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30 Jun 2022 04:55
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi again,

I was thinking about it and maybe swapping out the medium dunlop for a medium talalay may help to allow for better shoulder/arm sinkage. Is that something you'd be able to try out?

NikkiTMU
28 Jun 2022 14:13
  • Basilio
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Hi al,

Shopping for male, twenties, 170 pounds. Likes ultra firm and I want organic or at least a non-toxic mattress. Hybrid preferred, as he prefers coils.

As a mattress is unique to the sleeper using it, based on their stats (height, BMI, sleeping position(s) and any underlying health issues) and PPP (Posture and alignment, Pressure relief, and Personal preferences) it’s also important to have some idea of what you are looking for when you embark on the mattress buying journey. You have provided a couple of his stats, and what you have ruled out – you know he likes ultra firm, organic, hybrid, coils. The good news is you have a lot of choices. I would suggest taking a look at our mattress shopping tutorial as well as the mattress specifications you need to know and the mattress durability guidelines will give you an idea of the longevity of specific materials.

The best way to test a new mattress in person; if that’s not possible, you want to make sure that the mattress company has a 100 night trial or similar, as it can take a while to ‘break in’ a mattress to see if it’s a good fit.
You should avoid any manufacturer that is not transparent on the materials and specifications of their components,
As this could hide inexpensive materials or construction.

If you are considering online ordering, many of the Trusted Members of the site have organic latex hybrid mattresses with firm comfort options, such as Arizona SleepEZ Factory , Luma Sleep and also Shovlin Mattress Factory who are all fully committed to transparency and have excellent customer service.


I wish you success on your mattress search,

Basilio
28 Jun 2022 00:02
  • equalme
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Well you were right lol, the SleepEZ setup is firmer than my old mattress, and I'm not sure if I like that. I ended up with soft Talalay / Medium Dunlop / firm Dunlop. It is comfortable when sleeping on my back, but it is wrecking my shoulders when side sleeping. I feel like my shoulder is not able to sink in enough? I wake up throughout the night because the arm I am laying on goes numb.
11 Jun 2022 22:42
  • lantern71
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Both The Latex Mattress Factory and EZ Sleep have the natural cotton and wool quilted covers. Sleep EZ has the 8" King for $297 and The Latex Mattress Factory for $450. Anyone know if there's a difference in quality? Or where to get the best cover (with wool and mattressey looking)? Thank you

8" King
Sleep EZ Natural Cotton and wool - $297
Sleep EZ Organic Cotton and wool - $499

Latex Mattress Factory Natural Cotton and wool - $450


SleepEZ and LMF are run by the same people but separate business entities. Usually the difference in pricing is due to warranty and return policy. These guys are upfront and very helpful so give them a call to confirm.
11 Jun 2022 13:49
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi equalme.

Welcome to our Mattress Forum. :)

When looking at the specs of your existing mattress, I can say with some confidence that you'll be getting a firmer feel from the SleepEZ build. You could swap out that top layer for a medium talalay if you find it too soft/sinky for your liking, but you'll be sinking into the dunlop which tends to feel a bit firmer than talalay due to its composition.

We are looking to purchase the SleepEZ 10" in a king size (should the 13" be considered?)


If you had extreme support needs or required a thicker mattress, then 13" would be fine to consider but for your heights and weights, 10" is perfect.

NikkiTMU
11 Jun 2022 13:38
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Hi LatexFamily.

Welcome to The Mattress Underground :)

Both The Latex Mattress Factory and EZ Sleep have the natural cotton and wool quilted covers. Sleep EZ has the 8" King for $297 and The Latex Mattress Factory for $450. Anyone know if there's a difference in quality? Or where to get the best cover (with wool and mattressey looking)? Thank you

8" King
Sleep EZ Natural Cotton and wool - $297
Sleep EZ Organic Cotton and wool - $499

Latex Mattress Factory Natural Cotton and wool - $450


Unfortunately, the last several years has presented unprecedented challenges for manufacturers and retailers due to supply chain issues caused by the pandemic globally, as well as rising costs of materials and rising fuel costs. Disruptions for suppliers have caused them to pass inflating costs on to their customers, who in turn are forced to pass costs on to the consumer.

