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.
The Best Mattresses for Rheumatoid Arthritis
From ehow.com July 27, 2011 4,912 3 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.