Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
Choosing the best mattress from the myriad of options is no easy task, but having a starting point can often prove helpful. One way to determine what type of mattress might be most comfortable proves considering one’s sleep position, a topic discussed in the latest Consumer Mattress Reports article titled “Buying Guide: Find the Best Mattress for Your Sleep Style”.
In the guide, readers receive an introduction to the four most popular mattress types as well as recommendations based on sleep preferences. The first section of the article provides background information on innerspring mattresses, memory foam, latex, and air beds, including how they are composed, consumer satisfaction rates, likes and dislikes from reviews, and an overview of popular brands.
Consumer Mattress Reports highlights that overall, memory foam and latex tend receive the best owner ratings, followed by air bed mattresses and then innerspring beds. The article offers the most popular positive traits people mention for each type, as well as the potential negatives to offer unbiased insight for those considering a new a bed.
After explaining the differences among the mattress types, the article then discusses which are best suited to specific sleep positions and why. For example, side sleepers are said to benefit from plusher beds with the ability to cushion pressure points and contour, thus ConsumerMattressReports recommends memory foam. Their pick is the Amerisleep Liberty Bed, a plant-based memory foam mattress with a plush firmness and good owner reviews, priced at $1199 for a queen size.
The article offers similar analysis and recommendations for side sleepers, back sleepers, and people who sleep in multiple positions. Consumer Mattress Reports also considers the issue of a couple with different preferences, recommending customizable latex mattresses from Astrabeds or adjustable air bed mattresses to solve the dilemma.
Overall, Consumer Mattress Reports provides helpful data on mattresses, from the differences between springs and foam, to why stomach sleepers need firm beds. This report, as well as the website’s other mattress guides and articles, offer information likely of interest to shoppers thinking of purchasing a new bed.
Consumer Mattress Reports is an online magazine specializing in all things to do with beds and sleep. The easy-to-read blog design offers an inviting format for readers, with well-researched, expert articles on mattress ratings and brands. In addition to reviews and comparisons, the website also covers the latest mattress news and offers helpful shopping information geared towards shoppers.