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Is a Mattress in a Box Right For Me?

Even though most households still contain a traditional coiled spring mattress, it’s simply an outdated way to sleep. Many people find comfort in their squeaky mattress they’ve had for as long as they can remember, but how would you know if there’s better things out there if you never give them a try? You might not see any brazen flaws with your existing mattress, but you wouldn’t know what you’re missing out on until you’ve slept on a mattress in a box. It might not be for everybody, but it could be just perfect for you. 

You’ve probably only had to face the decision of buying a new mattress once or twice over your lifetime. Spring mattresses lose their support quickly and will only last you a couple of years. Mattresses in a box however, are made of a rather new technology called memory foam. Memory foam comes with all sorts of benefits that traditional mattresses just can’t match. Mattresses in a box are particularly known for their comfort, cooling features, and convenience.

Traditional mattresses and some memory foam mattresses can get warm as you sleep, causing discomfort and a ton of tossing and turning. Because memory foam is so dense in order to support your body, the air circulation between your body and the mattress can be poor. Fortunately, companies like Real Sleep by Real Simple have found a way to combat that trapped heat with their Flora Flex technology. Instead of the foam heating up to your body temperature, their open cell technology pulls the heat away from your body in order to maximize the airflow and keep you cool at night.

Mattresses in a Box Offer Superior Comfort

Mattresses in a box also provide extreme comfort. Ideally, your mattress will have a firmness level of medium-firm for the best support. While firmness levels vary greatly among mattresses, the best mattress will have a top layer that contours to your body shape for evenly distributed support no matter what your sleeping position. Memory foam skeptics often argue that they don’t want to “sink in” to their mattress, but mattresses in a box like the ones from Real Sleep by Real Simple, have outstanding snap back, meaning you’ll never find yourself rolling into any permanent impressions.

Comfort is important, but so is your overall health. Alleviating pressure points is hard to do when sleeping on a traditional mattress. Real Sleep by Real Simple offers unique technology that supports your hips, back, and neck, minimizing aches and pains as well as providing you with a restorative sleep.

Aside from the comfort and cooling technology, mattresses in a box are convenient to set up and maintain. They’re especially popular amongst women because of the easy process. Like the name states, these mattresses are delivered to your doorstep in a box that weigh only 79-102 pounds, depending on the size of the bed. Ideally, it would only take 1 or 2 people to carry the box to the bedroom. With that, Real Sleep by Real Simple provides a handy cutter to get the mattress out of the box and then it only takes 2 hours for the mattress to fully expand.

Skepticism is okay because companies like Real Sleep by Real Simple offer a 100-night trial period, risk free. If you decide that the mattress isn’t for you, the company will remove the mattress cost-free and either donate it to a local charity or have it properly recycled. The mattress in a box ships free, can be returned free, and you’ll receive a full refund if you’re not getting the best sleep of your life.

If you’re unconvinced when it comes to mattresses in a box, just know that consumer sleep technology is on the rise. More than a third of adults don’t get the recommended amount of sleep and outdated mattresses play a major role in that stat. If you’re looking for a comfortable sleep in a cool environment, and want all that with convenience, a mattress in a box may be the move for you.