Discover the difference a quality mattress can make to your sleep with the unparalleled luxury of Sealy Posturepedic. Proudly handcrafted in New Zealand, Sealy Posturepedic is like no other bed, providing absolute comfort and support. The information below will help you find the perfect mattress so you can experience a quality night’s sleep.
There are two main mattress types, each with different technology features that provide a different sleep feel.
Sealy mattresses are constructed using coil springs, arranged in a structured way to form the core of the mattress. A combination of specially selected comfort layers and premium natural materials are applied above the spring unit to assist in conformance and pressure relief.
Sealy innerspring mattresses have many benefits, including:
Designed with advanced components, Sealy Optimum™ foam mattresses feature a unique combination of superior visco-elastic foams to create the ultimate in comfort and pressure relief.
Sealy Optimum™ mattresses have many benefits, including:
Comfort levels range from very soft to extra firm - so it is best to find out your comfort preference first. Try several different comfort levels when you’re in-store.
Look for a firmer comfort layer with a good quality support system so that your spine is aligned throughout the night. Mattresses that are too soft may cause lower neck and back pain through allowing your body to curve too much.
You’ll sleep well on a mattress that has a softer comfort rating, allowing your shoulders and your hips to push deeper into the mattress than the rest of your body. This helps disperse pressure and improves circulation, reducing the chance of tossing and turning at night.
A medium amount of comfort – not too hard or too soft – is just right for you. This will ensure that your shoulders, back and hips are cradled with the right amount of cushioning, while the rest of your body can enjoy absolute comfort.
Comfort and support are key to avoid tossing and turning during the night. - In many cases, the need to roll over regularly comes from feeling sore or uncomfortable which often triggers the second person’s movements. To prevent both from tossing and turning, the right comfort and support are essential. - The size of the mattress is also important as some people need more space around them than others. This can affect the overall quality of your sleep.
If you are purchasing a mattress for a child, consider the right size for their needs. It may be worthwhile investing in a bigger bed, so they don’t outgrow it too soon. A good night’s sleep is especially important for young children, as it directly impacts mental and physical development. - If you are buying for a guest room, consider a mattress that will cover a wide variety of different sleepers – a medium to firm mattress is usually recommended in this case.
If you like a warmer sleep, a softer mattress could be better for you, as there is more material and surrounding insulation. On the contrary, firmer mattresses are better if you like a cooler sleep, as the elevation of the mattress surface will help you sleep. - Other factors to consider are your choice of bedding, the mattress protector and the room temperature or air-flow in the room.
Choose a mattress that has been designed to reduce allergies and look for options that contain natural materials in the upper layers of the mattress - such as wool, silk and other natural fibres. - A mattress protector can also help to protect against bed bugs, dirt, and allergens.
A good balance of comfort and support is key when selecting a mattress, as it helps to keep the spine aligned and may assist with back ailments or injuries. - If you are experiencing sleep issues due to health reasons, speak to your medical practitioner about your best options.