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The Results Are In: The Top Mattresses For People With Back Pain

Charlie Goetzman Contributor

Millions of Americans suffer from chronic back pain. You spend a third of your life in bed, and even in perfect health you need a good mattress to make your time spent there comfortable. Chronic back pain makes the need for a good mattress ever more important. We at the Daily Dealer are here to help you choose one. Take a look at these well-regarded mattresses that are perfect for folks suffering from chronic back pain. Happy shopping and happy sleeping!

The Tempur-Pedic TEMPUR-Adapt (Medium Hybrid)

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Photo from Amazon.com

This medium-feel hybrid foam mattress uses Tempur-Pedic’s signature memory foam technology to fit your body like a blanket, while simultaneously providing the firmness your back needs. It’s got over a thousand spring coils nestled beneath layers upon layers of Tempur-Pedic’s famed mattress foam. It will gently support your back; your spine will get the support it needs, but you won’t feel as though you’re sleeping on a rock.

The Tuft & Needle Adaptive Foam

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Photo from Amazon.com

This Tuft & Needle mattress uses a somewhat different type of foam than Tempur-Pedic. Tempur-Pedic is not for everyone, and this type of mattress will suit those who feel “stuck” and immobile wrapped in their memory foam: it’s got a supportive yet bouncy feel, not too soft but not too hard. It’s pressure relieving and perfect for those with bad backs.

The Leesa Luxury Hybrid

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Photo from Amazon.com

This Leesa mattress responds and adapts to your body as you move in your sleep, making it perfect for people with bad backs and a tendency to move in their sleep. The mattress contains both springs and foam — the best of both worlds. And four-stripe mattress cover for which Leesa is famous — highly breathable and with tapered edges — is ensured to keep you comfortable as you sleep.

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