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Sleep is an essential part of every pregnant woman's schedule, as it keeps the mother and the baby healthy. But to get the quality sleep that your body and mind desire, you'll need a good mattress. This is where Turmerry comes in!
Our latex mattresses can prove to be some of the best mattresses for pregnancy. Why, you ask? Because it has everything you and your baby would ever need for a healthy night’s sleep!
Through our mattresses, we offer exquisite comfort, impeccable support, great cooling, motion isolation, and, most of all - no harmful chemicals! This is just the start! Read on to find out all the unique benefits you get from a Turmerry latex mattress.
The best mattress for pregnancy is one that allows you to rest soundly without any interruptions. There are four primary aspects that can make this happen. They are -
During pregnancy, the expanding belly can cause an increase in overall body weight. If your mattress does not provide enough support, you may sink deeper into it, eventually leading to spinal misalignment. A firm, supportive mattress, on the other hand, keeps your spine in a neutral position, which significantly reduces discomfort in the joints and muscles.
Support is essential, but so is ample comfort. Comfort comes in the form of contouring and pressure relief. To avoid having the sensation of sleeping on a hard, uncomfortable surface, the mattress needs to adapt well to your body and belly. With proper contouring, you can get relief from pressure points in your body.
Pregnant women are prone to hot flashes and night sweats. These phenomena are extremely disruptive to sleep quality and may even keep you awake all night, causing stress in the morning. A breathable mattress allows for an unrestricted flow of air through it, keeping you cool at night and preventing you from sleeping hot.
Women are more vulnerable to allergies when they are pregnant. If your mattress is prone to allergens, you can end up inhaling them and catching an allergy. An allergic reaction during pregnancy is never good for you or your baby. You'd be coughing and sneezing nonstop all day and night, eventually becoming stressed due to a lack of sleep! Remember: Your strength is your baby’s strength.
So, to avoid such a situation, a hypoallergenic mattress is the best option. When conditions are ideal, they can ward off allergens like dust mites, mold, and mildew, considerably reducing your risk of allergy development.
All of the qualities listed above are present in our latex mattresses. The natural latex we use in our all-foam mattresses is firm and supportive, thanks to its Dunlop make. We also provide Talalay latex in our hybrid mattresses to enhance comfort and cushioning.
You can customize our mattress’ firmness, with options ranging from soft to extra firm! We'd suggest a medium firmness, as it offers a balance between comfort and support that allows you to comfortably side sleep (the best sleeping position for pregnancy).
Turmerry's natural latex mattresses are also bouncy, responsive, highly breathable, hypoallergenic, motion-isolating, and noiseless. We ensure the safety of our customers, too, by refusing to add any potentially harmful chemicals during manufacture. Plus, due to the resilient durability of latex, it can last up to 15-20 years if properly cared for!
We offer three different types of latex mattresses. Each is built differently and has its own distinct qualities that set it apart from the others. See which one you like the most!
The natural and organic latex mattress from Turmerry is all-foam in construction, imbuing it with greater plushness. You get three (or four) Dunlop latex foam layers, which are combined with an organic wool layer and wrapped in an organic cotton cover. When customizing it, you can choose from a variety of sizes, heights, and firmness levels. We recommend a queen or king size to accommodate the growing belly without sacrificing space.
Our natural and organic foam latex mattress comes with three different firmness levels- soft, medium, and firm. No matter what type of sleeper you are, simply rotate the latex layers to achieve the right firmness level for your sleep preference.
With mattresses of varying thicknesses to choose from, we offer the perfect comfort level for you. Budget-conscious consumers will enjoy our 8-inch mattress, while luxury lovers will appreciate our 12-inch mattress. For those seeking a middle ground, we still have our popular 10-inch mattress.
With our foam latex mattress, you'll get 5-zone support. This means our mattress is divided into five zones (head, shoulders, back, hips, and feet), each of which offers a different level of support and firmness. For example, the head zone receives the firmest support, the shoulders are medium-firm, the back is soft, the hip zone is extra-soft, and the feet are ultra-soft.
