The Best Mattresses for Rheumatoid Arthritis

From Published at July 27, 2011 Views 6,988 Comments 3 Likes 7

RA patients are often given a recommendation by their doctors to sleep on firm mattresses because they help to distribute body weight and keep pressure off joints. Further, flexibility in a mattress is important and some of the best ones out there include coil spring, memory foam, air and pillow top mattresses.

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brneyesga September 2, 2011 at 1:04 pm   

we have tried the sleep number and sent it back as it didn't seem to feel any different than what we sleep on now(like a number bed just not as fancy) we are going to try the temperpidic and hope that this will help both my husband and me. Sleep w/fans for night sweats etc.

mrawlin3 September 1, 2011 at 7:29 am   

I have a "sleep number" mattress and love it. I have been dealing with chronic pain since 1994 and this bed is the most comfortable I have found. It contains an air mattress that is adjustable. I have slept on coil spring mattresses when visiting relatives or during hospital stays and find them very uncomfortable since I am now accustomed to the air mattress.

jcschrum August 7, 2011 at 10:47 am   

I have a coil spring mattress with a pillow top. I researched a lot of mattresses before my purchase and I'm happy with the one I bought. I have arthritis in a lot of my joints. The mattress is firm enough for support but soft enough to cushion my sore joints. I like both of these features in a mattress.

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