Here are a few reasons that you should consider buying a new hybrid mattress for your bedroom. Take a closer look at the materials used and how they could affect your sleep, for better or worse. Some of the top mattress brands with hybrid mattresses include Restonic, Serta, Scott Living, Beautyrest and Tempur-Pedic. Test out a hybrid mattress at any of our local American Mattress stores in the Chicagoland and Indianapolis area.
A hybrid mattress features the unique combination of a pocket coil mattress spring and various types of memory foam for a mix of joint and back support for all sleeping positions. The variety of the two support systems helps create a unique support system.
Whether you are a back sleeper, side sleeper, or even a stomach sleeper, hybrid mattresses offer a balance between supportive and relaxing sleep while not being too supportive in either way. If you want a bed that isn’t too soft or too firm, the hybrid is the way to go.
If you wake up in the morning with painful shoulder or hip cramps, then your mattress may not be properly relieving your pressure points. A bed that is too firm can make you put incorrect pressure on your joints while you sleep.
With a hybrid mattress, the memory foam mattress top is designed with a comfort layer to cradle your body as you sleep, leading to better spinal alignment and a more restful sleep experience. If you often have joint pains, a hybrid bed may alleviate some of your aches and pains. Consider adding an adjustable bed base for even more health and sleep benefits.
Pocket Coil Materials
The wireframe innerspring mattress has been around forever, with its spring system keeping people sleeping comfortably on a higher density mattress. Hybrid mattresses offer that same support feature with the bonus of pocketed coil innersprings, which help your frame last longer.
Contrary to Nectar and other direct-shipping brands, beds with pocket coil springs offer a frame that your mattress is built around, which helps the bed keep its shape and prevent that sagging feeling that many cheaper memory foam mattresses can create after a while.
Older and cheaper memory foam mattresses tend to retain your body heat, making you sleep hotter than usual and leading to night sweats. Temperature regulation is essential to anyone looking to get a restful night’s sleep. Your bed’s top layer should be cool to the touch.
Hybrid mattresses take advantage of the airflow provided by the frame’s cooling properties and the newer, more advanced gel-infused memory foam with phase change materials to help regulate your body temperature when you sleep so that your body stays cool.