In the business of mattress reviews, I have the chance to talk to hundreds of people who suffer from all kinds of sleep issues. Problems like aches and pains are unfortunately common, and they cause a negative effect for the rest of the day.
Just a couple of days ago, I opened up my brand-new mattress from Level Sleep. They’ve taken steps to improve sleep for any position through the use of their patented TriSupport® design. It works to provide the right comfort and support whether you sleep on your side, back, or stomach.
I’m really excited to see how their two-layer lineup works to achieve these goals since they do have doctors backing up their claims, and, over the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be thoroughly testing my Level Sleep mattress out to help you decide if it could be a good fit for you.
Clinically Tested to Reduce Pain
Many mattresses make claims of reducing pain. However, I haven’t tested one yet that goes to the lengths Level Sleep has to prove it with clinical tests. They’ve worked with some of the country’s top sleep researchers to prove their claims. Many mattress manufacturers, in an effort to offer the support necessary to keep your back aligned, don’t allow for the sinkage necessary for your heavier hips and shoulders to rest comfortably. This ultimately leads to painful pressure points and restless nights.
Although I have tried mattresses that incorporate zoning, It’s patented design is a little different in that it switches up firmness in a unique way:
- The head of the mattress is plush to reduce pressure on the shoulders.
- The middle of the mattress is firm to support the lower back and keep you comfortable.
- The foot of the mattress is medium to allow contour in the hips and keep the spine aligned.
In our full review, we’ll provide information complete with pictures to show how this design works to balance support and comfort.
The Level Sleep Difference
While the concept of zoning isn’t new, a big difference here is that this mattress is made entirely of foam. If you really pay attention, you can pick up on a very slight increase in firmness in the middle, and I’m ready to see how it works for me to keep me evenly supported.
The mattress is ten inches thick, and I’ve already started trying it out to see if it lives up to its reputation in terms of pain relief. As part of our full review, we’ll break down both layers and get a deep understanding of how it works, so make sure you check back for my full report. Here, we’ll offer even more information as we cover:
- Edge support
- Thorough layer lineup
- Feel and performance
- Motion transfer
- And much more!