How to choose a good mattress

Here’s a 10-point checklist as a guide when choosing the best mattress material for your health and well being:
Choose a mattress that contours to your body shape and soothes away pressure points.

Choose a mattress that gives you a good night’s sleep by reducing partner disturbance such as those caused by cheap foam in spring mattresses.

A good mattress should keep you cool by improving air circulation over the surface of the mattress for cool comfort.

A good mattress should seriously improve your comfort for a good night’s sleep.
Optimal support to keep your spine in a neutral posture: Not too hard and unforgiving that it distorts our natural posture and impacts unnecessary pressure on the shoulders, upper back, buttocks and hips, while providing insufficient support for your lower back.

A good mattress should provide comfort and durability through a highly resilient and elastic surface.

Choose a mattress that minimises the risk of allergies and respiratory problems.

Choose a mattress that is user friendly and does not require turning.

Choose a safe mattress with non-toxic sleep materials that is certified not to contain any harmful substances throughout its construction.

A good mattress should naturally be resistant to bacteria, fungus and dust mites.