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What’s the best mattress for isolating two people from each other's movement?
Jan. 03, 2023


There are several factors to consider when choosing a mattress for two people. Here are some things to consider:

  1. Motion isolation: If one person gets in and out of bed or moves around a lot during the night, a mattress with good motion isolation can help reduce the amount of disturbance felt by the other person. Memory foam mattresses are generally good at isolating motion. (While memory foam is good it has lifespan issues therefore latex mattresses are a better long term choice.)
  2. Firmness: The ideal firmness level can vary from person to person. If one person prefers a softer mattress and the other prefers a firmer one, it may be a good idea to look for a mattress with adjustable firmness. Some airbeds (but they are known to break down) and foam mattresses with a dual-firmness option might be a good choice in this case. (This answer has literally nothing to do with the question?)
  3. Edge support: If you tend to sleep close to the edge of the bed, it’s important to choose a mattress with good edge support to prevent you from feeling like you’re going to roll off. Innerspring and hybrid mattresses tend to have good edge support. (This is completely wrong and has nothing to do with the question? I guess they are saying you might sleep close to the edge to be far away from your partner which is fine but firm edge support is there for a different reason and the way to not experience waterfalling on the edge of your mattress is to buy a Pillow Top or a Euro Top.) 
  4. Materials: Different materials can have different properties that affect how the mattress feels. Memory foam (Latex is better), for example, is known for its ability to contour to the body, while innersprings have a more traditional, bouncy feel (True). It’s a good idea to consider the materials used in the mattress and whether they will meet your needs and preferences. (That's why they asked the question!)

It’s generally (Always) a good idea to try out a mattress before you buy it to see if it’s a good fit for you. Many mattress retailers offer in-store testing or allow you to return the mattress  (online only) within a certain timeframe if you’re not satisfied with it. (It is a hassle to return a mattress which highlights why you should visit a showroom even more)

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