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Memory foam mattresses adapt to your body shape so it feels like your pressure points are being cradled. Innerspring mattresses are usually firmer and have more bounce. Hybrid mattresses use a combination of foam and innersprings so you don’t have to pick just one.

12 Best Mattresses You Can Buy in 2020.
Say goodbye to back pain and hello to deep sleep.
Not to add more pressure, but buying a new mattress is one of the most important purchases you’ll make for your home. It needs to be comfortable and supportive to give you the best possible sleep, and durable so you won’t have to replace it within a few years. And because mattresses can get pricey, you want to make sure you’re investing in one that’s actually worth the cost.
The Good Housekeeping Institute Textiles Lab reviews mattresses of all kinds, from traditional innerspring mattress that you buy in stores to foam mattress-in-a-box styles that you buy online. On top of researching the brands, materials, and features, we have product experts and consumer testers try them out, and we survey our tester panel to get in-depth reviews from thousands of real users. Here are the best mattresses to buy in 2020 :
Best Online Mattress: Saatva Mattress Best Value Mattress : Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Best Firm Mattress : Stearns & Foster Cassatt Luxury Firm Mattress Best Mattress-in-a-Box: Casper Mattress Best In-Store Mattress-in-a-Box: tulo Mattress Best Adjustable Mattress : Sleep Number 360 p6 Smart Bed Best Organic Mattress : Avocado Green Mattress Best Cooling Mattress : Tempur-Pedic Tempur Luxe Breeze Mattress Best Reversible Mattress: Layla Mattress Best Mattress on Amazon : T&N Original Mattress Most Innovative Mattress Material : Purple Mattress Most Versatile Mattress: Bedgear M3 Mattress.
Below, you’ll find more on the top mattresses that offer something for every price point, feel preference, and personal sleep needs, but first, here’s what to consider as you shop for your best mattress:
Which mattress material is best?
Memory foam and innerspring mattresses are the two most common types of mattresses on the market, but it’s really a matter of personal preference. You can find mattresses at every firmness level and price for either material.
Memory foam mattresses adapt to your body shape so it feels like your pressure points are being cradled. Innerspring mattresses are usually firmer and have more bounce. Hybrid mattresses use a combination of foam and innersprings so you don’t have to pick just one.
How do I pick the best mattress?
Consider your sleep position: stomach sleepers need a firm mattress, side sleepers should opt for a softer surface, and back sleepers fall somewhere in between. The goal is to keep your spine in neutral alignment, so there should be less stress on the pressure points like your shoulders, hips, and knees.
Read on for more details about the best mattresses (with prices listed for queen-size), plus feedback from consumer testers and the experts in our Textiles Lab. And while you’re shopping for a new mattress, check out our top-tested bedding picks for sheets, pillows, and comforters, along with mattress protectors to help extend the life of your new bed.
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