We have a problem!
We recently got a new old two sided mattress from my aunt.
It was her spare room bed set which has only been used a few times, so it's basically brand new.
I have 3 herniated discs in my lower back.
Every little bit of motion transfer is causing back pain.
I've never had such a problem before!
Even the tiniest movement of my husband's foot causes the whole mattress to shake!
We are using the same bed frame we had before, so it is 100% the mattress.
What do you recommend?
That's a very old mattress....using a Bonnell interlocking coil system.
Only a mattress using an individually pocketed coil unit is what will fix your problem.
With all coils moving independently from all of the others, maintains the natural alignment of your spine.
The main benefit is back pain relief.
The side benefit is motion transfer reduction....not feeling each other's movements.
Nothing does a better job of motion reduction than this type of coil system.
I recommend one of our Wolf Tulah Mattresses, all using an individually pocketed coil unit.
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You Should Know
Using an old box spring to support any new mattress will cause premature wear and void the manufacturer’s warranty.
A waterproof mattress protector will extend the life of a mattress by keeping the upholstery materials clean and dry.
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