We have long term relationships with both Arizona SleepEZ Factory and Latex Mattress Factory . Both members offer excellent products and strive for excellence in providing a great customer experience.

You are correct that at the present time, the SleepEZ Natural Cotton and Wool Zippered Cover is $153 less than the Latex Mattress Factory Natural Cotton and Wool Zippered Cover . While there is no difference in quality, we can extemporize that LMF has had potentially higher sourcing costs for their products recently. In some cases, specific suppliers for our Trusted Members may have a stock of material on hand they purchased for less that they can offer the manufacturer; this can swing back and forth due to fluctuations of market forces. For the time being, SleepEZ is able to provide the cover at a lesser rate.

NikkiTMU
10 Jun 2022 19:56
  • Basilio
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Hi rhemy1,

Do you have a suggestion for a full latex mattress no coils. I weigh 226 lbs and tend to sleep on ever side. I’m 5’ 11”

It is difficult to make any suggestions with certainty, as again a mattresses comfort and ability to provide support while you sleep is unique to you having a unique body type and needs and preferences. Thanks for providing additional stats; I will say that at a higher BMI, while you’ll need to put a special emphasis on more durable materials and constructions and probably on mattresses that are thicker have firmer comfort and support layers (firmer materials feel softer for heavier people and firmer support layers are usually important to for good alignment for higher weights). I would especially make sure you read Post #2 here that has some generic guidelines for different body types and sleeping positions and post #14 here has more about the benefits of thicker comfort layers and thicker mattresses. You will likely want to look at firmer-feeling mattresses to provide enough support and prevent any misalignment in your spine or joint pain, but not that firm that it created pressure points since you are a side sleeper. This is to say that I would definitely run all of this summarized info by the retailer/manufacturer themselves as they are the best to know how their mattresses and designs work with different body types, weights, and sleeping positions. Which is why it is so important to speak with someone knowledgeable rather than be given a “script response” from a sales rep that has little to no experience with how the mattress works.

Since it sounds like you are leaning towards an all latex mattress, some options from TMU trusted members list would include a DIY mattress construction under the direct supervision of a trusted member such as DIY Mattress , who allow you to create your own customized mattress, they have 2” and 3” layers of both Dunlop(this a denser, firmer latex with a ‘bouncy’ feel) and Talalay (A softer more responsive feel in case you like that better) of various firmness levels, allowing you to use for example, a Talalay layer at the top for comfort, with Dunlop below to provide support. By providing them your stats and sleeping preferences they can create a layered latex mattress which you can place on a base like a platform or adjustable bed frame.

Member Latex Mattress Factory specializes in mattresses for plus sized people and are extremely skilled in guiding consumers to good fit mattress on the DIY construction model, I would go for something with 10” of more of firmer natural latex mattress. (On the call I would make sure to mention the base model construction that you tested in the shop and liked) so that they get a better sense I’d start with these two and then see what other similar options you can find from other members that best fit your personal criteria (price, returns, warranties, and all else that is important to you) such as Flexus Comfort and CozyPure , who likewise offer all-latex mattresses. I have included a list below of all the trusted members who offer all-latex mattresses:
Arizona Premium Arizona SleepEZ Bay Bed & Mattress BioSleep Concept CBH Wood Furniture CozyPure DIY Mattress DIY Natural Bedding Dormio Organic Beds Flexus Comfort Mattress FloBeds Foam Sweet Foam Fox Mattress Gardner Mattress GhostBed Latex Mattress Factory Luma Sleep Mattress Makers Mattress To Go MFC My Green Mattress Nest Bedding Oklahoma Mattress Company Richmond Bedding Shepherd’s Dream Shovlin Mattress Factory Sleeping Organic Spindle Mattress Texas Mattress Makers The Beloit Mattress Company The Mattress Factory
It’s good to see that you started by eliminating the worst contenders then deciding the basics – the feel and firmness you want in a mattress, what materials or options you do or don’t want (like ‘no coils’) You are on the good track. Let us know how far you go and we’ll be happy to make additional comments on any of the mattresses you are considering.

Basilio
09 Jun 2022 19:57
  • equalme
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We are looking to switch out our old latex mattress for a newer and larger bed. Our current mattress is a Dreamfoam Ultimate dream latex (medium); the level of firmness just states medium = 28 ILD. We love the bed but wouldn’t mind it if it was slightly firmer. It is eight years old and starting to sag on one side.

