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Following the most important purchase criteria:

1. Single or partner sleepers?

First of all, you have to answer the question of being alone on the mattress or sharing it with someone who may have different sleeping needs, habits, or a different body type. If there are serious differences, two single mattresses should be bought, the annoying lack of visitors will later be eliminated, for example, by a mattress topper.

Some manufacturers also offer the possibility to combine two different mattress cores in a partner relationship.

2. Which sleeping position do you have?

Then it is to clarify which type of mattress fits best to the usual or preferred sleeping position - usually, there are abdominal, side, back and alternate sleepers. Explore through our website for the best collection of mattress sale.

Belly and back sleepers need a firmer mattress, which supports enough so that sagging in the middle body area is prevented. Side sleepers, on the other hand, require an adaptable and flexible mattress due to the varying lateral body contours, so that they can sink in far enough into the shoulder and hip area. Depending on the sleeping position, an orthopedic mattress should be chosen, which can provide the appropriate support or adaptability and helps to prevent pain.

Mattress for abdominal sleepers: spring core, visco or cold foam mattress

Mattress for side sleepers: spring core, visco, cold foam or latex mattress

Mattress for back sleepers: spring core or Visco mattress

Mattress for changing dormouse: spring core or cold foam mattress

Spring mattresses: contain metal springs, can dissipate good moisture and good point elasticity

Visco mattresses: adapt ideally to the body, become warmer at high pressure

3. Which feeling do you prefer?

If the decision has been made in favor of a specific type of mattress, you have to find out which mattress hardness you prefer: the higher the tighter the feeling, the lower, and the softer the feeling of lying. In addition, body weight also plays a role.

The rule of thumb for orientation (except individual preferences):

  • Hardness H1 = very softly - for people up to 60 kilos
  • Hardness H2 = medium - for people up to 75 kilos of body weight
  • Hardness H3 = hard - for people up to 90 kg body weight
  • Hardness H4 = very hard - for people from about 90 kg body weight