a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
If I recommend a specific bed and you buy it and whine about it, I'll be blamed.
Before I do that...
Prior list of disclaimers:
Most americans have trouble sleeping right now, or they should.
You own physical and psychological make up is unique to you.
The mattress companies sell labels and features. If it sounds good on the ads buy it, most americans gobble ad campaigns and slogans because they are
conditioned, everyone else does it.
Having said that.
I am 'like' you in certain regards, you're taller and heavier, so am I. You've slept on a 'bed of rocks', I've slept on cardboard beneath overpasses,
on benches and in the back of truck beds. One can sleep anywhere if exhausted enough. I'm also restless, toss and turning light sleeper. I am
destructive on things in general.
Having said that, I don't recommend anything complex like sleep numbers. they are over designed: wires, hoses and pumps, LCD dispalys and
'adjustments'. A covered bag of air inside a frame. Stay away from foam beds too. They wear out sooner.
Rule of thumb wth mattress, the firmer it feels new, the longer it will last.
I happened to inherit a used Simmons Deep Sleep (Plush 4.0). Its wearing well, I don't have back problems or numbness upon waking. I actually fall
asleep on it. By far the best I've encountered.
But if you are a princess and the pea type, nothing will work for you. Remember that when you review these
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