I believe the specs are:
-1.5 Inches of Reflex Foam
-3 inches Talalay latex comfort layer
-5.5 inches of 1.8 lb/ft.³ high-density polyfoam core

Me: 5’9” 165 lbs - back and side sleeper. Tend to like medium/firm beds. Sleeps hot.
Her: 5’1” 105 lbs - back and side sleeper. Likes medium beds.
We both toss and turn a lot throughout the night, we do not like the in-active and stuck feeling of a memory foam mattress.

Other beds that we have tested and liked the firmness are:
1. Tempurpedic ProBreeze medium hybrid
2. Serta CF2000 Firm

We are looking to purchase the SleepEZ 10" in a king size (should the 13" be considered?) The recommendation I received from SleepEZ was a split build 10" organic latex-
Her: soft Talalay / medium Dunlop / medium Dunlop.
Me: soft Talalay / Medium Dunlop / firm Dunlop.

SleepEZ soft talalay is 19-22 ILD. I'm worried about sinking in too much? Also considering just keeping it simple and not doing the split since the wife generally sleeps in the middle and me at the edge lol.
08 Jun 2022 19:32
  • Basilio
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Hi az333, and welcome to The Mattress Underground :)
Glad to have you here.

My partner and I are looking for a new king sized mattress and could really use some help. We are both tall (5’11 and 6’3) and both around 210-220 pounds. We’ve been doing some research, but are having a hard time finding the best option for our needs. Our main needs are:
1. excellent edge support (we both tend to sleep close to the edge and sit on it often)
2. minimal heat retention (we both sleep very hot and often get sweaty/wake up from being hot)
3. pretty firm (like a 7-8 on a scale of 1-10).
As far as sleep styles, we both toss and turn in the night so it’s important that we’re able to move around easily

A new mattress is an important purchase, and its’ good you are taking the time to take a look at your options since this is your first mattress. Any mattress is unique to the sleepers who sleep on it, and is based on your stats (height, BMI, sleeping position(s) and any underlying health conditions, if any), and your PPP(Posture and alignment, Pressure relief, and Personal preferences). Thanks for providing you and your partners’ stats – you don’t say if you have any health issues or soreness on waking, but that you did not like the feel of the memory foam mattress you tried in a store.

First you may want to take a look at the mattress shopping tutorial to get an idea of what your options are, as well as the mattress specifications you need to know , and also the mattress durability guidelines to see how different components hold up over time. Both a hybrid latex and an all latex bed in firm or medium firm won’t present durability issues given your higher BMIs. So that’s a good direction thus far in terms of durability.

We’ve recently tried a memory foam mattress in store and really didn’t like it because of the restricted mobility and feeling like we were sinking into the mattress. I also prefer my mattress to have a bit of bounce otherwise it just feels dead to me.
(Side note: we’re both heavy sleepers so the whole motion isolation thing is not really a priority for us)Other than that, I primarily sleep on my stomach/side and he primarily sleeps on his back/side but we both prefer firm mattresses. We like feeling like we’re on top of the mattress rather than “in” it if that makes sense.

You have already identified some materials that you likely want to avoid, like memory foam, and as you are not concerned with motion isolation, you can likely not be concerned with a zoned latex. Since you both sleep very ‘hot’ you will want to look for mattresses that have a breathable layer closest to the sleepers – like cotton, wool, or coconut coir – to keep perspiration from gathering around your bodies while you sleep. As you both prefer firm mattresses, a firmer ILD latex mattress, or a hybrid with quality high density foam, along with a pocketed coil innerspring base with edge support, since you spend a lot of time on your bed besides sleeping, and you both prioritize firmness, this may be worth looking at.

We were able to try the saatva zenhaven in store and we really liked the firm side of it, but we felt like we should continue searching to see if there’s anything better for the money (it was $3k for the zenhaven). I was considering a custom latex mattress from flexus, but I’m concerned that an all latex mattress will not have good enough edge support. Currently, I’m mainly considering a latex/coil hybrid but can’t decide which brand to go for. I see that flexus, AP, sleepez and saatva have similar options but don’t know which would be best for our needs. I’m also willing to consider any other brand as long as it’under $3k. Do you have any recommendations? Would a latex/coil hybrid even be the best choice?
I also would like to note that when I’m at home, I spend a majority of the time on my bed (both sitting and laying down). I sometimes even do meetings from my bed, so it’s not just for sleep.

