CHOOSING THE IDEAL BED FOR A STOMACH SLEEPER
Are you a stomach sleeper? If so, you’re in the minority. Stomach sleepers only account for about 7% of sleepers, making this one of the least used positions for catching some z’s. Unfortunately, stomach sleeping isn’t particularly good for your back health. It places unnecessary strain on your spine that can lead to lower back pain upon awakening. This makes buying a stomach sleeper mattress important. We certainly don’t want to spoil anyone’s favorite sleeping position, so if you’re a stomach sleeper, rejoice, because we have a solution for you!
PICK MEMORY FOAM FOR THE BEST STOMACH SLEEPER BED
Because of the spinal concerns with stomach sleepers, choosing a bed that supports your spine's natural position is a smart choice. Your bed should be firm, but not too much or your spine won’t fall into its natural curve. Our luxurious memory foam mattresses are hand tailored with a zoned spinal support bridge that keeps your spine positioned just right. For a premium solution, try out one of our Ortho-Core beds, like the Madeline. They come with an adjustable core so you can pick the firmness that feels best to you. If you need some guidance, feel free to call our customer care team who’ll be happy to guide you through purchasing. We make choosing a mattress for stomach sleeper simple and fun, as it should be.
MEMORY FOAM IS GOOD FOR STOMACH SLEEPERS
Too often, stomach sleepers awake with a sore back from their rare position. This is especially true of a night on a spring mattress, which offers no back or joint support. So, what is a determined stomach sleeper to do?
Memory foam with gel padding for coolness is your best bet. It conforms to your body, supporting your spine, joints and other parts of your physique to provide a completely restful slumber, with none of the uncomfortable repercussions sleeping on another type of mattress can have. You’ll awake pain-free, ready to start the day, refreshed from your night. The cooling gel is wonderful in that it will keep your mattress from getting too hot, which can happen in this sleeping position.
Ultimately, the best night’s sleep can be had with a memory foam mattress to support the stomach sleeper throughout slumber and into the next morning.