... Can anyone recommend a suitable marttress for arthritis suffers? ... (4 replies)
... My sister has rheumatoid arthrits and is waiting a possible hip replacement, I would like to purchase her a memory foam mattress topper to see if that will help with the pain. Can anyone recommend a certain brand and thickness that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? ... (0 replies)
... I'd still like to know if memory foam mattresses are better than spring for arthritis pain, especially in shoulders, hips, and back. ... (17 replies)
... I also have an embarrassingly old mattress that I am about to replace. ... (17 replies)
... Julie, did you get a reply to this? My husband suffers from osteo-arthritis and wakes up every morning with pains in his shoulders. However, when we have been on holiday in a hotel he does not seem to suffer, so we can only assume we have a wrong mattress, although having said that, it is not 2 years old yet..
Hoping to hear from you sometime soon..
Posie Rosie (12 replies)
... I have back pain and rheumatoid arthritis. Which type of mattress would be best for me? ... (0 replies)
... I have a foam topper for my mattress and it's amazing. ... (1 replies)
... year old woman with major arthritis in hips which have both been replaced. What kind of a mattress should she sleep on for the best rest? ... (1 replies)
... progressing with OA since I was 36, and have it all over too. What really messes me up on top of this is fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome. It makes the arthritis hurt so much more when they flare together! I too have stenosis, nerve impingement, and degenerative disc disease with bulging discs. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Ronnie,
sorry to hear you're having a bad day, fingers crossed (chance would be a fine thing!!) you'll be not too bad tomorrow.
Today the way you described it, is me too, my feet won't settle for quite a bit and I move very awkwardly. The thing that really gets me down is the fatigue, I just sleep and have no control and its quite often. For a long time I didn't... (85 replies)
... i don't think any mattresses will help for OA - i know because i have OA.
unless if you have back pain - changing and getting a new bed does help. when i was young, i always complained about back pain - it turned out that it was my bed that was casuing the problem not my arthritis. you need to get one which is chiropractically approved. ever since i no longer have back... (5 replies)
... I have fibro and some arthritis and I have been shopping beds too. ... (15 replies)
... We bought a King size Memory Foam Mattress online that is less than half the cost of a Tempurpedic and have used it for the past year and are really satisfied with it!!! ... (15 replies)
... top made of memory foam. It was maybe a thousand dollars less than a mattress made entirely of memory foam, but it is wonderful. A few years back, before the memory foam came out, latex was the "best"....and this is a great combination. ... (15 replies)
... I've always liked firm foam mattresses, for many years. This time last year my 10 yr old one seemed to be getting dip in it. Back stiffness didn't go away after up a while. Looked at every type in town - temper, pillow top etc etc. I didn't like the temperpedic, thought it was too squishy, hard to get up from. Finally bought something called an Ultrapedic - It is about 10"... (15 replies)
... Hi Goldenwings( and all) I dont think I have a gauranntee on it any more, and it came of one of those 'shopping channels' you know the ones you just love and hate! and quite honestly I've had enough of the thing and will just put it down to 'a stupid buy' when I was away with the fairies!.
I to would love a 'tempur' mattress but at over £2,000 for our king size bed , dream... (15 replies)
... I have lupus and fibro with arthritis, so I do get very uncomfortable. The egg box mattress did nothing for me, and it was a devil to keep clean, ugh! all the fluff in them there holes drove me potty. ... (15 replies)
... They had a thread about the memory foam mattress on the fibromyalgia board a while back and everyone seemed to like them, thought they were great for sore achey muscles and joint pain in the morning. ... (15 replies)
... shell layers for the mattress are two different things. ... (15 replies)
... inches thick and you put it on top of your own mattress. Honestley talk about a complete and utter waste of money , we also have a very expensive firm sprung mattress on our bed but that does not help either. ... (15 replies)