed styles is the Murphy bed. Thanks to its foldable nature, you can easily conceal this bed in the morning by folding it into your walls, cabinets and the likes. In this way, you can take advantage of the extra space that it creates when it is not in use.

At night, all that you have to do is to pull down the bed, and you can enjoy its massive space and comfort.

To know more about murphy beds, please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8trJEydqNM

24. Bunk Bed

Also called as mid sleeper, this bed style is designed to save horizontal space and at the same time, accommodate many people inside a small area. This is made up of two layers of bed frames placed atop of each other. The top frame is supported by a ladder which also provides the user with the access he needs.

Many parents opt for this bed style for their kid’s rooms. If you plan to invest in a bed that you can use for a long time, you can go for ones that have the option to be separated into two single beds—a feature that would come handy for you in the future when the kids have all grown up.

25. L-Shaped Bunk Bed

An updated version of the bunk bed is the L-shaped bunk bed. Just like the bunk bed, it has two beds. But instead of two beds on top of each other, the two beds are both on top and arranged in an L-shape manner.

At the bottom part of the bunk, there can be two more beds, but most users opt for a futon that can turn into a single massive bed.

Again, this is one great choice for a room with plenty of kids.

26. Twin Over Full Bunk

The bunk bed is one of the most common space-saving bed designs in the market

The bunk bed is one of the most common space-saving bed designs in the market

The bunk bed is one of the most common space-saving bed designs in the market and because of its effectiveness, bed manufacturers have created updated versions of the classic bunk bed design and the Twin Over Full Bunk Bed is one of them.

Just like the bunk, it accommodates two to three sleepers at the bottom part and a single sleeper on the top. This is recommended for units with one bedroom (the couple can sleep at the bottom portion while they kid sleeps at the top part).

27. Futon Bunk

This type of bunk has a twin bed on top and a futon at the bottom. The good thing about having a futon at the bottom is that you can use it for sitting in the day and a bed at night.

This bunk is ideal for rooms with limited space but is in need of both sitting and sleeping areas.

28. Trundle Bed

This type takes the bunk bed into a whole new level. Just like a bunk bed, this bed style has two beds placed on top of each other. But the biggest surprise is, the lower bunk bed has another bed stowed underneath it. So it is like having three beds but consuming only the space of one.

After all, you can just push the stowaway bed under the lower bunk bed when you no longer need it.

29. Bunk with Trundle

This is the crème de la crème of all the bunk types that you can ever see in this list. Why is this so? Well, this is because it can not only help you save horizontal space—it can also provide you with extra storage solutions as well.

This bed features the classic bunk design (two beds on top of each other). Its only difference is it has another pullout bed at the bottom of the lower bunk bed.

30. Cabin Bed

This belongs to the same family as the bunk bed. In fact, they are designed almost the same way with a top bed and all. But instead of having another bed in the lower portion, the cabin bed has storage cabinets or drawers.

Since the design of this bed helps to save on horizontal space, this option is perfect for a small kid’s room.

31. Loft Bed

Another addition in the horizontal space-saving beds is the loft bed. This looks like a bunk bed but with only one bed frame that is supported by either wooden or iron rods. The top bed frame is placed higher than a bunk bed. In fact, it is positioned almost half of the horizontal space of the room, making it look like a second floor.

This design allows the user to free the space underneath the bed so he can use it to his liking. The most common options would be to place either a study table, futon or sofa or a wardrobe.

Just like the bunk beds, the user is provided access to the top bed through a stair or ladder.

32. Air Bed

Do you love to camp or sleep in the living room? If yes, then you may want to invest in an air bed. These beds are inflatable and covered with fabric-reinforced urethane plastic. These do not have frames so they are highly portable and can be placed anywhere inside your home or you can bring it when you camp out.

33. Water Bed

This type of bed has no frames and features a sleeping pad that is filled with water. The waterbed has healing elements that can treat various issues like sleep disorders, back problems, and even, asthma.

Thanks to the water inside the bed, it can deliver enough support to the critical points in the different muscles in our body.

This type of bed was initially developed for medical therapies, but now it has garnered popularity in the domestic section.

34. Feather Bed

Feather bed

Feather bed

Do you like your bed to be incredibly soft and comfortable? That is what the feather bed is for. This is a type of topper that is placed over the mattress to make it a lot softer and comfier. Some users claim that the use of this bed topper makes them feel as if they are sleeping on a cloud.

One problem with using a feather bed is that it needs to be fluffed often. This is because feathers tend to stockpile on specific areas, primarily when used excessively.

35. Hammock

This is a bed style that is not commonly found in most homes, but you may usually see it on camping sites. It is also one of the unique bed designs that you will ever see.

Just like the ones in the camping site, the hammock bed design is made of a stretchy material that expands when the user lies on it. But instead of hanging on a tree (just like in campsites), the hammocks that you can find on most homes are attached to a makeshift frame.

36. Hanging Bed

Do you know what a hammock is? Well, a hanging bed is similar to it except for the fact that instead of just a thick fabric, you have a full-sized, highly supportive and comfortable bed hanging on the room.

This is an actual bed that is attached to the ceiling through a rope then connected to the floor with a ladder.

The best thing about this bed is that you can customize its height. If you build it high enough, you can place a desk or bookshelf underneath it. But if you don’t want it to be too high, you can hang it lower to the ground.

