It’s something you’re probably hesitant to discuss with your doctor, therapist or even close friends. And you’re definitely not talking to your spouse about it.
The problem? You can’t get a good night’s sleep with your significant other in the same bed. Every toss and turn wakes you, or in the morning you have a sore back from the super-soft pillowtop mattress set she talked you into buying. You're worried you'll end up like a 1950s TV couple with twin beds in the master suite.
Thankfully, modern mattress technology has come to the rescue! Discover these mattress types that can help you sleep together better:
Memory foam mattresses, which all major bedding manufacturers now make, have temperature-sensitive material that provides a custom fit to your body. The benefits are two-fold: the comfort reduces your tossing and turning, and it creates motion separation. Your motion won't be felt by your significant other and vice versa!
Traditional innerspring (coil) mattresses are still the most popular models sold today and offer the widest range of firmness available. Now, two different firmness levels can be in one mattress. Simmons mattress collections include a number of models where one side is firm and the other is plush. Some models even come with pillowtops but still have the dual firmness support. And to top it off – literally – you can even find dual comfort mattress sets that have additional memory foam in the pillowtop to enhance motion separation.
With these new types in mind, you're now prepared to find the solution to a better's night sleep - for the both of you.