In general, Talalay latex mattresses tend to offer more of a soft, bouncy feel. So, to serve the needs of all kinds of sleepers and give your back and spine the best support, our all-foam latex mattress layers are manufactured using the Dunlop process.
Turmerry organic and natural latex mattresses are extensively tested for purity and safety and are made with components that are certified by GOLS, GOTS, Oeko-Tex, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA.
From harvesting and processing to production and supply — each and every step involves ingredients of top quality and free from harmful chemicals.
We ship our organic and natural latex mattresses in 4 different boxes. This makes it easy for anyone to carry, unbox and assemble them in under 30 minutes.
Turmerry's latex hybrid mattress combines the exceptional support and bounce of innerspring mattresses with the luxurious comfort of foam mattresses. With this medium-firm mattress, you get the best of both worlds. During the customization process, you can choose from any standard US mattress size.
With our latex hybrid mattress, you get to enjoy the best of both worlds. The 2-inch latex foam used is soft, contouring, and comfortable to sleep on. And the pocketed coils are very effective at offering a solid foundation and personalized support. Together, they make a superior alternative to traditional mattresses made of foam or springs.
In contrast to our heavy all-foam latex mattress, which has an 8/10/12 inch latex foam layer, the latex hybrid option has 2 inches of latex, and 8-inch pocket coils make up the rest of the mattress. We pack our hybrid latex mattress in a single box so that it is pretty much easy for you to transport it from one room to another.
To fulfill our mission of providing safe products to our customers, the materials used in our latex hybrid mattresses have been tested and certified by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and FSC (Forest Stewardship Council). We harvest our materials in the most environmentally friendly and sustainable manner possible, ensuring the health of both you and the environment!
Choose from a variety of sizes, including twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king. No matter how big or small your room is, you can easily choose the right size latex hybrid mattress to make it the perfect fit.
Thanks to modern technology, our hybrid latex mattress can now fit inside just one box! Don't worry; it won't harm the mattress in any way. This single box can be easily carried to where you want to set up the mattress, and once opened, you can simply let the mattress decompress, which will only take a few hours to get the full size.
The pocketed coil units each individually absorb pressure, providing a surface that prevents motion from being transferred from one end to the other due to movement. Couples will find it to be the perfect solution because of this, especially if one of them has trouble falling asleep and is frequently roused by their partner's movements.
The egg crate mattress from Turmerry puts a spin on the natural and organic latex mattress by adding an extra layer of egg crate foam. This convoluted foam layer massages your body far more effectively than a flat mattress surface, providing improved pressure relief and contouring. It can be customized in the same way that our natural and organic latex mattresses can.
You can feel the peak and valley pattern latching onto your body as you lay on the egg crate mattress, gently caressing it and releasing any tension, pressure, or stress that has built up. This is the primary and most noticeable function of the latex egg crate mattress, and it performs so well that you'll notice a difference within a few days or weeks.
The three or four latex layers together provide a firm sleeping surface. Every inch of your body will receive the right amount of support because your weight is distributed evenly across the mattress surface. Along with providing excellent pressure relief and supporting spinal alignment throughout the night, the plush latex egg crate surface is excellent at following the contours of your body.
The egg crate mattress comes in thicknesses of 8 inches, 10 inches, and 12 inches. Remember that your mattress' thickness will determine how much additional firmness will be added to its surface. Consider adding more thickness if you are a big or heavy sleeper. By doing this, the mattress won't sag and won't cause misalignments. The 8-inch thickness should be adequate for thin and lightweight sleepers.
Eco-friendly organizations like GOTS, GOLS, Oeko-Tex, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA have certified every component of our egg crate latex mattress. They make sure that our products are produced and harvested in an organic and sustainable way, making them safe for both the environment and the consumer.
In terms of mattress sizes, everyone has different requirements. Large sizes like a king or California king are preferred by those with spacious rooms or large families. However, given that these are rather pricey, those on a tighter budget are provided with options like twin, full, and queen. The majority of these mattresses are appropriate for single sleepers, and because they typically take up less space, you can set them up in almost any room.
The latex produced using the Dunlop method is significantly denser than those produced using the Talalay method. This offers you a surface that is resolutely firm and much more supportive. While not as springy as Talalay, Dunlop latex is often more resilient and responsive to your movements.
