At The Better Sleep Project, we believe that sleep is the foundation for all the important things you do throughout the day - and that, without high quality sleep, you're always getting up on the wrong side of the bed!
Queen Air Mattres
An air mattress has many benefits, such as good body contouring and back and joint pain relief. It is also far easier to maintain than a regular mattress.
Twin XL mattress
A twin XL is 80 inches long, which is the same as a queen-size mattress. It means it will likely be more comfortable for anyone taller than 6 feet
The original futon bed is a thin mattress covered with natural cotton. One of the distinctive features of a futon mattress is its quilted surface.
Puffy Mattress is a clever combination of several layers of foam to provide extreme comfort and support for your back.
But what makes a good mattress?
What kind of mattress should you be looking for? We’re here to advise you on all your mattress needs, no matter your requirements. From popular traditional memory foam mattresses to hybrid and innerspring mattresses, we’re sure we have something to give you the better sleep you deserve.
What We Do?
We want you to have the best night’s sleep possible – and we think that our cutting-edge mattresses are the way to achieve just that, no matter your personal needs and preferences.
The best mattress for you tends to depend on your sleep position, For example, stomach sleepers might benefit from medium-firm mattresses to properly align their spine, while memory foam, latex, and hybrid mattresses are better at accommodating the shoulders and hips of side sleepers.
You might also find that you sometimes get especially warm or cool during sleep, which can also be helped with the right mattress purchase – hot sleepers may enjoy a copper gel memory foam mattress or another kind of cooling mattress, for instance.
Suit your needs
So, whether you’re looking for the luxury of a memory foam mattress, the back pain-relieving qualities of a medium-firm mattress, or anything else to suit your unique needs, we have a sleep surface to suit you.
The Science of Sleep
- Your Mattress Matters
When you go to sleep at night, your body goes through a specific cycle with several distinct stages. These can be broken into stage one, when you’re starting to doze; the light, easily interrupted sleep of stage two; the first stage of deep sleep; and the second stage of deep sleep, differentiated by REM (also known as Rapid Eye Movement).
This cycle lasts for around 90 minutes, and it’s estimated that you need to go through at least four to six cycles each day to achieve the optimal amount of sleep you need for day to day functioning!
With this in mind, it’s important to make sure that your sleep remains as uninterrupted as possible – if you’re waking up every hour or two with back pain or discomfort in your shoulders and hips, you’re disrupting the deep sleep your body needs to keep you bright and energized.
So when it comes to nurturing your sleep cycle, we believe in foundations – there’s no better way to guarantee a good night’s sleep than with the right mattress! Whether innerspring mattresses, foam mattresses, or latex mattresses are right for you, you’re sure to find a mattress from The Better Sleep Project that nourishes your natural sleep rhythms.