An orthopaedic mattress offers robust support for the joints, spine and will help keep your back straight while you sleep. A doctor or chiropractor will often recommend orthopaedic mattresses to patients dealing with back issues.
What's Inside Orthopaedic Mattresses?
An orthopaedic mattress can be made with any material and may or may not have inner springs. If it does have springs, they can be in a wide variety of configurations, including open springs and pocket springs. Springless options include latex and memory foam.
A Great Night's Sleep
An orthopaedic mattress not only provides relief for back pain, inflammation, and joint pressure, they are also highly comfortable.
Orthopaedic mattresses have a firm surface and therefore does not bounce like some models. The design ensures motion transfer is kept to a minimum, and one sleeper will not disturb another when turning during the night.
Some types of milder pain are constant, to the point that you don't recognise it consciously. However, this type of pain can still be enough to keep you waking up at night. A firm mattress helps you get comfortable and relax into a deep, restful sleep.