One unique thing about this bed is that it adds a tropical resort-like vibe to the room.

37. Sleeping Bag

Let us not forget about the most basic bed design of all—the sleeping bag. Just like the hammock, you can also usually find it in camping sites. Thanks to its portability, it is generally used by travelers when they are camping and hiking.

The sleeping bag in campsites is different from that in houses. At houses, the sleeping bags look similar to that of a zipped blanket that has built-in cushioning in the head and neck area. If the support in the neck area is not enough for you, you can use neck pillow for bed.

These sleeping bags, nowadays, come in different sizes, shapes, and colors. The vast array of playful options make it suitable for toddlers.

38. Cot Bed/ Crib

Cot bed is another bed that is specially designed for babies

Cot bed is another bed that is specially designed for babies

This is another bed that is specially designed for babies and toddlers. This bed style is different from all the other styles in the sense that it has a high boundary at its edges. The height of these edges is designed to deliver protection to kids so they won’t fall out of the bed.

These beds are usually made with wood, but you can now find that some of them are manufactured from metals. To make the cot more comfortable and entertaining to its user, most parents decorate it with dangling rattles and toys.

39. Folding Bed

Folding beds can also be referred to as cot, but the cot that we previously mentioned is a lot different from a folding bed. This bed style features a thin mattress (either single or double size) attached to a thin, foldable metal frame.

This space-saving, portable bed comes handy when you have guests over for dinner and can only be folded and stored in a small part of your home when not in use. Same with the sleeping bag, a folding bed can also be used in campsites.

In Summary

Wow, almost 40 bed styles made it into this list (and I firmly believe that there are more to it than we know)! When you are faced with so many styles, designs, and shapes, it can be challenging to choose which bed to choose for your home.

To help you with choosing the right bed type, we would like to remind you of the few factors that you should take into consideration. Such factors include the space in your home, the interior design of your home, the level of support and comfort that you are looking for, who will be using the bed, and of course, the budget that you have.

We do hope that this simple reminder and the comprehensive information about bed styles that we have provided you will help you find the best bed style or design for your needs. We wish you the best of luck with your search!

How Long Does a Mattress Last?

Do you know “How long does a mattress last?” Here we tell you the answer to this question along with methods to increase the life of a mattress.


Buying a mattress is not an easy step as the cost of mattresses is high and people only replace their mattress when the mattress it is no longer usable. So how long does a mattress last? Most of the mattresses last 10 years, however, with proper care they can last for up to 15 years. The health specialists advice that it is better to replace the mattress after ten years of usage for better health.

Following are a number of elements that you can consider while deciding about the life expectancy of your mattress:

Type of Mattress:

Every person who has good knowledge about the home accessories knows very well that there are different types of mattresses. Surprisingly, each of the mattress has a different material in it that means that the life expectancy of this also differs.

Let’s have a look at the various types to know better how much particular mattress fall in providing quality service to the person laying down on it:

  1. Air Mattress


The name of the mattress tells us about its drawback that it is not very efficient for holding the air pressure within it. It is because, with more usage of this product, leakage of air can start. Furthermore, the faulty built-in pump can lead to premature replacement of the mattress. In this way; the mattress can serve you for five years in all, and the need for the replacement would arise after the fifth year.

  1. Use of the Mattress


All single people who enjoy bouncing on the bed would like an inner spacing mattress. The metal wires in this type of mattress can sag, and the mattress will lose its support even if it is regularly rotated. You would stay satisfied with the service of the bed for around seven or eight years, and the need for the replacement would occur in the eighth or ninth year of the mattress usage.

  1. Use of the Mattress


When it is about the material that would sag comparatively lesser then only the memory foam mattress is made of such material. However, as it is not invincible. There is more need for ventilation and cleansing of this material. You can also rotate it for extending its life expectancy. These can last up to 10 years if used properly.

  1. Use of the Mattress


Now, the primary concern of people is the quality mattress that would provide quality as well as longevity. The latex mattress fulfills the desires of people as it contains natural, hypoallergenic property. The natural rubber of latex mattresses also has an anti-microbial feature. This means the mattress can serve you longer than the other types of mattresses that we have already mentioned.  You can enjoy the life of mattress for about fifteen years that means there is no need to be worried about replacing the bed after five or ten years.

What else Contributes to the Life of a Mattress?

The question plays a crucial role in further research about the life of the mattress. Yes, there are other factors that we have mentioned below:

  1. Cleaning on Regular Basis


Cleaning of the mattress is the very important factor because regular cleaning of it can maintain the quality of the product. Now the question arises that whether the users should clean the mattress themselves or hire a professional cleaning service? A person should understand that the invisible bacteria and fungi present on the mattress can damage the material by eating it slowly. This is why using a professional cleaning service is better.

  1. Use of the Mattress

It is common sense that the things we use the more do not last for a more extended period. If you use the mattress a lot and do not clean it, no matter the life expectancy is 15 years, it would tear out quickly.

If a person uses the bed for more than 10 hours a day and does not clean it and the other person uses it for less than 10 hours with regular cleaning, then the life of the second mattress would be more than the first one.

