Lull Mattress

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential to staying happy and healthy. But buying a mattress without doing your research first can lead to sleepless nights and achy mornings, if you aren’t sleeping on a supportive base. And mattresses can cost anything from a few hundred pounds to thousands, so you’ll want to make sure your chosen mattress is worth the investment, before you buy.

Here are some steps that you want to consider before buying a new mattress:

Types of mattress

Open spring mattress: also known as open coil or continuous coil mattresses. These contain one long piece of metal wire coiled into numerous springs. There’s also an additional border rod or wire to maintain shape and provide structure. It’s a great value for money option, although sides are machine-stitched rather than hand-stitched, but they are lighter than other models, making them easy to turn. They tend to be less supportive than other mattresses too, so are most suited to guest bedrooms or as children’s beds, where they are used occasionally or will need replacing regularly anyway.

Pocket spring mattress: this type of mattress is more luxurious, as it’s made from individual, small springs housed in their own pocket of fabric. This means each spring moves independently, providing more support than open spring mattresses. You can buy soft, medium or firm versions, depending on your preference, and they are more breathable than memory foam or latex mattresses (so ideal if you’re always getting too hot during the night). These are heavy to turn though and can be filled with natural materials such as lambswool which may agitate allergies. This is a good option if you’re looking for a bed for two people, as the separate springs will cater for your different needs and weights, while they will also minimise the risk of you rolling towards your partner in the middle of the night.

Memory foam mattress: these more modern mattresses are made from memory foam, which is a mouldable material that also responds to temperature and weight, and has hypo-allergenic properties. This means it will mould to the shape of your body, absorb your weight and relieve pressure on your joints. Not everyone likes the sinking motion of this type of mattress, and it can get rather warm, but it’s ideal for those who need support or suffer from a bad back, as it will maintain posture and align your spine horizontally when sleeping on your side.

Latex mattress: as the name suggests, these mattresses are filled with latex foam, which is an especially breathable material, so you won’t overheat in the middle of the night. It’s also extremely durable and should last for many years. And it’s a good option for those with allergies or asthma. They can feel rather solid at first though, so they’re better suited to those who prefer a firmer bed. Usually heavy, latex mattresses can be difficult to turn and cheaper versions can develop lumps and dents over time.

Mattress firmness

How firm your mattress is will affect how well you sleep. The type of firmness you need will depend on your sleeping position, height and weight. Here we explain what level of firmness is best for what type of sleeper.

Soft: side sleepers or those who change positions during the night are best suited to soft mattresses. This is because the way you sleep already relieves pressure from your spine so you want your mattress to mould to your body’s natural position.

Medium soft: this is ideal for those who change their sleeping position during the night, as it will still mould to your body position but provide a little more support.

Medium firm: this is best for people who sleep on their back as you require extra lower back support, which this type of firmness offers.

Firm: This type of mattress is ideal for those who sleep on their front, are over 15 stone or suffer from back pain. This is because it will keep your back in a relatively comfortable and stable position without allowing you to sink into it as you sleep, which can cause lower back pain.

What mattress do you need if you suffer from joint or back pain?

A good mattress needs to give both support and comfort and that includes ones for those who suffer from back problems.

Although a firm mattress is recommended by some retailers, you should always look for a mattress that keeps your back aligned while sleeping and relieves pressure points along your spine and joints.

The Lull Mattress is a premium gel-infused memory foam mattress that is handcrafted in the USA, and offers both comfort and support through its unique three-layer design.

The Lull Mattress combines therapeutic foam for support and durability with gel-infused, viscoelastic memory foam to create a cool and comfortable night’s sleep.

Designed to support your spine in any sleeping position, the Lull Mattress also prevents heat trapping during sleep, resulting in sleep that is free from tossing and turning.

The Lull Mattress is designed to offer a “just right” feel – not too firm, not too soft – that provides universal comfort to all sleepers.

The top gel foam layer provides a soft, cushy feel and is supported by the therapeutic foam blend interior layer, and the larger polyurethane foundation layer.

This ensures that the body is cradled in comfort while also getting the firm support that keeps the spine in the proper alignment throughout the entire night.

The Lull Mattress is designed to offer a  universal comfort to all sleepers.

The top gel foam layer provides a soft, cushy feel and is supported by the therapeutic foam blend interior layer, and the larger polyurethane foundation layer.

This ensures that the body is cradled in comfort while also getting the firm support that keeps the spine in the proper alignment throughout the entire night.

Designed to prevent being jolted by a partner’s movement throughout the night, the Lull offers very good motion isolation with its three layers of foam support, and has performed very well in bounce and movement tests.

The 7” polyurethane foam support core in the Lull Mattress means that you can rest easy for 10 years or more before having to worry about a new mattress.

The high quality of all of the foams and materials used in the mattress provides a sleeping experience that is free of sagging or “dents” in your mattress, and Lull offers a 10-year limited warranty to ensure that the mattress will be at its top performance for the entire period.

You will love the Lull Mattress if:

  • You want great value – Lull ships directly from factory to your door, cutting out the middle man.  This allows them to offer a quality product at a significantly reduced price.
  • You sleep in multiple positions throughout the night – The Lull mattress is one of only a few that I’ve tried that is good for sleeping on your back, side, and stomach.  Most mattresses will be great for one or two positions, but having all three is great (especially if you and your partner sleep in different positions).
  • You love the memory foam feel – Memory foam mattresses are becoming more and more popular, and for good reason.  They offer a great support/comfort tradeoff, and I would definitely consider Lull to be top tier in the category.
  • You like a very comfortable mattress – this is very subjective (and depends on your preference), but for what it’s worth, I found it to be extremely comfortable all the way through the night (some mattresses start out great, but then you end up tense later on in the night).
  • You have back pain or are overweight/pregnant – the mattress is a bit firmer than average, and made with high quality foams, so it will provide good support to address pain and heavier sleepers’ needs.

There is no perfect mattress for everyone, but Lull is definitely top tier. If you sleep in multiple positions throughout the night, Lull is probably one of the first mattresses you should consider.

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