How To Choose A Waterbed Mattress
Choosing a replacement waterbed mattresses for your hardside bed can be a daunting challenge. Because there are many different choices available in the marketplace today, it is important that you fully understand the differences in the types of waterbed mattresses that are available. Because you are going to be spending at least 8 hours a night (hopefully) sleeping on your new mattress make sure that you take the time to learn about all of the features that are available so that you make the right decision for you.
Which One Is Right For Me?
Every individual is different and what might be comfortable for one person might be unbearable for the next. Obviously if you are a light sleeper and you sleeep with a partner that tosses and turns all through the night, you should refrain from buying a free flow or full motion mattress because as the name implies, the water flows freely through the mattress and as a result it has a lot of movement that will impair your ability to get a good nights sleep. On the other hand, if your experiance with a firm innerspring mattress has been that you find yourself feeling stiff in the morning, it might be a good idea to stay away from some of the firmest waterbed mattresses and perhaps choose yourself something like a semi-motion wave reduced model instead.