  1. Mattress Cleaning Products


The next factor that increases the mattress life is the cleaning products that a person uses for cleaning the mattress. You must know how to use different chemicals for cleaning different kinds of stain. However, it is important to remember that harsh and excessive use of chemicals can also lead to the minimization of the life of a mattress. A user should even use all the precautionary measures that would lower the risk of mattress damage.


There is no exact answer to the question “how long does a mattress last?” A mattress can last up to 15 years with proper cleaning and regular flipping and rotation. Apart from the material from which the mattress is made the stress it withstands like your weight or kids jumping on the bed play a very important role. If you wake up irritated, feel like the body is aching, and the mattress has visible sags then it’s time to change the mattress.

A Review of 6 Best Pillows for Stomach Sleepers (Updated 2019)

Best Bed Pillow


Sleeping habits are important for our health due to so many reasons. Our brain and other organs of the body regain their strength during sleep and make us refreshed and energetic for the day to come. As important as sleep is to our body, there are a few factors which cause disturbance in our sleep patterns. Sleep position is the most important factor of all, and the second factor is your pillow. That’s right, if your pillow is not comfortable, you might not get quality sleep during the night. Beauty sleep is not a myth and you will feel replenished with energy once you have had sound sleep.

Many of us like to sleep on your stomach because of how cozy and comfy we get while sleeping on our stomach. Some of the stomach sleepers complain about the problems of their spine and lower back pain. However, you can still get a slumber sleep even while sleeping on your stomach if you choose the right kind of pillow. Back pain and spinal pain issues can also be reduced if

you only focus on getting the right kind of pillow. There are every kind of pillows available in market for side sleeper, back sleeper and even specific pillows for stomach sleeper. You are going to find tips and reviews of the best pillows for stomach sleeper. Find out the best one for you and enjoy your sleep.

Stomach Sleeping (Good or Bad)

Stomach Sleeping

Like any other habit, stomach sleeping has its two sides, the good and bad. Let’s have a look at both of these sides.

The Good of Sleeping on your Stomach

Sleeping on your stomach is not always bad. It is mostly good for people who suffer from sleep apnea or snoring. Stomach sleeping keeps the snoring to a minimum, and so the sleep apnea also gets under control. If you snore then this sleeping position is good for you. However, the side effects of stomach sleeping superseded its positive outcomes.

The Bad of Sleeping on your Stomach

Most of the stomach sleeper experience pain in some part of the body. It could be back or lower back pain or even pain in your spine. Mayo Clinic has found out that most of the stomach sleepers also suffer neck pain because of the strain that is inflicted on the back of your neck. All the nerves go through the spine and strain on the spine can cause even more problems.

Experiencing tingly sensation and numbness can be one of those problems. It can worsen if you don’t pay attention towards your condition.

Stomach Sleeping for Pregnant Females

According to Health Line, mothers-to-be should avoid sleeping on their stomach because of the extra weight around their stomach. The pressure on your stomach by the baby between mattress and mom herself can be harmful to the baby. So it is a no-no for females who are expecting their child.

Who needs a belly stomach sleeper pillow?

People who have been used to sleep on their stomach for their entire life will certainly refuse to change your position. It is also because you can change your sleep position once you are comfortable with it. You can always get a stomach sleeper pillow which is designed especially for the people who refuse to give up the joyful experience of sleeping on their stomach.

Benefits of Thin Pillows and Slim Pillows for Stomach Sleepers

A stomach sleeper pillow is mostly thinner pillow as compared to a regular pillow. These pillows reduce the harmful effects of sleeping on your stomach if do not eliminate those effects altogether. A few of the benefits are given below.

  • The thing pillow creates a lesser curve which allows you pelvis to bend less.
  • A lower curve reduces the strain which stomach sleeping put on your back and neck and it is best for herniated disks.
  • The spine’s alignment gets better when you use thin stomach sleeper pillows, hence relieving you from pain.
  • You can easily breathe through the specifically designed fabric for more breath ability.
  • Your quality of sleep might be increased and you will feel better while waking up if you don’t have pain in your neck, back or spine.

Best Stomach Sleeping Pillows Comparison Table 2019

You can find some of the best stomach sleeping pillows in market or online, however, these are a few ones which (in our opinion) are best amongst all. Take a look at these and decide the best ones for yourself.

Pillow NameSizeMaterialQualitiesWeight
Elite RestUltra thin, 2.5 inchesMemory Foam + Cotton Cover

  • Hypoallergenic pillow

  • Anti-Microbial pillow

2.1 pounds

  • Bed Bug Resistant pillow

  • Anti-bacterial pillow

Coop Home


(Editor’s Choice)
Queen SizeVisco Elastic Memory Foam + Polyester and Rayon

  • Manufactured with CertiPUR – US Standards

  • Hypo-allergenic microfibe

  • Dust Mite Resistant

  • Washable pillow

  • 5 Year Warranty

3.5 pounds
The Pancake

Queen SizeCotton outer case

  • Manufactured with CertiPUR – US Standards

  • Hypo-allergenic microfiber

  • Dust Mite Resistant

  • Washable pillow

  • 5 Year Warranty

4.8 pounds
Snuggle PedicQueen SizeUltra Luxury Bamboo Shredded Memory Foam + Polyester and Lycra

  • Hypoallergenic

  • Machine Washable

  • Zipper Removable cover

  • Dust Mite Resistant

4.2 pounds
Sleep WhaleQueen SizeShredded Memory Foam + Polyester and Bamboo

  • Machine Washable

  • Dryer Safe

  • Hypoallergenic

  • Dust Mite Resistant

4.4 pounds
Extra Soft
Down Filled
(Editor’s Choice)
Standard Size230 TC Cambric Woven Cotton Case + Feather blend filling

  • Hypoallergenic

  • Machine Washable

  • Dryer Safe

  • 30 days money back guarantee

1 pounds

Top 6 Best Pillows for Stomach Sleepers

You might have trouble finding the best pillow for your comfy stomach sleeping position. We have made it easier for you to decide by pointing out qualities of top 6 best stomach sleeping pillows. These products are given below.

