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Mattress Canada: Firm, Memory Foam, Pocket Coil & Bamboo
Shop mattresses online at the best price. We sell king, queen, twin, and full-size mattress and mattress toppers along with basic free shipping in Canada. Since sleep is an important part of everyday life, and we want to make sure you're getting the best possible rest every night.
Buying the best mattress online can be challenging. This is why we created a super thorough Mattress Buying Guide that will help you make the best buying decision online.
Go on and scroll up to begin shopping. We're here to help you shop for the best night's sleep in Canada. Good health and a good night’s sleep are directly related, so having the right mattress is incredibly important. We’ve compiled a list of tips on buying a mattress and pillow based on your sleep style to help you in your decision. A mattress needs to support your body in a neutral position that keeps your back, neck, and shoulders in alignment.
1. Traditional Innerspring and Coil Mattresses
Constructed with a box spring base, metal coils for support, and layers of padding for comfort, coil, and innerspring mattresses remain the most commonly purchased mattress type. They are affordable, accessible, and provide the most ease of movement. However, their comfort and support have a shorter life-span (5-7 years) than many of the foam options. Many people who share a bed with a restless sleeper complain about the motion transfer, and every adjustment their partner makes can be disruptive to their sleep.
2. Memory Foam Mattresses
Memory foam is a relatively recent technology in the mattress industry and is constructed with special materials that contour to the shape of the sleeper in addition to ensuring even weight distribution along its surface. The upper memory foam layers can vary in thickness for comfort and are coupled with a firmer base foam for support with above-average longevity (10-12 years). Some varieties of memory foam are gel-infused or designed with air channels to act as coolants to reduce body heat and maintain an optimal sleeping temperature. Our Rest Therapy brand, as well as the Restwell and Eco Planet brands we offer, are all antimicrobial, resistant to dust mites, and prohibiting motion transfer. If you suffer from back problems or other body aches and pains, this is a great option for you because it supports your natural alignment and reduces pressure point tensions.
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3. Latex Mattresses
Both the core support and comfort layers of these mattresses are constructed with a combination of natural, and synthetic or engineered latex foams. Although they are often a more expensive option, they are extremely durable (15+ years) in addition to being eco-friendly and hypoallergenic. Like memory foam, they offer great therapeutic support by promoting natural body alignment and contouring, as well as reducing motion transfer to ensure optimal rest and comfort while sleeping.
These are the three most common mattresses sizes you can find online:
- King Size Mattress
- Queen Size Mattress
- Twin Mattress
- Double Mattress
While there has been no clinical evidence that any type of mattress benefits any one specific sleep issue so it’s incredibly important to figure out what type of mattress works best for your comfort level. If a mattress is too firm it will not support your body evenly which puts pressure on your back, shoulders, and neck. If it’s too soft or old and saggy you’ll sink in too far in some areas and have a hard time sleeping.
Sleeping on your side is the most common sleep position. You need a mattress that eliminates the stress on your shoulders and hips. A slightly softer mattress is a great option for this type of sleep position, as it allows your body to sink into the mattress just enough to relieve the pressure on your spine. You can also try to matchmake mattresses to get the desired result. For example, buy a softer memory foam or conventional mattress with a memory foam pillow that supports your neck. An even sleeping surface is key to making sure your spine and joints remain stress-free.
Best Mattress For Back
If you sleep on your back the most important part of a good night’s sleep is lower back support. You should avoid stiff mattresses. A firm memory foam mattress that contours to the body with just enough support is the best bet. If you prefer a conventional mattress, try an extra firm innerspring mattress. For your neck support, you want a firm pillow that will support your neck evenly.
A stomach sleeper generally suffers from some lower back pain, which can get worse if your mattress is saggy or extra soft. You want an extra firm mattress that won’t allow your body to sink and cause extensive pressure on your spine. As for your pillow, a thinner supportive pillow is best to keep your neck in alignment with the rest of your body.
Most people are combination sleepers, which means that they move around a lot in bed trying to get comfortable. In this case, it’s important that you pick a mattress that is the most comfortable. You’ll want to find a mattress that allows you a comfortable position in all three common sleeping styles.
Mattress Protector and Toppers
It's not always obvious when you need to replace your mattress. Did you know that the comfort and support of a mattress needed for the best night's sleep will usually last five to seven years depending on how it's used and its original quality? Since sleep is an important part of functioning and feeling our best, it's always a good idea to compare the mattress you're using to what's currently available in the market every two to three years.
How can you tell when your mattress should be replaced? Signs that are saying you need to replace your mattress include pains when you wake up and that all day tired feeling. A new mattress with no lumps or sags can make all the difference in your sleep, allowing you to wake up feeling refreshed the next day.