Some people feel a chill when they climb into bed, but other people spend
the whole night trying to cool off. If you’re a hot sleeper, the
mattress you pick will have a big impact on your comfort levels. Say goodbye to
nighttime sweating and get comfortably cool in your bed with these tips
for selecting a mattress.
Be Cautious about Memory Foam
It doesn’t get more comfortable than memory foam for some people,
but if you’re a hot sleeper, it may not be a good fit. Memory foam
tends to retain heat, rather than dispersing it through the mattress.
As a result, it can make you feel even hotter. If you love memory foam
but don’t want to deal with the retained heat, look for a memory
foam mattress that includes gel, which helps to absorb heat, keeping the
memory foam mattress cool.
Look to Latex
Latex mattresses are a great choice for hot sleepers. They are filled with
small holes, which allows cooling air to circulate through the mattress.
Further, latex doesn’t conduct heat. Look for latex mattresses that
contain natural materials, as some forms of latex mattresses made from
synthetic materials are not as breathable or cool. As an added bonus,
latex mattresses are extremely durable, so you can expect to get a long
life out of your purchase.
Choose Individually Wrapped Springs and Coils
Spring and coil mattresses are generally comfortable for hot sleepers.
However, individually wrapped innerspring mattresses offer the coolest
sleep experience. Look for springs and coils that use copper, which effectively
conducts heat for better dispersal and more comfortable sleeping temperatures.
Whatever your sleeping preferences, Mancini’s Sleepworld is sure
to have the right mattress for you at a price that is within your budget.
We offer an enormous
selection of mattresses from the most highly respected brands in our 33 locations. Get answers
to your questions about our mattresses by calling (800) 647-5337.