Pregnancy brings sleep challenges with each trimester.
From pregnancy weeks 1 to 12, the first of the three trimesters begins. You'll start to have morning sickness by now. Changes in the body and frequent bathroom trips will cause sleep disturbances. The most common complaints by women during this period are heartburn, headaches, tender breasts, and sleep apnea. A slowdown in the digestive system also causes bloating and constipation. Added to this is the fact that many women will try to conceal their pregnancy from others, leading to more stress and exhaustion. So, as hard as the toll that pregnancy takes on you will be, you must never sacrifice sleep.
As you move to the second trimester, that is, weeks 13 to 26, sleep finds you much more easily than it did previously. The baby is too small to significantly disrupt your sleep, and stabilizing hormone levels give you a welcome respite from morning sickness.
The third trimester is the most challenging. By this time, the baby is getting bigger and taking up more space in the uterus. This can cause backaches and discomfort while trying to sleep. Pregnant women may also experience shortness of breath, heartburn, and an increased need to urinate, all of which can lead to more difficulty sleeping.
Pregnancy is such an exciting time for a woman as it brings so many transformations. However, it's essential to make sure you prioritize sleep and get enough rest. When you're not getting enough sleep, it can lead to negative consequences like preterm labor, low birth weight, and other complications. Plus, it can also increase feelings of depression and anxiety, making it harder to care for yourself and your growing baby. By making sure you get enough rest and creating a cozy sleep environment, you can help support a healthy pregnancy.
One thing that can make a big difference is having a comfortable and supportive mattress. During pregnancy, your body goes through significant changes that can result in back pain, hip pain, and general discomfort. The right mattress can help alleviate these aches and provide a comfy sleeping surface for you.
A latex mattress is constructed of latex foam, a substance made from the sap of rubber trees. Natural latex foam has a distinct, bouncy feel that helps to lessen the sensation of being stuck in the mattress. It is renowned for its strength, comfort, and support.
In addition to natural latex, there are two other types: synthetic latex and blended latex. Both of them have a higher proportion of artificial ingredients but are less expensive than natural latex. However, compared to a natural latex mattress, they fall short in terms of benefits.
Durable: Natural latex is durable and long-lasting.
Comfortable: Latex offers a perfect combination of comfort and support. Furthermore, it is highly breathable, making it a cooling mattress.
Responsive: While memory foam offers high contouring, latex offers higher bounce and better response to your movements.
Eco-friendly: Natural latex is harvested from the sap of rubber trees, ensuring its sustainability.
Price: Latex mattresses typically cost more than most other mattress types. This can be attributed to the luxurious quality of the material and the difficulty of obtaining them.
Heavy: The dense nature of latex makes it difficult to move or rotate.
Limited availability: Not all retailers carry latex mattresses, making them harder to find.
Initial smell: New latex mattresses sometimes emit a strong (but harmless) vanilla-like smell that can last for a few days.
Memory foam was developed as part of a NASA project to protect pilots from collisions. The substance itself is a denser, viscoelastic variation of plastic polyurethane. It is sensitive to pressure and body temperature. When you apply pressure to the foam, it compresses and conforms to your body, creating a custom-fit sleep surface. When the pressure is released, the foam gradually returns to its original shape.
Conformity: Memory foam conforms very well to the shape of the body, providing a comfortable and contouring sleeping surface.
Pressure relief: Memory foam reduces discomfort and improves sleep quality by relieving pressure on joints and other body parts.
Motion isolation: Memory foam is known for reducing motion transfer, which is particularly helpful for people who are sensitive to movement in bed.
Durability: Properly cared-for memory foam can last for a decade or more.
Heat retention: Some people find memory foam uncomfortable because of its tendency to retain heat.
Chemical odor: Memory foam mattresses can have a chemical odor when first unpacked. This can irritate chemically sensitive people.
Cost: Memory foam mattresses tend to be more expensive than traditional spring coil mattresses. It is possible to get cheap memory foam, but it is unreliable and often unhealthy.
Off-gassing: Memory foam mattresses may release volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These chemicals can harm your health and disrupt the climate in your bedroom.