1. Extra Slim Pillow by Elite Rest

thinnest pillow

This is claimed to be the “thinnest pillow known to humankind” by Elite Rest. Its thickness is only 2.5 inches which makes it pretty thin. For a stomach sleeper, ultra thinness is the most endearing feature in a pillow. However, this is not the only quality the manufacturers are offering. This ultra slim pillow meets all the standards for a good pillow as it includes memory foam.


  • The pillow has memory foam.
  • Memory foam is hypoallergenic.
  • It is dust mite resistant and has anti microbial properties.
  • The pillow is also bed bug resistance.
  • Elite Rest gives extra importance to the satisfaction of its customer and gives you money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.


  • You might not feel anything under your head which may be a good thing for many but might not be comfortable for others.
  • It is not certified by CertiPUR.

2. CertiPUR Pillow by Coop Home Goods

CertiPUR Pillow

Wouldn’t it be great if you can change the thickness of your pillow according to your requirement? If you are too bored with your fixed pillows and want to have an adjustable one, this probably the best one for you.


  • It is fully adjustable pillow by Coop Home Goods.
  • It has shredded visco elastic memory foam which is adjustable and you can add or remove it according to you requirement.
  • Pretty great, huh! This is not enough, this amazing pillows also uses certified foam according to the CertiPUR standards.
  • These pillows are also eco friendly and do not include any ozone depleting elements.
  • It has all the qualities of the best stomach sleeper pillows like it is hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant and what not.


  • The adjustment of pillow by adding or removing of visco elastic might not always be feasible for everyone.

3. The Pancake Pillow

Pancake Pillow

While we are on the topic of adjustable pillows, the pancake pillow is also for the people who want to change the height of their pillow according to their requirement. Say good bye to neck pain and hello to a restful, refreshing and sound sleep. Some of the best qualities of the Panacake pillow is given below.


  • The best part about this pillow is that it is equally good for side sleepers, stomach sleepers and back sleepers.
  • Every pancake pillow consists of 6 inner layers of pillows and you can add or remove these layers according to your requirement.
  • As the name shows, the pancake pillow’s layers are as soft as a pancake.


  • It is not CertiPUR certified.
  • It does not follow any code of eco-friendliness.

4. Snuggle-Pedic Pillow

Snuggle-Pedic Pillow

This one is also for the people who are too concerned about the ozone layer depletion because it is also made by keeping in mind the international eco friendly standards. Some of the best qualities of the pillow are given below.


  • The pillow contains shredded style of memory foam which makes it super soft.
  • The memory foam would not let it go flat for a longer period of time.
  • The original manufacturers also offer you a 120 night sleep trial and you can get your money back if you are not satisfied.
  • It is a special made piece for snugglers because of its super soft making If you have come home after a long hard day and just want to hug super soft pillow and sleep peacefully and snuggle-pedic pillow will be there for you.
  • It is amazing for stomach sleepers because it provides support to the back and neck. The orthopedic support provided by this pillow reduces the pain and eventually the harmful effects of sleeping on your stomach.
  • Snuggle-pedic pillow is also washable in machine so you don’t have to dry clean it, just put it in the washing machine and it’s done. It is probably the most convenient deal offered.
  • It is hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant


  • It is not certified according to CertiPUR standards.

5. Sleep Whale Pillow

Sleep Whale Pillow

If you have breathing problems from your pillow then this one offers a better solution to you. You can read the best qualities of the pillow below.


  • This hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant pillow is highly breathable.
  • It uses shredded memory foam which also keeps the pillow from heating up during the night.
  • It is durable because of the 100% shredded foam used in its manufacturing as well as the polyester and bamboo used in the cover.
  • It is super soft and you will sleep heavenly in this amazing pillow.
  • The best part about sleep whale pillow is that you can change the shape according to your requirement.
  • You can sleep while providing maximum support to your head and neck.
  • It is the best option for stomach sleeper because it provides relief from back pain by providing support to your head and neck.
  • It is machine washable which makes it even better.


  • There is not certification available to prove that it follows CertiPUR’s standards.
  • No free trials or money back guarantees.

6. Down Filled Pillow

Down Filled Pillow

Have you ever imagine what it will be like to sleep on a cloud? If you have imagined that then extra soft down filled pillow is the answer to your question. The down filled pillow has following amazing qualities.

