5 best mattresses under $900, according to doctors, chiropractors and professional mattress testers

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Finding a comfortable mattress is easy enough, but finding a mattress under $900 can prove very difficult. It should be supportive, relaxing and help promote healthy sleep habits. And for those who suffer from pain and suffering, the search is even more challenging. “Finding a mattress that supports the lumbar spine is essential to preventing low back pain,” says Dr. Alan Conrad, a chiropractor in New Wales, Pennsylvania. “The spine needs extra support when you sleep and over time a mattress will offer less spinal support.” We asked experts and professional mattress reviewers to share their favorite mattresses that cost $900 or less:

chiropractor’s recommendation

Elixir Memory Foam Mattress

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$899 for a queen $799 for a queen

“Many types of memory foam mattresses break down, or sink, but they are reinforced with double layer support to prevent this. As a chiropractor, we are trained in spinal biomechanics, and I believe the Nectar memory foam mattress is the best available at this price point,” says Conrad. Other critics love it too—Sleep Foundation mentions that it is suitable for value-seekers, side sleepers, and 230 pounds A great mattress for people who weigh up to Rs.

spine surgeon recommendation

Bear Mattress Original

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$998 for a queen $747 for a queen

NYC-based spine and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Gabolahan Okubdejo likes this mattress because it has cool graphite-gel memory foam that wicks away unwanted body heat. “It also has transition foam to provide pressure relief with the bonus of balanced support. It also assists with point relief, lumbar support, and spinal alignment,” Okubadejo says. A review by the Sleep Foundation states that this mattress is ideal for people who are physically active or demanding physical jobs and who prefer to sleep on a firm mattress that offers some body weight without the feeling of sinking. provides contour. Sleepopolis recommends the Bear Mattress for back sleepers in need of a firm, supportive bed.

memory foam mattress pick up

Tuft & Needle Original Adaptive Foam Mattress

$895 for a queen $781.65 for a queen

“If you’re a memory foam person, this mattress is a great choice. Their proprietary foam doesn’t trap heat as easily and its classic medium-firmness level provides enough support for a variety of sleepers,” says Regulsky. Mattress Clarity recommends this mattress for back, side, and stomach sleepers, and Wirecutter mentions that it’s best for people who frequently move around at night and weigh more than 200 pounds.

Choose a Hybrid Mattress

Brooklyn Bed Signature Hybrid

$1,124 for a queen $899 for a queen

“It has that classic bouncy feel. Plus, you can choose your level of firmness. When people get really stuck in the mattress-buying process, I point them to a Brooklyn bed,” says Regulsky. Several review sites note that this hybrid mattress—made from both quality foam and coils—is great for warm sleepers. The Sleep Foundation notes that it’s ideal for couples and people who often feel pressure points, and Sleep Advisor recommends it for combination sleepers who change positions throughout the night.

great for couples

NOLA Original 10

$1,149 for a queen $899 for a queen

Responsive polyfoam adds a subtle bounce to this mattress, which contours to the body to reduce pressure. The Sleep Foundation notes that this mattress is best for side sleepers under 230 pounds, people who suffer from back pain and those who are sensitive to their partner during the night. Mattress Advisor says NOLA is best for joints and people who tend to toss and turn, in addition to those with back pain.


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