Laying on a flat, rock-hard, non-conforming mattress would be fine if you had a flat spine. You don’t. You need a mattress that adapts and stays supportive to whatever shape your back is, so you can sleep however the weird you want. The Back Sleeper Test can tell you which mattress is best for your spine.
For years, I've been tossing and turning in bed due to a back pain. But now, sleeping on a purple mattress, I have no pain and sleep soundly. Thank you for giving back my Zzzzzz
~ Dolores G.
Compared to other bed types, The Purple conformed the best to the natural curvature of the spine. Which means incredible comfort and no back pain.
“My back is hurting less when I wake up too. Used to wake up to a stuff back, not anymore. My hips don't hurt from sleeping either.”
~ Ashely D.
“We bought the mattress from purple.com, and in one week, the hip and back pain were gone.”
~ Sarah G.
When you sleep your spine should be in the same position as it is when you are standing. Your mattress should support your spine and neck while allowing the rest to be curvy.
Sleeping on a Jenga tower of pillows is terrible for your neck if you are a back sleeper. Opt for the thinner pillows, because your neck is definitely one of those things you’ll miss if it were gone.
Sometimes you need to use the stretchy sheets! Without stretchy, sheets, you won’t be able to sink into your mattress like you should. Your bed will feel like a terrible slab of cement.