  • It is durable with cambric woven cotton casing and filled with 80% down and 20% feather.
  • It is designed especially for the stomach sleepers and you will have quality sleep while using this pillow.
  • Although the pillow is made with feathers but the sanitization process was kept in mind and that is why it is hypoallergenic.
  • The most amazing thing about the pillow is that its fabric is breathable yet hard enough to keep the feathers inside.
  • This super soft pillow allows your neck and head to rest at a certain angle which also supports the spine.
  • The stomach sleepers can sleep peacefully on this pillow without having to wake up with a neck pain.
  • It is also designed to keep the pillow cool during night so you could the best quality of sleep.


  • It is not adjustable which means you can change the height of pillow according to your requirement.
  • It does not follow CertiPUR standards and might not be eco-friendly.

Buying Guide

Buying Guide

At times, it is hard to choose the best stomach sleeper pillows from a variety of styles of sleeping pillows available in the market. You can easily choose the best ones if you focus on the following qualities while looking for the best stomach sleeping pillows.


It is the most important factor while deciding the stomach sleeping pillow. You have three choices when it comes to material.

1. Latex

Latex is firm and provides ultimate support for your body.


  • It is firm.
  • Supports your body like no other material
  • Dust mite resistant
  • Mold growth resistant


  • Might heat up
  • Not suitable for everyone as it might be too stiff and firm
  • Expensive than other materials

2. Foam

Foam is always a better and cheaper choice. Its pros and cons are given below.


  • Low maintenance
  • Cost effective
  • Supports body while sleeping
  • Molds the shape according to the requirement of sleeper’s body


  • Not highly durable
  • Not ultra hygienic as most of them are not fulfill the international standards of hypoallergenic

3. Memory Foam

Memory foam is choice of many now-a-days because of its comfort and low maintenance.


  • Molds the shape according to sleeper’s body
  • Remember the required shape by the sleeper’s body


  • Loses the shape
  • Not durable

How to Choose the Best Pillow for Front Sleepers?

There are other things which should be kept in mind too while deciding the best front sleeping pillow. A list of those important factors is given below:

1. Your Needs

Always keep your needs and requirement in your mind while shopping for a pillow or anything for that matter. A stomach sleeper will require a pillow which is suitable for her body posture and something that will support back and spine. Similarly, a person who is allergic to the certain material should avoid getting a pillow made of that.

2. Breathability

It is a necessary feature in a pillow, generally for every sleeper and specifically for stomach sleepers. A person who is sleeping on his belly will be keeping his mouth and nose on the pillow for the most part of the night. Hence it is important to get a pillow which has high breathability.

3. Budget

It is important to stay within your budget, and you can find pillows from cheaper ones to highly expensive ones. Keep in mind your budget restrictions and then buy the best one available in that range.

4. Thin

A stomach sleeper will always want a pillow which falls in the category of flat pillows. The reason is that it supports your posture more than any other pillow.

5. Temperature

Always find a pillow which uses cooling technology because you will be keeping it under your face as you will lay face down and it will help you keep cool to avoid any pillow problems.


The above mentioned reviews and tips will help you buy the best pillows available if you are a stomach sleeper. Even after all these suggestions the final choice will be yours because no one can understand your needs better than yourself. Most of these pillows come with trials and money back guarantees so you can choose the perfect one for yourself. So try to find the best pillow which fulfills your requirements well and treat yourself by choosing the right pillow for stomach sleepers. Hopefully, your quality of sleep will increase and you will find that these pillows do something about your lower back and neck problems.

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Does Sleeping Help You Grow?


Sleep is a comprehensive, important part of your life. Along with nutrition and exercise, it is one of the important on which a healthy and happy life based, and we spent about a third of our lives sleeping. But on the other side of it remains profoundly mysterious and misunderstood.  And What Happens While You are Sleeping? Does sleeping help you grow?


Affects Your Human Growth Hormone

Sleeping is not only about growing strong and tall, though it is crucial that we can consider, but it also plays an essential role in achieving critical biological milestones such as puberty and fertility. But that’s not all. Studies have shown, that getting less sleep not only affect the growth of your children but likewise the development of a healthy immune system that keeps you from getting sick. It is an issue asked by some people who are keen on wanting their height to increase more than what they have.

Read more: Memory Foam Mattress Causing Back Pain: Information Reviews

Sleep also helps in boost your mood and the ability to consume and keeps new information learned throughout the day. The brains of your children are so dynamic that they are accepting so much knowledge every day. Getting enough sleep helps grow up strong and healthy. All growth in childhood doesn’t show up on growth charts.

Sleeping Benefits

Does it contribute to growth?

When you are thoroughly relaxing in a deep sleep, you give your active bodily functions a chance to rest, allowing your body to “tune-up” for the following day, you can only entirely fix it when it is time to relax.  So in the end, regardless of purpose, sleep will always be the right for you, though you would not get much of it. You shouldn’t have to worry about it even if a child will grow or not. Eventually, they just do, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop encouraging yourself or others to sleep. Just don’t give too much hope.

Is it a fact?

On research-based, it is true that your body releases its growth hormones during deep sleep. Your pituitary glands provide growth hormones and add them to your body’s bloodstream. It causes your bones to strengthen, thicken, and lengthen little by little. At this point, it is reasonably quick to conclude that sleep indeed does play an essential role in your physical growth and development. So yes, it is true.

Sleepless equal to less growth

Sleeping too much is not suitable for you either and comes with its health risks, but only 6% of people sleep more than nine hours a night. For at least 50% of the population, getting more sleep would make our lives so much better.

