When most people shop for mattresses, they assume that they have to make a big decision between innerspring and memory foam. Although this used to be the case, now there is a third way: hybrid mattresses. With a hybrid mattress, you can get the best of both worlds by combining qualities of both innerspring and foam or latex mattress styles. Since many people are unfamiliar with these kinds of mattresses, they often have questions. Here are the answers to the queries that people tend to have about hybrid mattress styles. What is a hybrid mattress? As the name suggests, a hybrid mattress is a blend of two different mattress styles—in this case, innerspring and memory foam or latex. These kinds of mattresses have the same kind of coil set-up as innerspring mattresses, but they are enveloped inside a memory foam or latex outer layer. From the outside, the mattress looks like any other kind of mattress—the difference is only noticeable when you stretch out on it. What are the benefits of a hybrid mattress? Hybrid mattresses bring together the things that people like about both kinds of mattresses. Some people like the comfort of memory foam but miss the bounce and give of an innerspring mattress, while others feel like the support they get from innerspring feels good but they like the top-level softness of memory foam. With a hybrid mattress, you get both: memory foam cushioning and the bounce and give of innersprings. Who should consider a hybrid mattress? As with any kind of mattress, the best way to decide if a hybrid is right for you is to test a few out in a mattress store. Hybrid mattresses are good for people who are looking for pressure point support with the feel of a traditional mattress and for couples who can’t agree on which kind of mattress is the best. Come feel the comfort of hybrid mattresses for yourself by visiting one of the 33 locations of Mancini’s Sleepworld in Northern California. Call our mattress store today at (800) 647-5337 for more information or to find a location near you.
Adjustable beds have frames that can lift upwards and tilt back, usually at both the head and the feet. At one time, these kinds of beds were only available in hospital settings, but now, you can get them in attractive styles and a variety of sizes for home use. There are several advantages to sleeping on an adjustable bed. Could this kind of bed be the answer to your sleepless nights? Here is a look at some of the benefits of having an adjustable bed. Reduced Back Pain Back pain is notorious for keeping people up at night. Even with a supportive mattress, it can be hard to maintain a comfortable sleeping position on the flat surface of a traditional bed. With an adjustable bed, you can adjust the position of your head and legs until you find the right angle to alleviate the compression of the nerves in your back that is to blame for your pain. You’ll wake up well-rested and without the discomfort that you’re used to with your traditional bed. Improved Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is linked to a long of health problems, from heart disease to type 2 diabetes. If you have sleep apnea, your snoring is also likely to interrupt your partner’s sleep and prevent him or her from getting an adequate amount of rest. Sleep apnea is exacerbated by lying flat since that is when the muscles in the throat collapse on the airway. With an adjustable bed, you can ensure that your head stays propped up, enhancing the effectiveness of your sleep apnea treatment. Less Insomnia If you suffer from insomnia, then you know how difficult it can be to find the perfect level of comfort that allows you to relax and sleep peacefully. An adjustable bed allows you to do just that. Find the perfect position that allows your body to relax, so you can finally get the restful sleep you need. Browse the enormous selection of adjustable beds, mattresses, bedding, and more at Mancini’s Sleepworld. We have 33 convenient locations across Northern California to serve you, all packed with huge selections and unbeatable prices. For more information, call us today at (800) 647-5337.
Are you looking for a mattress that offers both comfort and convenience? If so, then you need a STRATUS mattress. STRATUS, by Sleepworld Designs, can be shipped anywhere in the continental U.S. and is easy to set up, making it easy to get comfort delivered to your doorstep. STRATUS mattresses are also affordable and come in three styles, so there is a model for every type of sleeper. The STRATUS mattress is made from breathable memory foam and offers unbeatable support. STRATUS Elite combines the comfort of memory foam with latex, which disperses body heat for people who tend to sleep hot. If you’re looking for the support of an innerspring mattress, consider the STRATUS Hybrid, which brings together the best of memory foam and innerspring design into a single mattress. Find out more about bringing the comfort of STRATUS home by calling Mancini’s Sleepworld. Speak to a team member today by calling (800) 647-5337 or visit one of our 33 mattress stores in Northern California.
According to statistics, most people change their sheets about every 24 days. When you climb into bed, are your sheets nice and clean, or are they past due for a trip to the washing machine? Watch this video to learn more. Men and women differ on their attitudes about changing their sheets, with women pulling them off to wash them more frequently than men. Although sheets are not a source of illness for most people, there is evidence that having clean sheets on your bed will help you sleep better. At Mancini’s Sleepworld, we have everything you need for a good night of rest, from comfortable mattresses to cozy bedding. To see our selection for yourself, visit one of our 33 stores in Northern California, or call (800) 647-5337 for more information.
Mattresses used to only come in one style with very little variation, but today, there are a variety of different mattresses on the market with styles for every kind of sleeper. Two of the most popular mattress designs are innerspring and memory foam, and while they both offer quality and comfort, they are not interchangeable. Which style is best suited to the way you sleep? This comparison will help you decide. Innerspring Mattresses Innerspring mattresses have an inner core of steel coil springs that are surrounded by padding and other upholstery. The coils come in different shapes, sizes, and resistance levels. The differences in coils plus the differences in the types and amounts of padding used determine the level of firmness of the mattress. Innerspring mattresses tend to be the most affordable, and they offer a great level of support for people who have issues such as back pain. A drawback for some people is that the springs don’t absorb any motion, so when a sleep partner moves around, you feel it. Innerspring mattresses can be a good choice for anyone, but people who are back sleepers tend to find them especially comfortable. Memory Foam Memory foam mattresses are usually more expensive than innerspring mattresses. They are made up of varying numbers of layers of polyurethane foam, depending on the firmness of the mattress. The foam shapes to the body, creating a cradle-like feeling that many sleepers find comfortable. The foam also absorbs motion, so the movements of your sleep partner won’t disturb you. One complaint that some people have about memory foam is that retains heat, so it may not be ideal for hot sleepers. Some people also dislike the feeling of sinking into memory foam as a matter of personal preference. Which mattress is the right fit for you? Visit Mancini’s Sleepworld to try out a variety of mattresses from some of the leading manufacturers in the business, including Serta, Kluft, and Beautyrest. We have 33 locations in Northern California for your convenience, so visit one of our mattress stores or call (800) 647-5337 to learn more.
