That also goes for back sleepers, as the spinal alignment is the most important for them, and the Leesa mattress offers that support.
Side sleepers are where this bed drops off a bit, as it may be too soft and not provide enough support for the back, neck, and hips with only three layers.
Edge support is an area that we found in our Leesa mattress review to be below average, as there is enough support there to avoid you from sliding off but not enough to keep you completely supported.
It doesn’t seem to try and push you towards the middle of the bed as most standard mattresses do; however, other brands offer far better edge support, like the Tulo mattress. Either way, this mattress seems to provide the right amount of support and comfort to keep most people happy.
1. Pain Relief :
Another five centimetres of contoured memory foam make up the second layer, which is designed to relieve pressure on your shoulders, hips, and back. This layer is significantly denser and responds much slower than the top layer of memory foam, providing that supporting function.
The pressure relief aspect of the mattress is directly tied to the pain relief aspect.
According to several customer reviews, the Leesa mattress assists individuals who are in discomfort relieve their pressure.
- Back Pain : Some customers experienced some great pressure relief while laying on their back, which helps ease lumbar pain. Based on customer review this is the most comfortable sleeping position on the Leesa mattress.
- Shoulder Pain : We personally do not recommend a leesa mattress for the people who have shoulder pain as it is not well cushioned when you lay on it. This rigid poly foam bed lacked sufficient sinkage to alleviate pain at this common pressure point. Shoulder difficulties on the side should choose a softer mattress.
- Hip Pain : People who have hip pain need a soft base to lay on which helps them to relax. Leesa mattress is not something we like to recommend to the people with hip pain.
2. Adjust according to sleeper type:
The top layer of the Leesa mattress is polyfoam, which does not collect as much heat but is still warm for most individuals who are cold. The memory foam layers are the second layer, and they are far cooler than any other substance.
As a result the amount of conforming in a mattress may reduce cooling airflow around the body, making it more likely for hot sleepers to endure significant heat retention.
3. Edge Support:
When it comes to couples that prefer to toss and turn all over the mattress, the Leesa mattress is not the best choice as it has weak edge support. In industry the Edge support is typically rated based on how stable you feel while sitting on the mattress’s corner, and because the Leesa is made up of three layers, it collapses significantly when we sit towards its corners.
4. Motion transfer:
Motion transfer refers to a mattress’s ability to isolate movement from one side of the bed to the other. It’s especially important for couples or those who sleep with a pet because it determines whether or not a snoring spouse bothers you.
We tested the mattress’s motion transfer by placing a glass of wine on the opposite side of the mattress. We pressed the mattress’s surrounding area where the wine glass was placed, but there was minimal movement in the wine. The glass of wine, on the other hand, is stable. As an outcome, we can say that the motion transfer of the mattress is quite good.