Take the time to Adjust
Your body can take - at the very least - 30 days to adjust, this is why we have a 100-night Satisfaction Guaranteed. Read on for tips to get there faster.
DESIGNED FOR SIDE SLEEPERS
Most other mattresses are either too soft and banana in the middle (killing your back) or they’re too hard for a side sleeper's shoulder and you wake up in pain.
We design mattresses specifically for the side sleeper's curvey and angles. We make the top third soft for your shoulder and the bottom part supportive for your hips.
SOFT ON YOUR SHOULDER AND SUPPORTIVE ON YOUR HIPS
Soft Shoulder Zone: Shoulders are lower and uncomfortable to sleep on. So we made a pillowy soft layer.
Hip Support Zone: Hips are higher and heavier. So we made a layer with plenty of hip support.
More Time can help!
Ironically, you may actually feel uncomfortable or sore at first, as many of us have adopted a poor posture in life over the years. Many of our customers report that after a period of adjustment, the discomfort goes away.
For aches or pains, try:
Checking Mattress Orientation
The Pillow Cube logo on top should be located on the bottom right hand corner. Your mattress is recommended to be rotated every 6 months.
Checking Under your Mattress
Make sure your mattress is on a firm, flat surface off the floor or on appropriately spaced slats.
Tailoring support with Pillows
Sleeping on your side with a pillow between your knees can help align your spine and reduce pressure on your lower back.
Dehydration can exacerbate muscle stiffness and joint pain, so be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated. Avoid caffeinated beverages before bedtime, as they can interfere with your ability to fall asleep.
For Overheating, try:
Embrace the Chill
The ideal temperature for falling asleep is between 60-67 degrees F. Lowering the room temperature can help prevent overheating and promote better sleep.
Opt for Breathable Bedding + PJs
Choose lightweight, breathable fabrics like cotton or bamboo for your sheets and pillowcases. These materials allow for better airflow, helping to regulate your body temperature as you sleep.
Removing your Mattress Protector
Some people find that a mattress protector can end up trapping in heat, see if taking it off for a few nights helps.
Consider using cooling pillows, mattress toppers, or gel pads to help regulate your body temperature while you sleep. These innovative gadgets can provide targeted cooling relief where you need it most.
For Scent Sensitivity, try:
Creating a Cross-breeze
Airing out a new mattress smells is normal, like a new car. Our foams are non-toxic, certified by CertiPUR. Leave bedroom windows and door open for effective ventilation
Baking Soda Magic
Just like in your refrigerator, baking soda, activated charcoal or white vinegar can be effective natural methods for absorbing odors. Set a bowl next to your Mattress to help absorb smell over time.
If possible, place your mattress or pillow in direct sunlight for a few hours (inside, of course!). Sunlight has natural deodorizing properties and can help eliminate odors while also killing bacteria and mold spores.
Sometimes, it just takes time for new bedding to lose that new mattress smell. Be patient and continue to air out your mattress regularly until the smell dissipate naturally.