I took a look at the Saatva ZenHaven, which is a 10” flippable Latex mattress with a ‘plush’ side and a ‘luxury firm’ side. Latex is naturally more breathable than any other type of foams layers in between the latex layers but even though they do not list the thicknesses or (ILD – Indentation Layer Deflection, the higher the ILD the firmer the latex) so I’d make sure to get the comfort level to match up with your needs and that is approximating Saatva you tried. I am glad you both prefer firmer sleeping surfaces as those would be most appropriate for your stomach sleeping and your partner’s back sleeping. Additionally, firmer sleeping surfaces would sleep cooler as you won’t sink in too much and trap the body heat thus creating a hotter and more humid sleeping microclimate. Firmer surfaces will also help with sitting on the edge or mattress roll off. . You may want to look at these few readings about Sleeping style , and Higher BMI people . There is also more about the many variables that can affect the sleeping temperature of a mattress or sleeping system in post #2 that can help you choose the types of materials and components that are most likely to keep you in a comfortable temperature range., for more relevant details, but all in all you are on the right track with everything. Saatva uses a proprietary 100% natural Dunlop latex which is a little firmer than Talalay latex in the same ILD. So that’s a good choice of a material as well. Latex is a little lower on the scale when it comes to motion isolation than memory foam but that is not important criteria for you.

For a 3k budget – you should be able to find a lot of offerings under that price. The other manufacturers you mention – Flexus Comfort , Arizona Premium and Arizona SleepEZ Factory are all trusted members of the site, and all are transparent regarding the materials and construction of their mattresses but above all they have great customer support and help to find the best comfort option that would be a perfect fit for you both sleepers. . If you can provide them with a little information, and the concerns stated above, they will strive to match you with a mattress that suits you both and will last a long time. In the end, though, keep in mind that only you and your partner can determine what works for you. To address the edge support issue, you may want to read this Phoenix post here .

Because of its point elasticity though ... those who sit on the very outside edge a lot (instead of sitting with your body weight more into the middle of the mattress) or who sleep with more concentrated weight on the outside few inches of their mattress may find themselves sinking down more than they like even though this isn't normally an issue when sleeping on the mattress. For those who prefer a firmer edge then there are a few latex mattresses that use what's called a "racetrack" perimeter where the outer few inches of the latex support core is surrounded with a firmer foam. Unfortunately, most of the time this firmer foam is a much less durable (but firmer) polyfoam which will soften and break down sooner than the latex and what starts out as a positive can become a negative over time (depending on the density of the polyfoam this can sometimes be a fairly short time). Because of this it would be much better to use firmer latex in those cases where perimeter support is preferred rather than less durable polyfoam but this is an uncommon construction for latex.
In most cases though ... a latex support layer that is firm enough relative to body weight of the person sleeping on the mattress will be fine for most people.

I am not sure if any of our trusted members provide edge support on their products, but if you are set on that, you can call any of them and inquire...for example, members DIY Mattress and also Latex Mattress Factory botth are experienced with providing custom latex mattresses, so they may be a good place to start.

I wish you success on your mattress journey!

Basilio
08 Jun 2022 14:20
  • tismon
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It seems like I keep needing to refer back to these notes once in a while. So I'm back once again.

I've been putting up with the softer layer for these past 7 years and after trying to keep up with a nearly three year old now, I could really use the additional support :cheer:
Apparently, I'm also using this forum to chronology the major events in my life as well.

I had to reach out to SleepEZ's general email since it seems that Robin is no longer with the company, but Gabrielle has been very helpful in setting up a custom cart link with a 30x80 single layer.
They no longer offer the blended Talalay, but the ILD of their current 100% Talalay is identical to what I had posted in here before.
"For the Medium firmness it would have a 30-32 ILD. Soft is 19-22, Firm is 38-40, and XF if 44"

I suppose that this is just a post to thank you again for keeping this forum going all these years. The resources are just as valuable now and they were back then.
06 Jun 2022 17:44
  • az333
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Hi, this is my first time posting here (and first time buying a mattress) so I apologize if this out of place.

