Your Personal Comfort Guide

Whatever your sleeping preference may be, we're sure to have the perfect mattress to suit. Using our handy tool, Your Personal Comfort Guide, will help you to decide on the perfect mattress for you whatever your sleeping position, comfort issue or mattress desires.

What is your sleeping position?

Side

Side

As a side sleeper, you are with the majority of the nation as more than half of British adults sleep in the foetal position. Although this posture can sometimes result in a numb arm, side sleeping is great for pregnant mums-to-be and those suffering from heartburn or acid reflux by easing discomfort.


What's the best mattress for side sleepers?
Back

Back

As a back sleeper, whether you opt for the starfish or 'Savasana', sleeping on your back is beneficial for your spinal alignment as it remains neutral. Because your face is not crumpled into a pillow, sleeping on your back can also reduce the probability of wrinkles.


What's the best mattress for back sleepers?
Front

Front

As a stomach sleeper, chances are you're less likely to snore. However, sleeping on your front is often cautioned, as it can lead to overarching the natural curve of your spine and even straining your neck. So it's important to take extra care with your mattress choice if you find you unconsciously adopt this position.


What's the best mattress for front sleepers?

Life Moments

PREGNANCY

Pregnancy is a magical experience but it does come with its fair share of unexpected changes both physically and in your daily routine. Sleep is just one of the things that can be affected.

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JOINT AND BACK PAIN

An orthopaedic mattress is incredibly beneficial for those with back pains, because it is specifically designed to support your neck, back, and hips, while not allowing your midsection to sink into the mattress.

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KIDS

As the nation's leading specialist in the industry of sleep, Dreams know just how important it is to get a good night's sleep. That everyone has a perfect night is what matters most to us, but never is this more important than when you're a child.

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