Do you sleep on your back or stomach? If so, then a firm mattress might be just what the doctor ordered for a supportive night’s rest. By definition, a firm mattress offers the least amount of “give” when you push down on its surface. Firm mattress fans make statements like: “I like to sleep on my mattress, not in it” or “Years later, I want my mattress to feel like the day I bought it.” You don’t need to sleep on a carpeted floor to get the level of support you desire. We have high-quality firm mattresses to resolve your biggest sleep issues
As you may expect, there is no universal standard for firmness. Sleeping on a “firm” mattress doesn’t mean lying on a slab of concrete. Each manufacturer sets their own subjective scale, so keep an open mind as you work with a sleep specialist and don’t rely solely on descriptors. Even our “plush” mattresses run the full gamut between firm and pillow top.
Generally speaking, firm mattresses are ideal for:
You may NOT want a firm mattress if you:
In the past, it was believed that very firm mattresses were best for people with low back pain. Today, research suggests back pain sufferers get the best sleep on a semi-firm mattress, rather than the softest or the firmest mattresses.
Mattress World Northwest carries an extensive line of the best firm mattresses by leading manufacturers. We are confident you’ll find a mattress in our inventory that suits your needs, so bring your favorite pillow and plop down on our store models for a good 15 minutes to feel the difference for yourself!
Our sleep specialists are standing by to answer your questions about firm mattresses and help you find the key to a more restful, relaxing sleep.
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