LET SCIENCE IDENTIFY THE RIGHT MATTRESS
Using 18 statistical measurements and 1000s of calculations, bedMatchTM uses sensor technology to scientifically pinpoint the best mattresses for your body. In minutes, you have a free personalized profile of the best mattresses for you.
Why guess when you can know?
Your comfort and your sleep are our highest priority. Proper natural alignment, pressure points, and how you sleep are primary factors that determine which mattress is best for you.
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HOW DOES IT WORK?
Answer a few questions about how you sleep and any areas of back or neck pain.
Lay in a comfortable bed as sensors inflate to find your support level.
Get a free report of the best mattress models that match your support profile.
Get the mattress and pillow fitted for your back delivered to your home!
BETTER SLEEP. BETTER HEALTH. SLEEP SPA.
Finding the proper mattress is critical for reducing back pain and promoting overall health. With our bedMATCH technology and full-time Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Angie, we're committed to identifying the perfect mattress for every customer. Dr. Angie trains each of our sleep advocates to provide expert guidance on postural support and alignment during sleep, so you can be confident that you're getting a mattress that's perfectly fitted to your body. Don't guess when it comes to your mattress — schedule an appointment with our sleep team today and discover the benefits of better sleep.
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What is the BedMatch(TM) System?
Our exclusive BedMatch system profiles your back using 18 statistical measurements and sensor technology to determine what mattress is right for you. Reviewed by physicians at Duke University, BedMatch was developed in collaboration with the Sleep to Live® Institute. You deserve to know which mattress is the best match for your body and budget.
How does it find the right mattress?
When you begin shopping for a new mattress, where do you start? What is the best brand for you? Sleep to Live, Dormeo, Wellness, IntelliBed, Aireloom, Serta, Beautyrest, Stearns and Foster, or Tempur-Pedic? Inner coil, memory foam, or Hybrid? With all of these choices, how do you know which model will be the most comfortable for you? BedMatch can tell you in just a few minutes and here's how it works!
After you answer a few simple questions, Bed Match creates your statistical chart. Next, you lie on the computerized test bed and in five minutes you receive a personalized printout that gives you a color-coded recommendation for the proper postural support you need in a mattress.
Meet Your Match
With your personalized printout, and the help of a Sleep Spa Sleep Advocate, you will try the selection of mattresses available in your recommended support range to find the one best suited to your needs.
18 Primary Statistical Measurements Determined by Medical Research
For you, the test is simple, requiring less than five minutes to answer a few questions on a touch screen and then lay on a bed with sensors that inflate and deflate to determine proper support levels for the length of your body. In this short time, BedMatch calculates your results based on the following 18 statistical measurements determined by years of medical research as primary factors for mattress comfort and sleep health. These critical measurements are:
- Gender Calculation
- Width of Waist
- Width of Hips
- Width of Shoulders
- Low Back Pain Calculation
- Hip Pain Calculation
- Neck Pain Calculation
- Mid Back Pain Calculation
- Shoulder Pain Calculation
- Weight of Shoulder Area
- Weight of Hip Area
- Weight of Waist Area
- Distribution of Weight
- Sleep Research Adjustment
- Flexibility of Lumbar Curve
- Degree of Lumbar Curve
What Type of Mattress is Right For Me?
The mattress industry has come a long way since the first metal spring mattress was revealed to the public. There have been many sleep surface innovations over the years from the waterbed to the futon to the inflatable mattress. Fast forward to now, there is a list of modern innovations for mattress quality earning their spots at the top based on customer satisfaction ratings. These include mattresses constructed with pocketed coils, memory foam, latex and cooling gels. So, how do you know which mattress is right for you?
Pocketed Coil Mattresses
Pocketed coils are individually wrapped springs that compress and move freely from one another to compress only in support areas. They are often designed with heavier gauge metal coils in these heavier pressure point areas such as the hip and shoulders to provide greater support for proper postural alignment. The independent compression of the coils also helps to reduce energy transfer to other parts of the bed when you move, that could affect a partner's sleep, though generally not as well as a quality memory foam mattress.
Do the number of coils in the mattress matter? The answer is yes and no. A mattress could have significantly more coils than another, but they may use a lower gauge of metal and may coil fewer times within each spring, reducing quality and support. When considering a pocketed coil mattress, it is important to ask questions about the gauge of metal and how many times the wraps to determine true quality. Pocketed coil mattresses can fall short to memory foam on overall comfort and movement depending on initial quality, but often can win for performance over time.
Memory Foam Mattresses
Memory Foam Mattresses consist mainly of "viscoelastic" polyurethane as well as additional chemicals that allow it to soften and conform with body heat and regain its original form when pressure is released. Certain memory foams are better engineered to allow airflow to sleep cooler and avoid sleeping hot. Memory foam mattresses will often include multiple layers designed for enhanced support with more rigid layers at the bottom and softer and more breathable layers at the top for comfort. Memory foam mattresses are also a keen choice for partners, as motion deadens in the mattress to make movement of one partner less noticeable to the other.
Latex Mattresses are created with either a Dunlop or Talalay manufacturing process for natural latex mattresses, where the latex actually comes from rubber trees. Synthetic latex is also a commonly produced with a similar density and feel of natural latex. Density is something latex mattresses have in common and are often heavier than other mattresses. Both natural and synthetic latex beds are produced with different support levels and firmness to accommodate a wide range of sleepers.
Gel-Infused Mattresses reduce heat transfer and better maintain ambient temperature with enhanced air circulation; allowing body heat to escape and not get trapped in the mattress. Much like latex, gel layered mattresses tend to add density and weight.
Hybrid mattresses combine two or more supporting mattress constructions. Common hybrids incorporate combinations of pocketed coils, memory foam, latex and gel. Hybrid mattresses often combine the best of worlds for comfort and quality to provide superior sleeping systems that match up to the best coil, memory foam, latex and gel mattresses.
Neither Bob Mills Furniture Company, LLC nor Dr. Angela Shepardson represent or endorse any specific health related benefits arising from the purchase or use of any specific product, and neither is liable for any physical discomfort or impairment arising out of the purchase and use of any specific product. The opinions expressed or information provided by our staff chiropractors is not intended as a diagnosis, treatment, or provision of medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult a physician or other health care professional for your specific health care and/or medical needs or concerns.