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How to Spot a High-Quality Mattress

Last updated 6 years ago

Your mattress is one of the most important pieces of furniture in the entire home. Although some people prefer firm mattresses and others prefer softer surfaces, high quality is always the same.  When you look at what Dr. Breus and Tempur-Pedic have to offer, you are sure to see these following signs of quality:

Optimal Support

A mattress should offer you enough support to keep your body comfortable throughout the night. When looking for a new mattress, you want to find one that properly cushions your body. Mattresses that eliminate pressure points on your joints are designed to offer you the perfect way to fall asleep and stay asleep.

Luxurious Comfort

Before you buy any mattress, it is important to test it out and see if it feels comfortable to you. The highest-quality mattresses always feel comfortable as soon as you lie down. When your bed gives you the highest level of comfort, you can always find a good position in which to sleep. Staying comfortable throughout the night will help you avoid tossing and turning. When you can fall into a deep sleep, your body can recharge and you will wake up feeling refreshed and free from pain.

No Motion Transfer

If your spouse is a light sleeper, you shouldn’t have to feel his or her movements. Look for mattresses that do not transfer the motion of another person. Sleeping on a bed without motion transfer means you can stay blissfully asleep even if your partner spends the entire night moving around. Even in the same bed, you can each have your own personal sleeping space.

Come to Mattress Direct to see what a quality mattress really looks like. With our selection of Dr. Breus, Tempur-Pedic, and Simmons BeautyRest mattresses, you can improve your sleep. To learn more about the best selection in St. Louis, visit us online or call (314) 549-8496.


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