And here are some of the benefits of  your good sleep

  • You will be less easily irritated or upset
  • You will have better reactions to anyone or anything
  • You will be less probably to catch a cold
  • You will feel less pain after a good night of sleep
  • You will learn better every day
  • You will be happier in your daily life
  • You will be safer and better driver
  • You will have healthier skin
  • You will make fewer dangerous mistakes
  • You will be able to build muscle more efficiently
  • You will be less to make risky financial decisions
  • You will spend less time and money going to the doctor
  • You are less likely to develop certain kinds of cancer
  • You will be more productive at work and more focused at home
  • It is one of the best ways for you to stay fit
  • You will a have fewer heart problems
  • Helps you prevent migraines and other headaches
  • It will be easier for you to speak well
  • You may have better moods and fewer issues with depressions and anxiety
  • If you don’t sleep enough more likely, you will develop diabetes even if you are skinny


Lastly, some people will go more and take growth hormone medicine directly. But in many in many states and countries, it is illegal to take on its own. As this will only help growth with the young, then it is not advisable for this purpose.

But then again, then the best method to increase growth hormone remains sleep, aided by some exercise and a hot shower. Sleeping is fun, it is right for you in other ways, and it is entirely natural. Although, if you are already fully grown and your growth plate, also known as the epiphyseal plate or physis have closed over, then you will find that sleep, nor anything else, will increase your height.

Remember, sleeping will help you grow, and with your genes play the most crucial factor when it comes to growth. You may have significant genes that even the absolute deprivation of sleep cant stop, or not-so-tall genes that are yet sleeping for 12 hours during a nap won’t fix. Don’t forget to be thankful for whatever stature you end up with, just don’t give up hope that you can’t adapt it, even a little bit. Sweet dreams!

Tips On How To Stop Snoring

Tips to stop snoring

Almost everyone snores to some degree while sleeping however, there are those who snore regularly or every night, loudly which can be disruptive to a partner or even anyone else in the house thus the need to know how to stop snoring.

Not only is snoring disruptive to the sleeping partner, it is a huge problem for the snorer since it disrupts the person’s sleep which leads to fatigue during the day, makes the person easily irritable and increases health problems. Worse, snoring can cause a rift with your partner because they are affected by the noise.

Tips to stop snoring

Why do people snore?

Basically, snoring is caused when the free flow of air through your nose and throat during sleep is hindered, resulting in the vibration of tissues within those passages and the snoring sounds.

Here are the common causes of snoring:

  • Nasal and sinus problems: Blocked airways or a stuffy nose lead to breathing problems thus snoring.
  • Alcohol and medications: The chemicals we consume or inhale from these substances can increase muscle relaxation and lead to snoring. As for medications, you may need to talk to your doctor for options.
  • Sleep posture: This is probably the biggest culprit when it comes to snoring. The wrong posture will cause snoring e.g. sleeping on your back causes the blockage of the throat passages.
  • Age: As you grow older, your throat your throat passage may constrict and turn you into a snorer.
  • Obesity or overweight: Excess weight leads to more fatty tissue and poor muscle tone which can cause snoring.
  • Body physiology: The genetic makeup of your body may have you doomed to snore. For example, men’s air passages are narrower as compared to women and are more likely to snore.

Snoring is not only a nuisance to those you sleep with, most of those who snore suffer from obstructive sleep apnea which has been linked to increased risk of developing heart disease. There are many things you can do to stop snoring, many which are lifestyle changes which are the major cause of snoring.

Natural and lifestyle tips on how to stop snoring

  • Changing your sleeping posture

When you sleep on your back, your tongue and throat tissues block the free flow of air through the throat thus causing vibration and snoring as you sleep. Sleeping on your side is the easy way out of this. If you cannot sleep on your side, try supporting your back with pillows to keep you on your side as you sleep.

  • Shed weight and fight weight gain

Excess body weight is a top cause of snoring. Shed off the excess weight by leading an active lifestyle and exercising regularly by engaging in cardio-exercises. Excess body weight means more tissue on the neck thus more pressure on the throat which could lead to snoring.

  • Reduce or stop alcohol intake

Alcohol and some medications cause you to snore because they lead to muscles relaxation which leads to a blocked air in the throat and to snoring. If you must take alcohol, make five hours before you go to sleep.

  • Sleep schedule and sufficient sleep time

Getting on a predictable sleep schedule is good for the body as well as getting sufficient sleep. Fatigue and lack of sleep from working long hours mean that you are likely to sleep harder which can make you snow.  It is not only important that you get your body to as predictable sleep rhythm; you should also get sufficient sleep- at least 6 hours per night.

  • Clear your nasal passages

Keep your nasal passages open by dealing effectively with sinus problems, cold and the flu which often leads to blockage, clogging, and narrowing of the air passages and lead to snoring. Taking a hot shower before going bed will help.

  • Change your bedding regularly and keep them clean

An accumulation of dust and allergens on your pillow can contribute to snoring. Dust, mites from your pets and other allergens can easily accumulate on pillows and sheets could be the cause of your snoring.

Do not sleep with your pets on the bed if you are a snorer to avoid breathing in the particles from the fur of the animals or even mites which are common throat and nasal irritants. You also need to sleep on the right kind of pillow to properly support your head and neck to prevent snoring while you sleep.

  • Drink enough water

Drink plenty of fluids because nasal secretions are stickier when you are dehydrated and are likely to stick to the nasal passage and block airflow.

With these natural and lifestyle solutions, you should be able to stop snoring within days or immediately – get more peaceful sleep and save your partner the agony of sleeping next to a snorer.


Pillow Shams: Everything You Need to Know

Pillow Sham

Contrary to what many “go-getters” try to convince you that sleeping is for “lazy bones” that don’t have “goals in life,” having poor sleeping manners and patterns is just as destructive as playing with your health. The same way you pay attention to your diet and health, you need to do the same to your sleep since all of them are equally important. In fact, good sleeping habits are at the center of a healthy, productive, and balanced life. For instance, research shows us that healthy sleeping practices are at the heart of a long and happy life. For instance, a 2010 research found out that having enough sleep is critical in facilitating long life.

One of the ways of facilitating good sleeping habits is creating the right environment for it to happen naturally. For instance, the way you handle and use your bedding is critical in facilitating that environment. At the center of these bedrooms, accessories lie pillow shams. But if you are asking “What is a pillow sham?” and you want to learn more about this bedroom accessory, then read this post to the end. In our post, we shall define this accessory, types of pillow shams, and their benefits. Remain with us to the end to learn all you ever needed to know about pillow shams

What is a Pillow Sham?

Before proceeding with our comprehensive coverage of this bedroom accessory, we will define it. Pillow shams are decorative pillowcases that transform normal-sized bed pillow into useful bedding accessories. Unlike traditional pillowcases, pillow shams are open in the middle of their backs with fabric that slightly overlaps. But where did the word “sham” come from? These accessories get their name from the word “sham,” which means “false” or “a trick” that can be traced back to the 1700 century when pillowcases were created for decorative pillows with removable covers. The false fronts of these pillows became the pillow shams we have today.

Differences Between a Pillow Sham and a Pillowcase


Since these accessories sound and look alike, it is necessary to differentiate them as we progress. Essentially, pillowcases are used for covering pillows people sleep on while their cousin look-alikes, pillow shams, are used for decorating the pillows. So, we see one accessory being useful for facilitating the actual sleeping process while another one is useful for decorating and creating a conducive environment for that sleep to take place.

Pillowcases are marked by the following features:

  • They are open at one end
  • They contain flanges on openings
  • They are meant to protect pillows
  • They are used for sleeping on

Pillow shams are marked by the following features:

  • They contain tuck flaps on their backs
  • All their four sides often have flanges or cording finishing
  • They are used primarily for decoration
  • Sheeting fabrics on shams used for sleeping on

Apart from getting an answer to the question, “What is a pillow sham?” we have now seen the differences between the sham and the normal pillowcase. Let us now proceed to the next level, and learn more.

Types of Pillow Shams

In this section of our post, we shall look at the various types of pillow shams on the market today. Ideally, shams can be categorized using two criteria namely: design and size.

Category by Size

Under this category, we can categorize shams depending on their sizes to fit bed pillows. Here are the five main sizes of shams you can choose from.

  • The Standard Sham: This type of sham measures 20” x 26” and it is suitable for standard sized pillows. Two of them can fit well side by side on full or double beds.
  • The Queen-size Sham: This type of sham measures 20” x 30” and it is suitable for queen-sized pillows. Two of them are enough to fit side by side on Queen beds.
  • The King-size Sham: These shams come in 20” x 36” size, and are big enough to cover a king-size pillow. Two will fit comfortably side by side on King beds.
  • European Sham: European shams measure 26″ x 26″. They are ideal for use on both King and Queen-size pillows. The difference between them and other types of shams is that they are multipurpose since you can also use them as props while reclining in your living room. The reason is that they sit at the back of your pillow set against the headboard of your bed. For those with beds without headboards, they can create an impression of height to them by making the beds behind them appear less bare.
  • Boudoir Sham: These types of shams measure 12” x 16”. They are ideal for fitting smaller boudoir pillows. Mostly, you need to place them at the front of your pillow sets.

Category by Design

The second way of categorizing shams is by design. Here are some of the major designs of shams.

  • Crocheted Pillow Shams: If you want to spice your bedroom with an aura of class and style, then these shams are a great bet for you. They come in intricately crafted borders and crochets. You can also find them crocheted in white and pastel colors.
  • Painted Pillow Shams: For users who want to embellish their bedrooms with various designs and motifs, these pillow shams come in handy. They give a balance between simplicity and rich colors.
  • Lace Pillow Shams: These shams offer you delicate and petal-soft lace edges that make them an ideal gift for a newlywed couple.
  • Ruffle-Edge Pillow Shams: If you want something to embellish your teenage girls’ bedroom, then this type of shams comes in handy as the best choice for them. They feature ruffles on their edges and their edges share the same material with the sham.
  • Embroidered Pillow Shams:If you are looking for a design and color-rich sham, then this type has everything you need. They come with rich floral motif designs, animal patterns, and geometrical designs. These types of shams also come with delicate embroidery patterns that combine multiple-colored threads that either contrast or match the color of the shams. Additionally, you can easily customize them with your name using their embroidery, thus making them ideal gifts.
  • Quilted Pillow Shams: Lastly, we have the quilted pillow shams. These shams are fabricated using various pieces of printed materials that are interwoven together to form artistic patterns. In addition, they feature a combination of embroidery pieces.