Lessened support: Memory foam tends to sink into you, making it uncomfortable for some people.
A hybrid mattress combines elements of innerspring and foam mattresses. For support, hybrid mattresses typically have a base layer of steel coils. For comfort and pressure relief, the spring coils are surrounded or topped by layer(s) of foam. Memory foam, latex, and polyfoam are the most commonly used foam layers in hybrids. The spring layer is mostly made of individually wrapped coils (pocket coils) for superior support and motion isolation.
A hybrid mattress provides the firm support of an innerspring mattress combined with the comfort of a foam mattress. They are also made of higher-quality materials than innerspring mattresses. This makes them more expensive but longer lasting.
Best of both worlds: A hybrid mattress provides the comfort and pressure relief of foam and the support and bounce of innersprings.
Durable: Hybrid mattresses are made out of durable materials that generally last for 8-10 years with proper care.
Motion isolation: Hybrid mattresses can better reduce motion transfer thanks to their thicker foam layers.
Firmness levels: Hybrid mattresses are available in a variety of firmness levels to accommodate a variety of sleep preferences.
Price: Hybrid mattresses are usually more expensive than innerspring mattresses. They may also not be as cost-effective as foam mattresses.
Off-gassing: A hybrid mattress made of synthetic materials may produce an unpleasant, chemical-smelling odor.
Heavy: Hybrid mattresses can be heavy and hard to move.
An innerspring mattress is a type of traditional mattress that is made up of steel coils (springs). These are then encased in layers of foam and other materials. The coils provide the mattress with support and structure, while the foam layers provide comfort and cushioning.
The arrangement of coils, as well as the materials used for the foam layers, can vary greatly in innerspring mattresses. This variation often results in different levels of comfort and support. Innerspring mattresses have been widely used for decades and continue to be a popular choice for many people. They are affordable, available, and provide a traditional firm feel.
Affordability: Unlike other types of mattresses, innerspring mattresses are generally less expensive.
Availability: Most mattress stores and online retailers carry innerspring mattresses.
Firmness options: Innerspring mattresses are now available in a range of firmness levels to meet the needs of different sleepers.
Support: Innerspring mattresses provide good body support, especially for those who sleep on their backs or stomachs.
Short lifespan: Due to their shorter lifespan, innerspring mattresses may need to be replaced sooner than other types of mattresses.
Limited motion isolation: Innerspring mattresses with traditional coils (like Bonnell, continuous, or offset coils) can transfer movement from one partner to another, which can be disruptive.
Noisy: Innerspring mattresses can make noise when they bear weight, which can be bothersome to some.
Sagging: As innerspring mattresses age, their coils can lose their shape, causing them to sag and lose their comfort.
Create a relaxing sleep environment. Dim the lights, put on some soothing music, and keep your bedroom cool and quiet. This will help your body recognize that it's time to wind down.
Investing in a mattress topper is also a great idea. It can help provide extra support and cushioning for your growing belly and achy joints, making it easier to drift off to dreamland.
Another must-have for pregnant women? Pregnancy pillows! These snuggly, versatile pillows can be used to prop up your belly, support your back, and even cradle your head and neck. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so you're sure to find one that works for you.
Sticking to a consistent sleep schedule is also key. Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, even on weekends. This will help regulate your body's internal clock and promote better sleep quality.
When it comes to sleeping positions, experts recommend sleeping on your left side. This helps improve blood flow to the placenta and can reduce the risk of stillbirth. If you find it uncomfortable, try placing a pillow between your legs or under your belly for added support.
Finally, remember not to stress yourself out about getting enough sleep. Easier said than done, we know. But the more you worry, the harder it will be to fall asleep. Take deep breaths, practice relaxation techniques like meditation or yoga, and remind yourself that you're doing the best you can.
The best mattress for pregnancy is one with a medium level of firmness, as it can provide adequate support for the growing body without much sinkage. You should also consider materials that offer breathability to help regulate body temperature and prevent overheating. Ultimately, the best mattress for pregnancy will depend on your individual preferences and needs, so be sure to test out different options before making a final decision.
