Sealy Baby Posturepedic Crib Mattress Reviews

Sealy Baby Posturepedic Crib Mattress senses your baby’s movement and it responds with increasing support and the correct support.

This has an all-around heavy gauge steel border rods maximize side, corner, and edge firmness. The steel vertical bars distribute the baby’s weight evenly over the entire surface of the mattress.

This comes with two non-allergenic layers that insulate the mattress for lasting durability.

Features of Sealy Baby Posturepedic Crib Mattress

  • Sealy Baby Posturepedic mattress offers 220 posture tech coils that sense your baby’s movement and it responds with increasing support
  • Four non-allergenic layers: 2 layers insulate the crib mattress for lasting durability, one layer provides additional support and the top layer offers a plush, gentle sleeping surface
  • Waterproof surface and binding for easy clean
  • Sealy mattresses meet or exceed the current phthalates standards set forth by the CPSC and meet the federal flammability standard 16 CFR 1633
  • Made in the USA and has a lifetime warranty

WHAT MATTRESS TO BUY ACCORDING TO WEIGHT AND HEIGHT?

If you are “wide-boned”, you will need a firmer mattress that offers uniform support and avoids the boat effect. On the contrary, lighter people need a more flexible mattress that distributes the weight well.

Regarding the measurements, the mattress should be at least 10 cm longer than what you measure. In the case of a double bed, the tallest person is the one who will serve as the reference.

The thickness of the mattress should be at least 15 cm to ensure comfort.

For the width, the recommended thing would be a bed between 90 and 110 cm if you are going to sleep alone and between 150 and 160 for double beds.

If you sleep on your side, to ensure that your spine rests without forced bends and relieve stress points, you can sleep with your legs slightly bent. For added comfort, you can put a pillow between your legs. Also, sleeping with a high pillow will do you good, unless you sleep with your arm under it. If so, better a thin pillow so as not to strain the neck excessively.

If you sleep on your back, it can help to put a cushion under your knees to maintain the normal curvature of the spine during your hours of rest. Also, you should sleep with a rather low pillow.

And if you sleep on your stomach, it would be nice to use a thin pillow to avoid straining your neck.

DO YOU MOVE A LOT?

If you are one of those who break the Olympic record of turns in bed every night, you will need a rather firm mattress that allows you to move effortlessly. However, something that is too hard, such as a futon, will not be suitable either, as it could cause you to make bad gestures when changing positions.

In addition, you will need it to be a mattress that is quite adaptable since you will sleep in several different positions throughout the night.

On the other hand, if you move little, the choice of material and hardness will be governed mainly by the posture in which you usually sleep.