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What mattress ingredients make you sleep hot?
Jul. 16, 2023
  1. Memory Foam Density: High-density memory foam tends to retain more heat than low-density foam. Denser foams trap body heat and can make you feel warmer during the night.

  2. Polyurethane Foam: Certain polyurethane foams, especially those with a higher density, can retain heat and inhibit airflow, potentially causing a hot sleeping experience.

  3. Synthetic Materials: Mattress components made from synthetic materials, such as polyester or nylon covers, may not have good breathability, restricting airflow and trapping heat.

  4. Lack of Airflow: Mattresses that have limited airflow, either due to design or the use of materials that impede ventilation, can result in heat being trapped near your body.

  5. Lack of Cooling Technology: Some mattresses are specifically designed to have cooling properties. They may incorporate features such as gel-infused foam, copper or graphite particles, or open-cell foam to promote better temperature regulation.

It's worth noting that individual preferences and body types can also influence how hot or cool a mattress feels to a person. If you're concerned about sleeping hot, it's advisable to look for mattresses with cooling features, breathable materials, or those specifically marketed as "cooling" or "temperature-regulating." Additionally, using breathable bedding and keeping your bedroom temperature and humidity levels at a comfortable range can help mitigate heat retention.

Our customers find latex mattresses with bamboo woven into the cover to be the coolest sleeping.