Mattress World customers heap praise on hybrid mattresses
Each year brings innovative technologies and materials designed to promote better sleep. One of the latest types of rave-worthy bedding is the hybrid mattress, which overcomes the limitations of traditional inner spring coil beds. If you’ve ever been torn between a latex, memory foam or inner spring bed, hybrid mattresses feature varying combinations of these components for the ultimate sleep set up. While every brand has its own line-up of basic and premier hybrid beds, most have a coil system foundation (inner spring or pocket coil), topped with a resilient layer of memory foam, gel foam or latex in various thicknesses. This cutting-edge hybrid design enhances pressure point relief along the shoulders and hips, while encouraging hours of deep slumber.
Here at Mattress World Northwest, we realize that no single mattress type or brand is best for everyone, since health issues and lifestyle play a big role in choosing the right bed. However, if you love the comfort of memory foam but feel it sleeps too hot, a hybrid mattress with air-cool technology may be just the ticket. Research has shown that 60-67 degrees is the optimum temperature for restorative sleep, and today’s hybrid beds offset temperature fluctuations with advanced cooling gel. Popular brands like Simmons and Sealy offer a range of firmness levels in their hybrid mattresses, but note that price points can vary dramatically within collections.
When shopping for a hybrid mattress, look closely at the type of materials and components, as this is what helps determine quality.