The Benefits of Using Pillow Shams

Since we have answered all the fundamental questions such as, “What is a pillow sham?” it is now important to look at some of the benefits of using these shams.

  • Enhance your bedroom ambiance: We all are environmental creatures, and hence, we need the right atmosphere for every process including sleep. With these accessories in place, you can be sure that your bedroom will be enriched with the ooze of rest, calm, and beauty that will enable you to enjoy your bedroom
  • Protection for your pillows: Shams are a great way of saving you the money you would have spent on costly decorative pillows since you can use them to protect your pillows. The reason is that you can wash them, and hence, preserve the life of your pillows
  • Save money: The second benefit of using a pillow sham is that it saves you money .The reason is that it is cheaper to cover your pillows using shams than to buy new ones
  • A wide variety of colors and designs: The last benefit of using pillow shams is that you can find them in various colors, styles, fabrics, and patterns. This diversity gives you a wide pool of choice to make. Additionally, you can make your own shams if you are good at spinning a sewing machine since you can embellish and enrich them with myriads of colors and fabrics.


Pillow shams are great accessories for embellishing your bedroom. They come in handy as tools for lengthening the life of your pillows by offering them the much-needed protection against wear and tear. The beauty of the whole story is that they also come in many beautiful designs, colors, fabric, and patterns that offer you all that you need for your bedroom beautification. Additionally, some types can also perform some of the functions an ordinary pillowcase.

We believe that the comprehensive coverage we have given on these accessories is enough to furnish you with all you need to know. From offering the answer to the definitive question “What is a pillow sham?” to all the other necessary facts, we believe that you are now enlightened. Armed with this information, you are now better placed to make an informed choice when you walk into a shop to buy a pillow sham.

Memory Foam Mattress Causing Back Pain: Information Reviews

memory foam mattress

Buying your new memory foam mattress is never easy. We need to consider in your sleeping style, whether you prefer firmness or softness and optional features like your bed or pillowed tops all within your limited budget.

Buyers Guidelines

take note

So this is one important thing that we need to pay attention to if you will decide to get a new mattress that does not cause you back pain in any way. Back pain leads to losing our mobility in our middle age. If your bed is one of the reasons that are causing your back pain, it is important that you need to replace it. And while determining the perfect best mattress remains a hotly debated topic, sleep professionals, and opinion on market research have indicated that this foam is causing you back pain.

Studies have shown by the professional Doctors in Chiropractors, and Therapists are started to advise latex over memory mattress of choice. Please try not to get and hung up on advertisement branded names on the mattress until you decide what kind of bed you want.

NOT Good for all consumers

It may keep body heat which can cause the foam in the bed where you need support like your back, too much sink the warmer it gets, especially if your weight concentrated in your middle or hip zone area. However, there is nothing that is pushing back up too support your back and keep your spine correctly aligned once the mattress turns into cozy or warm mush. These are why we recommend the plush/firm innerspring mattress with a memory foam topper above the bed beneath the topper to keep your body correctly aligned. This topper meant to for cozy comfort.

And now, because your mattress won’t last out gradually, you may not realize that they may need to replace it until you feel a considerable increase in your back pain. If you’ve been sleeping on that bed that causing you back pain or any part of your body, get it off at least for a while to see or experience how could you sleep without using on that mattress. You could be doing slow developing or long-term damage some parts of your body without realizing it, only because there is something wrong with your bed.

Memory foam contains the same ingredients from a regular polyfoam, but it manufactured differently. Gas-infused into foam mattress to give the trim body molding and shape characteristics. These are why it can be so much stinker than a regular bed.

Pay Attention to Your Back, Neck, and Spine


Do you wake up in the middle of the night feeling stiff, painful or uncomfortable? So, while you sleep, did you experience moving more or less after your body gets used to it? Are there aches starting developing in your back, neck, and shoulder, that was not there before? Sometimes, at first your not aware; but you might notice later as the situation continues. If your answer is YES to any of these questions, then you might use a mattress that causing back pain which should be addressed.

This kind of mattress not only had issues with night sweats but also many problems with your lower back pain. It never dawned on you that this bed could have caused the back pain and night sweats. You immediately removed the mattress within days, the pain and night sweat both subsided. After two weeks, You once again pain-free and sleeping much more relaxed at night.

But to protect your back, right posture is important while sleeping. When your mattress stops working for you, it begins reinforcing the poor sleeping position. A low-quality bed affects your daily life: 60% of people who reported lower-back pain said it stopped their regular routines like sleep and.When you sleep on the poor quality mattress for years, you can develop insomnia, overall aches, pains, and back pain.

If we had to guess, we believe the mattress does not provide enough core support which in turn can cause severe back pain. Additionally, the mattress makes the bed much too warm. Now as long as your wearing your Cool-jams pajamas, you almost sweat-free at night.


After discovering this problem with memory foam mattress, we take surveyed several people to see if they might have had similar issues. 3 out of 4 people that we interviewed stated that they also had to get rid of this mattress due to related back pain and heat issues.

We also highly recommend you to go into stores and test the mattress out, that is the only technique your body will get a good feel for them including how to test them and know which one will work best for you and/your partners best sleep on your new mattress.