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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the best mattress for me?

You will find a wide range of mattresses in our store as well as our physical showrooms. The best mattress for you is one that feels best based on your comfort level i.e. soft, medium or firm and bed size requirements. In case you are still not sure, you can visit your nearest Slumberland Showroom to talk to our expert guides and test the best for you.

 

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How do I know if I need a new mattress?

We usually recommend you replace your mattress every 5-8 years. However, you may want to consider buying a new one if you have noticed changes in your sleep quality – waking up tired, achy; mattress is worn and doesn’t feel comfortable even after rotating and turning.

 

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I am overweight, what mattress is best for me?

We recommend a good memory foam mattress because they are more durable and supportive than spring mattresses which can break down quicker.

 

 

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I have pain in my lower back, what mattress suits me best?

A good firm, orthopedic mattress with support for the lower spine is best in case you have back pain.

 

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Which mattress is best for someone who sleeps on their side?

For a side sleeper, we recommend a plush mattress that can contour to the shape of the body.

 

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Which mattress is best for someone who sleeps on their stomach?

For a stomach sleeper, we recommend a supportive mattress to keep the back from arching and support the midsection.

 

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What is the difference between the firm, medium and soft mattress?

The main difference between firm, medium and soft is the comfort level:
• Firm: harder compared to the surfaces of other mattresses.
• Medium: provides softer surface comfort; this is the happy medium between firm and soft.
• Soft: cradles and supports your movement with pillow-like softness.

 

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What is the difference between the spring and foam mattress?

Spring mattresses support you with coil springs, which can traditionally be ‘bouncy’ whereas Memory foam mattresses are made of different layers of foam with a still feel.

 

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