My partner and I are looking for a new king sized mattress and could really use some help. We are both tall (5’11 and 6’3) and both around 210-220 pounds. We’ve been doing some research, but are having a hard time finding the best option for our needs.

Our main needs are:
1. excellent edge support (we both tend to sleep close to the edge and sit on it often)
2. minimal heat retention (we both sleep very hot and often get sweaty/wake up from being hot)
3. pretty firm (like a 7-8 on a scale of 1-10).

As far as sleep styles, we both toss and turn in the night so it’s important that we’re able to move around easily. We’ve recently tried a memory foam mattress in store and really didn’t like it because of the restricted mobility and feeling like we were sinking into the mattress. I also prefer my mattress to have a bit of bounce otherwise it just feels dead to me (Side note: we’re both heavy sleepers so the whole motion isolation thing is not really a priority for us) Other than that, I primarily sleep on my stomach/side and he primarily sleeps on his back/side but we both prefer firm mattresses. We like feeling like we’re on top of the mattress rather than “in” it if that makes sense.

We were able to try the saatva zenhaven in store and we really liked the firm side of it, but we felt like we should continue searching to see if there’s anything better for the money (it was $3k for the zenhaven). I was considering a custom latex mattress from flexus, but I’m concerned that an all latex mattress will not have good enough edge support. Currently, I’m mainly considering a latex/coil hybrid but can’t decide which brand to go for. I see that flexus, AP, sleepez and saatva have similar options but don’t know which would be best for our needs. I’m also willing to consider any other brand as long as it’s under $3k. Do you have any recommendations? Would a latex/coil hybrid even be the best choice?

I also would like to note that when I’m at home, I spend a majority of the time on my bed (both sitting and laying down). I sometimes even do meetings from my bed, so it’s not just for sleep.
31 May 2022 12:39
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Hi lantern71, thanks for your insight. I did play around with SleepEZ's configurator when trying to reverse engineer it a bit. It seems that for my size and sleep habits, the 2 inch top layer should suffice, based on researching this site independent of the configurator. When I purchased my last bed, I asked for something in concrete so am hopeful that what I select will be softer than the bed it is replacing, now that I'm much older and starting to feel all the sins from my youth.
31 May 2022 12:32
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Thank you NikkiTMU, appreciate your answer and providing the reassurance I was hoping for. It's so cool that there are mattress experts and customers willing to share their advice and experiences. Seems that buying a new HVAC system was easier than figuring out what mattress to buy online. Thanks again!
30 May 2022 19:26
  • Basilio
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Hi BurrowingOwl,

It's been nearly six month since I last posted so I thought I would give an update on my complicated bed situation. It's positive: I am consistently able to sleep through the night now!.

Thanks for taking the time to give us a 6 months update on your status. Great news! Sorry to hear about the chronic pain, but the ‘silver lining’ is that you have identified and gotten a treatment regime for your inflammatory condition…determining whether any pains a sleeper has is caused or increased by an unsuitable mattress is a key as much as a sleepers stats(height, BMI, sleeping position(s) and any health conditions) and PPP( Posture and alignment, Pressure relief, and Personal preferences) which go towards determining your personal value equation . You have certainly done a lot of work to get to this point, so again, Bravo!

As for my mattress, I did do what SleepEZ suggested and swapped out some of dunlop for other latex types. My current build, from bottom to top:
3" 30ild medium dunlop from SleepEZ
3" 30ild medium talalay from SleepEZ
2" 20ild soft Earthfoam from Sleep on Latex
2"ish deluxe wool topper from St Peter Woolen Mill
I've been consistently able to sleep on this stack for nearly six months! I waver between finding this "too firm" and "too soft" which means it's probably about right, and anyway I am able to get to sleep, so YAY.

Outstanding news. Arizona SleepEZ Factory is a long-standing Trusted Member of the site and they are committed to providing excellent service. They like to go ‘above and beyond to provide their customers with a suitable sleep system, and it looks like they've solved your conundrum. DIY builds are not easy to get right and it may take patience and multiple tries to get a system of layers that provide the proper support and comfort for individual needs. I like the combo of latexes at 20-30 ILD which seems to be the ‘best of both worlds’ in the mix of Talalay and Dunlop latex, as Dunlop is denser and considered firmer than Talalay in the same ILD with more ‘bounce’ while Talalay has more comfortable ‘sinking in’ feel to it.