Yes, you can sleep on a memory foam mattress during pregnancy. Memory foam mattresses offer excellent support and can help relieve pressure points, making them a great option for expecting mothers. However, they aren't that great when it comes to temperature regulation. So you'll have to look for memory foam mattresses with cooling features, such as gel-infused foam or open-cell construction, to help regulate body temperature and prevent overheating.
The dips and bumps present within this convoluted foam mattress help reduce the pressure on the major body parts like hips and shoulders, making them a supportive solution for pregnant women. Egg crate mattresses also allow for increased air circulation, which can help regulate body temperature and prevent overheating in pregnant women.
The best level of mattress firmness for pregnant women is medium-firm.
A medium-firm mattress offers a balance of support and comfort, providing adequate spinal alignment and pressure relief while also accommodating a growing belly. This level of firmness can also help prevent sinking too deeply into the mattress, which can cause discomfort and difficulty getting in and out of bed.
However, it's important to remember that the best level of firmness may vary depending on individual preferences and needs, so be sure to test out different options before making a final decision.
The best cooling mattress for pregnant women is one that offers breathability and temperature regulation to prevent overheating during sleep.
Look for mattresses with cooling features such as gel-infused memory foam, open-cell construction, or breathable materials like latex. Additionally, consider mattresses with zoned support to accommodate a growing belly and relieve pressure points.
Ultimately, the best cooling mattress for pregnancy will depend on your individual preferences and needs, so be sure to test out different options before making a final decision.
A soft mattress may cause problems during pregnancy as it may not provide the necessary support for the growing belly and may cause discomfort, back pain, or even affect sleep quality. It's essential to have a mattress that offers adequate support and firmness to maintain proper posture and alleviate pressure points.
A queen or king-size mattress is recommended for pregnant women, as it provides more space to accommodate the growing belly, provides extra room for movement, and minimizes the risk of disturbing your partner's sleep.
Hybrid mattresses can be a great option for pregnant women as they combine the support of innerspring with the comfort of foam. They offer good support, motion isolation, and contouring, making them ideal for relieving pressure points and providing comfort during pregnancy.
Yes, a mattress can affect the quality of sleep during pregnancy. An uncomfortable mattress can cause back pain and discomfort or lead to restless sleep, making it challenging to fall asleep and stay asleep. A supportive and comfortable mattress can help improve sleep quality and promote better rest.
A pregnant woman can make her mattress more comfortable by adding a mattress topper or pad for extra cushioning, using supportive pillows to alleviate pressure points and maintain proper posture, and choosing breathable, moisture-wicking bedding to regulate temperature.
Organic mattresses can be a better option for pregnant women as they are made of natural materials that are free from harmful chemicals and allergens. They are hypoallergenic, breathable, and can promote better air quality, creating a healthier sleeping environment.
As pregnancy progresses, women experience weight gain, changes in their center of gravity, and a shift in the curvature of the spine, all of which can contribute to discomfort and disrupted sleep. Therefore, one of the main things pregnant women must prioritize is investing in a high-quality mattress to get better quality sleep.
Here are some factors that pregnant women should consider when buying a new mattress:
A mattress that is too soft or too firm can lead to discomfort and aches, especially in the hips, back, and shoulders. A medium-firm mattress is usually a good choice.
Mattresses are made from a variety of materials, such as memory foam, latex, innerspring, or hybrid constructions. Each material has its pros and cons, and the best choice depends on individual preferences and needs. Memory foam can contour the body and relieve pressure points, while latex is hypoallergenic and provides good support. Innerspring mattresses are generally more affordable but may not offer sufficient support for pregnant women. Hybrid mattresses combine different materials to offer a mix of comfort and support.
Pregnant women often experience hot flashes and night sweats, which can be exacerbated by a mattress that traps heat and moisture. Look for mattresses that have breathable covers, such as cotton or bamboo, and materials that promote airflow, such as natural latex, gel memory foam, copper-infused memory foam, or coil systems.
Getting in and out of bed can become more challenging as pregnancy progresses, and a mattress with good edge support can provide stability and prevent falls. Look for mattresses with reinforced edges or a solid base.
As the belly grows, pregnant women may feel more comfortable with a larger mattress that allows them to move freely and change positions without feeling cramped. A queen or king-size mattress may be a good choice.
