So what does the right sleep surface look and feel like? It should support you in two critical ways.
Pressure relief - The right sleep surface should conform to your body. A firm mattress isn't always best. An overly firm mattress will cut off blood flow and put excess pressure on joints, making you uncomfortable, so you wake up to get relief. A Sleep to Live mattress gives you the maximum amount of pressure relief for your body so you sleep naturally.
Proper alignment - Your head, shoulders, hips and heels need to be in line while you sleep so your body can recuperate from its daily stress. As your spinal column realigns, the muscles in your legs relax and your blood circulates properly. If you're sleeping on the wrong mattress, poor postural support will result in morning aches and pains and, ultimately, greater health complications over time. That's where the Sleep to Live diagnostic testing comes in. A Sleep to Live mattress helps keep those key body parts strong by providing postural support. It also promotes proper alignment by keeping the spine straight when you're lying on your side, and if you're lying on your back, it creates a natural S shape. So instead of waking up sore and tired, you wake up stronger and healthier.
The exclusive Sleep to Live diagnostic technology is based in part on a multimillion-dollar study conducted by two of the world's top sleep scientists. No other mattress retailer offers anything close. Where other stores only give you the chance to lie down before making a decision, Sleep to Live gives detailed feedback that pinpoints your ideal sleep surface.
When you and your partner lie down on the Sleep to Live diagnostic bed, it measures and analyzes you both. It determines precise pressure points, establishing the ideal alignment for your individual skeletal-muscular systems. These readings are used to determine the Sleep to Live surface that's right for each of you. The last measurement is based on the position in which you typically fall asleep. This will determine the right pillow for you. Ideally, it should be one that keeps your head neutrally aligned without bending back too far, reaching too far forward or too far to one side.