Getting a good night’s sleep is important to your physical and mental health. Missing out on even a few hours of sleep can have significant implications for your ability to be attentive to tasks, including everything from making breakfast to completing your daily commute. Unfortunately, many people struggle to get enough sleep each night. Whether you’re in bed going over everything that you have to do the next day or trying to get comfortable on an old mattress, falling—and staying—asleep is not always as easy as it sounds. If you’re struggling to get the rest you need each night, these tips may help. Check Your Mattress An old, saggy mattress is a recipe for nighttime aches and pains. If you haven’t purchased a new mattress within the past eight years or so, it is definitely time for an upgrade. Even if your mattress is newer, your needs may have changed. For example, if you’ve developed chronic back pain due to an injury, you may benefit from switching to a firmer mattress to get more support. Investing in a quality mattress that lets you sleep pain-free is a good move for your comfort and your overall health. Stick to a Sleep Schedule If you’re always going to bed and getting up at different hours, your body won’t know when to be tired and when to be awake. Try to go to bed and get up around the same time each day, even on your days off. Doing so will get your body into a routine so that it knows when it’s time to fall asleep. Cut Out Bedtime Distractions When you climb into bed, do you reach for your phone and check your email? Do you flip on the TV and watch scary or action-packed shows? These habits will get your body and mind in active mode, so you’ll find it difficult to unwind and sleep. Put your phone down about an hour before bed, dim the lights, and find a routine that helps you relax, like having a cup of tea or meditating. This way, when you lie down for the night, you’ll find it easier to fall asleep quickly and stay asleep throughout the night. Mancini’s Sleepworld has a huge selection of mattresses to help you get the restful sleep you need. Find out more about the wide selection in our 33 mattress stores across California by calling (800) 647-5337.
With so many mattress choices available, it’s hard to decide which one is the best option for you. But the good news is that if you’re stuck choosing between memory foam and innerspring, you could actually get both. Hybrid mattresses combine the best attributes of both types of beds. A hybrid innerspring and memory foam mattress gives you the pressure-relieving comfort of memory foam with the support and familiar feel of an innerspring. The configuration of a hybrid mattress will vary from brand to brand. Typically, however, the pocketed coils will enhance the overall support of the bed. The innerspring support is particularly helpful for people with chronic back problems. This layer of coils is topped by comfortable memory foam that adjusts to suit the contours of the body. Mancini’s Sleepworld has an unbeatable collection of premium hybrid mattresses at affordable prices. Look for hybrid beds from Beautyrest, Serta, and Sleepworld Designs at our 33 mattress stores located throughout Northern California. For more information, give us a call at (800) 647-5337.
Everyone knows that getting to bed at a decent time is important for good health. But did you know that there’s a fatal genetic mutation that causes the inability to sleep? Fortunately, fatal familial insomnia is extremely rare. However, it’s opened doors for scientific study, and research has proven that not sleeping will eventually cause death. Find out more about fatal familial insomnia and other surprising discoveries about sleep by watching this video clip. In the video, you’ll learn about the background behind some of the most groundbreaking scientific discoveries about sleep. Among these is the fact that sleep deprivation worsens pain sensitivity and makes it harder for the body to heal. Support your good health by getting a good night’s sleep on a new Sealy or Serta mattress from Mancini’s Sleepworld. You can call (800) 647-5337 to find out which of our 33 mattress stores in Northern California is located closest to you.
Different types of mattresses have different lifespans, but the average mattress will last about 10 years before it starts showing its age. Some people try to use their old mattresses for as long as possible before replacing them. The problem with using this tactic is that it can compromise your health. Consider whether your old mattress could be causing you to suffer from any of the health issues discussed below. Your mattress may trigger your allergies. The recommended amount of sleep is equivalent to about one-third of a person’s life. That’s a lot of time to spend on a mattress, and during those hours, your body is shedding dead skin cells and natural oils. These substances create an appealing environment for dust mites. Dust mites have been linked to everything from eczema to snoring. They are particularly harmful to people with asthma and allergies. Signs of dust mite allergies include:
- A runny nose.
- Itchy, red, or watery eyes.
- Postnasal drip.
- Persistent coughing.
- Facial pressure and pain.
- Itchy nose, throat, or roof of the mouth.
- Overweight and obesity.
- Heart disease.
Lift recliners look much like regular recliners. However, with just the touch of a button, a lift chair tilts the base of the chair and its back forward, enabling the individual to stand up with ease. Mattress and furniture stores sell lift recliners to individuals who suffer from arthritis, chronic back pain, and sore joints. These recliners are also ideal for anyone who has any other medical condition that inhibits mobility or affects balance. Seat and Back Sizes There are two main considerations when it comes to choosing the right size of lift recliner for you: your own proportions and the space available in your home. Although there are variations among different manufacturers, here’s a look at the standard seat widths:
- Small/petite: 18-inch wide seats
- Medium: 20-inch wide seats
- Large: 22-inch wide seats
- Small/petite: 24 to 25 inches
- Medium: 25 to 27 inches
- Large: 28 to 29 inches