Pregnant women do not necessarily need a special mattress, but they may benefit from using a mattress that provides sufficient support and comfort to help them sleep better and alleviate any discomfort associated with pregnancy. It is also important to consult with a healthcare provider for any specific recommendations or concerns.
An organic mattress is made from natural materials that are grown and processed without the use of harmful chemicals or pesticides. These materials can include organic cotton, wool, and natural latex. As a result, organic mattresses are typically free of the toxins and chemicals that can be found in traditional mattresses, such as flame retardants and formaldehyde. For expecting mothers who are concerned about the potential health risks associated with these chemicals, an organic mattress may be a more appealing option.
Mattresses made of organic material are also more breathable and can help regulate temperature, which can be helpful for pregnant women who may experience hot flashes and night sweats.
A pregnant woman's sleep position can have a significant impact on her comfort and the quality of her sleep, which is why it's important to consider this when choosing a mattress for pregnancy.
During pregnancy, sleeping on your back can put pressure on your spine and cause back pain, while sleeping on your stomach can become uncomfortable and put pressure on your growing belly.
The best sleep position for pregnant women is typically on their left side, which can improve circulation and promote better blood flow to the placenta. As a result, when selecting a mattress, it's important to consider how it will support a side-sleeping position and provide enough cushioning and support for the growing body.
Memory foam mattresses can be an excellent choice for pregnant women as they provide comfort, support, and pressure relief. However, not all memory foam mattresses are created equal, and there are specific features to look for when choosing a mattress for pregnant women.
Here are some of the best memory foam mattresses for pregnant women -
Gel-infused mattresses are designed to offer better heat dissipation and cooling than traditional memory foam mattresses. This type of memory foam contains cooling gel beads that are infused into the foam during the manufacturing process. The gel beads help to regulate the temperature of the mattress, making it more comfortable to sleep on, especially for expecting mothers who tend to sleep hot, especially during the last trimesters.
These mattresses are made using natural materials, such as soy or castor oil, which are free from harmful chemicals. Plant-based memory foam is also known for its superior breathability and responsiveness, which provides a comfortable sleeping surface for pregnant women.
Memory foam mattresses with open cell structures have larger air pockets, which allows for better airflow and heat dissipation. This feature helps to keep the mattress cooler, which is essential for pregnant women who tend to sleep hot. The open cell design also makes the mattress more responsive, allowing for better support and pressure relief for pregnant women.
When it comes to the best latex mattress for pregnancy, the ones made with organic and natural latex are the way to go.
Unlike the synthetic and blended options, organic and natural latex mattresses are made from the sap of rubber trees, which is free of harmful chemicals. These mattresses are not only comfortable but also environmentally friendly and sustainable. Moreover, organic and natural latex mattresses are hypoallergenic and non-toxic, making them a safe and healthy option for pregnant women who may have sensitive skin or allergies.
In addition, organic and natural latex mattresses provide excellent support and pressure relief, which is crucial during pregnancy when your body undergoes various physical changes. These mattresses conform to your body's shape and provide excellent spinal alignment, which can reduce back pain and improve overall sleep quality.
With the various benefits that organic and natural latex mattresses offer, they are a worthwhile investment for pregnant women looking for a comfortable and healthy sleep experience.
An adjustable base bed can be a great option for pregnant women who want to find a comfortable sleeping position that supports their changing bodies. The ability to adjust the position of the bed can help relieve pressure on certain areas, such as the lower back, hips, and legs, and can also help with issues like acid reflux or snoring.
However, it's always a good idea to check with your doctor or midwife before making any changes to your sleeping arrangements during pregnancy, just to make sure there are no concerns or complications that could be affected by using an adjustable bed.
Online shopping offers convenience, a wider range of options, and often better prices. On the other hand, physical stores allow you to try out the mattress in person and get a better feel for its comfort level and support. However, after 2020, online shopping has become more popular than ever, and many online retailers offer free trials and hassle-free returns to ensure customer satisfaction. Also, with the added benefit of free white glove delivery that many companies offer, purchasing a mattress online can be a convenient and stress-free experience.