Also good to know that you do not have adverse reactions to the wool topper when enclosed, and that does not exacerbate your inflammatory condition.

Changing my sleep position was another necessary part of my journey, since I am now absolutely unable to sleep in my former position (stomach) due to pain. Sleeping on my back is the best position, and I credit my buckwheat pillow with helping me learn to do so without neck pain. I'm also learning to sleep properly on my side with the help of a body pillow (what I used to call "side sleeping" was actually the fetal position and I would slump during the night and wake up on my stomach).
If I were to do this over, I am not sure I would mess with latex at all; but the stack I've got now is working fine, and I am very glad to have found out about wool toppers, buckwheat pillows, and body pillows, all of which have been sleep game-changers.

As you have found, as we age (and especially if we have preexisting conditions or health issues ) our needs sleep and comfort needs can change drastically. A change in sleeping positions is a HUGE readjustment (especially front to back) which also impacts the type of support needed to keep proper spinal alignment and posture. So hats off...Congratulations! :cheer: . The body pillow solution seems to have helped you turn the corner and now you have a mattress that is not only durable but should be comfortable as long as your condition stays under control and sleep positions don't revert to previous bad postural habbits. Thanks for sharing your journey as it may be invaluable to other TMU Forum visitors with similar predicaments. I wish you many pain-free nights and comfortable sleep!

Basilio
29 May 2022 14:47
  • BurrowingOwl
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It's been nearly six month since I last posted so I thought I would give an update on my complicated bed situation. It's positive: I am consistently able to sleep through the night now!

In January I posted to the SleepEZ forum despairing because my DIY mattress, which replicated a version I had found "too soft" before, now felt too firm, and especially caused pressure points on my ribs. "Is it the mattress that changed," I wondered, "or me?" Spoiler alert: It was me! I have since learned that my chronic pain was not caused by my mattress, but is related to an inflammatory condition. The good news is that I've learned strategies for keeping it under control (including painkillers, physical therapy, and postural improvements), and I've landed on a mattress stack that I can sleep on!

My chronic pain explains why I found an "ordinary" bed too firm. The tough thing is that, in this situation, you also don't want to make the bed too soft, because that can cause back problems that exacerbate the problem. For a long time, I was sleeping propped up on a pile of soft pillows because this was the only way to reduce immediate pressure on the ribs and get to sleep, but ultimately I think I was doing myself a disservice by sleeping with poor alignment.

As for my mattress, I did do what SleepEZ suggested and swapped out some of dunlop for other latex types. My current build, from bottom to top:

3" 30ild medium dunlop from SleepEZ
3" 30ild medium talalay from SleepEZ
2" 20ild soft Earthfoam from Sleep on Latex
2"ish deluxe wool topper from St Peter Woolen Mill

I've been consistently able to sleep on this stack for nearly six months! I waver between finding this "too firm" and "too soft" which means it's probably about right, and anyway I am able to get to sleep, so YAY.

The wool topper is really the lynchpin of the whole thing since i find it much more comfortable and pressure-relieving as an immediate sleep surface than *any* firmness of latex. (I had in previous posts worried that I may be allergic to wool... it turns out that because of my various inflammations of eyes/throat/etc., I am unusually irritated by "flyaway" hairs and particles in the air from handling wool batting, but this is only a problem if I'm directly handling the wool itself as part of a DIY project, adjustable pillow, etc. I am able to use a fully enclosed item like the wool topper with no problem!)

Changing my sleep position was another necessary part of my journey, since I am now absolutely unable to sleep in my former position (stomach) due to pain. Sleeping on my back is the best position, and I credit my buckwheat pillow with helping me learn to do so without neck pain. I'm also learning to sleep properly on my side with the help of a body pillow (what I used to call "side sleeping" was actually the fetal position and I would slump during the night and wake up on my stomach).

If I were to do this over, I am not sure I would mess with latex at all; but the stack I've got now is working fine, and I am very glad to have found out about wool toppers, buckwheat pillows, and body pillows, all of which have been sleep game-changers.
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