What’s The Perfect Mattress For Both Of Us?
Different people find different mattresses comfortable, with some opting for firmer, and some softer. Some are attracted to memory foam, while others like the traditional coil-style mattress. But what’s a good mattress for the “average couple?” Well, many have sworn by the Leesa brand of mattresses. These are great because they have a medium firmness that is likely to feel comfortable for a wide range of people. There’s also very little motion-transfer, so if one partner is having a harder time falling asleep some nights, the other partner is not likely to be disturbed. It also has a bit of response and bounce to it that is pleasant.
Another top pick is the Muse family of mattresses. These tend to be better for older couples, because as we age, we have a more difficult time regulating our body heat, and this mattress helps do it for you. It has a gel-infused memory foam cover which cools you down, and the therapeutic support is ideal for anyone who has arthritis or any other sorts of aches and pains.
Our final pick is the Serta iComfort Small Support Mattress. These have individually-pocketed coils, so if you have a restless partner, the whole mattress won’t move if there’s some turning and tossing. It also has been reported to hold up very well for owners who have had theirs for years, making it a good value for the money. A product that lasts always gets high marks from us, whether it be a mattress or anything else.
Mattress shopping can be fun if you and a spouse or partner do it together. With the two of you sharing this bed, it’s vital that both of you be comfortable, so try out different mattresses, and talk about your needs both with each other and a salesperson. You should be able to find a good match for your budget, and for your ongoing comfort.