Soft-feel mattresses are sumptuous and supportive. Factors to consider before making your choice include your personal preference, shape, body weight and sleeping position.
The feel of a mattress refers to the initial feeling you experience. For example, are you sinking or lying on top of the mattress without any give? Are you experiencing pushback, or do you notice that the fibres are contouring around your body? You can ask these questions to determine whether a mattress has a soft, medium-soft, medium or medium-firm feel.
Our research and development team have spent years working to ensure our soft feel mattresses are not only profoundly comfortable but also have the underlying support and pressure-relieving properties your body needs. Here are some things you should consider before you make your final decision.
In the case of a lighter person, they will likely experience quality sleep for longer on a soft feel mattress as opposed to a firmer feel. A soft-feel mattress is likely to provide better comfort if a person weighs 11 stone or less. However, this does not mean that people with more weight or larger frames cannot sleep well on a softer mattress. Ultimately it all comes down to what feel you like.
Your pillow is just as significant as the rest of your bed and is often overlooked. You may not achieve restful sleep if your neck and shoulders are not aligned and relaxed.