Recently Asked Questions

Q: what is the best mattress for someone with back problems d holden

We often find that comfort issues are very subjective and open to personal interpretation. It would be unfair of us to suggest one model over another, as buying a mattress is as individual and personal as buying a car or a new pair of shoes. If I could respectfully refer you to the postcode link on our website, you will be able to go and try and see what would suit your needs best . However as a guide - A comfortable bed is a bed offering the right support. You will need to make your own assessment, guided by factors such as weight, height, build and even preferred sleeping position. As a general rule, the heavier you are, the firmer the tension you will need. You don’t necessarily need a hard bed if you have a bad back. There is no industry-side standard for tension.