Choosing the right firmness

How Can I Choose the Right Mattress Firmness ?


Choosing the right mattress often hinges on factors like your body weight, preferred sleeping position, and personal comfort preferences.


Sleep Position: Typically, individuals with a heavier body weight may find a firmer mattress more supportive, while those who are lighter might lean towards a softer mattress for comfort. As for sleeping positions, side sleepers tend to favor softer mattresses to provide cushioning for hips and shoulders, whereas those who sleep on their back or stomach might opt for a firmer mattress for better alignment and support.

Weight: Generally, individuals weighing less than 65 kg may find soft mattresses more comfortable. Those with a body weight ranging from 60 to 120 kg often prefer medium firmness for a balance of support and cushioning. Meanwhile, individuals weighing over 120 kg might opt for firm mattresses, which can offer enhanced support.

Preferences: Geographical preferences also influence mattress choice. In North-European countries, there's a tendency to choose soft to medium mattresses, while in Southern Europe, the preference shifts towards medium to firm mattresses. This is partly due to a widespread belief in Southern Europe that firmer mattresses provide better back support.

It's important to remember that these are general observations and personal preference is highly subjective. What feels comfortable and supportive to one person may not be the same for another. Therefore, while these guidelines can offer a starting point, the ultimate choice should be based on individual comfort and needs. We suggest exploring various options and considering personal sleep habits and preferences when making a mattress selection.