At Bedding Pal, the ultimate goal has always been to educate and help our readers make informed decisions that will improve their sleeping experience. Among all the different bedding products, choosing the right mattress for you and your family is no doubt the hardest decision one can ever make as there seems to be more than hundreds of different brands out there that all claims to manufacture the best mattress.
We have been working on a massive project for the last 6 months where our team review more than 100+ mattresses to determine which of these are worth purchasing. To take things to the next level, we created specific guides to determine the best mattress for a specific purpose, sleeping positions, materials and size.
That way, you get to select the right mattress that meets your specific needs and budget (there’s really no such thing as the best mattress for everyone as mattress preferences differ from one individual to another).
Selecting a mattress based on the respective sizes is one of the best ways to get started. Queen mattresses, for example, require higher edge support especially if you plan to have two or more person sleeping on it. Here’s the list of buying guides based on mattress sizes:
You might prefer to sleep primarily on your back or you might suffer from pains at specific areas. We have you covered as we specifically look at how these mattresses suit different individual. Here are a few guides on the best mattresses for different sleeping positions, weight and pain:
Mattresses made from different materials offer different level of comfort, firmness, coolness, edge support and a whole bunch of other factors. Below, we present a list of the best mattresses based on the type of material:
In case you are already interested in a particular brand, then this section is for you. Just for your information, most of these popular brands such as Puffy and Dreamcloud offer more than one type of mattress and we cover all the different models and range in our specific brand review listed below: