Best Mattress for Side Sleepers

While side sleeping is considered one of the healthiest sleep positions for your back and spine, the wrong mattress can potentially leave you waking up with aches and pains. As a side sleeper, it is recommended to choose a mattress that provides enough pushback to keep your spine supported throughout the night, while also providing cushion and comfort to pressure points such as the shoulders and hips.

To find the best mattresses for side sleepers, we evaluated over 150 mattresses on 14 different factors. This guide will introduce you to the seven top-reviewed mattresses for side sleepers, all of which you can buy online and have delivered directly to your home. We’ll also provide you with helpful tips to choose the best mattress to suit your sleep position and personal preferences.

7 Best Mattresses for Side Sleepers – Our Top Picks

  1. Helix Midnight Luxe – Best for Hot Sleepers
  2. Saatva – Best Luxury Mattress
  3. Puffy Lux – Best for Pressure Relief
  4. Nolah Original 10 – Best for Back Pain
  5. Brooklyn Aurora – Best Hybrid Mattress
  6. Casper Original – Best for Couples
  7. Nectar – Best Value

1. Helix Midnight Luxe – Best for Hot Sleepers

The Helix Midnight Luxe mattress
Helix

Boris Johnson Tells Construction Industry, “Go to Work”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged the construction industry to return to work today, although lockdown measures will continue until July at the earliest.

Mr Johnson addressed the nation live on Sunday night to unveil the government’s new guidance on the coronavirus pandemic, and “actively encouraged” those who cannot work from home to return to work.

But Mr Johnson said that construction workers should avoid using public transport to get to build sites if possible. 

Workplaces will receive guidance on how to become “Covid secure”, the Prime Minister confirmed, but it is unclear as to when this will be, and what this guidance will contain. 

A notable impact of this announcement is that it could help to remove barriers facing those in the midst of, or planning, self build or renovation projects.

(MORE: How is the Covid-19 Pandemic Affecting Building Projects?)

Mr Johnson mentioned construction and manufacturing as examples of the types of industries where getting back to work will be explicitly encouraged. 

“We said that you should work from home if you can, and only go to work if you must. We now need to stress that anyone who can’t work from home, for instance those

S18 E23: Mantel, Too Many Light Switches

Previous episode: S18 E22 | Next episode: Posting on May 17, 8pm ET

In this episode:

Richard Trethewey tests a new kind of faucet; Mark McCullough travels to Chicago to install a wood mantel on a homeowner’s 1980s contemporary fireplace; Ross Trethewey and Mauro Henrique discuss how to remove cigarette smell from a home and why it is important to do so; Heath Eastman helps a homeowner connect four separate switches that control six lights in the same room.

Mark McCullough travels to Chicago to install a wood mantel on a homeowner’s 1980s contemporary fireplace.

Where to find it?

Mark installed the Red Oak Contemporary Box Mantel Style #5, which was prestained in Early American and finished in a clear finish. It was provided by Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods.

Mark used concrete sleeve anchors to secure the mounting board to the masonry fireplace. These can be purchased at home centers and hardware stores.

Home technology expert Ross Trethewey and painter Mauro Henrique discuss how to remove cigarette smell from a home and why it is important to do so.

Where to find it?

Expert assistance for this segment was provided by the Collins Research Group.

Master electrician Heath