Sealy Optimum mattress

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    I am looking at Sealy Optimum gel foam mattress. It is simular to the tempurpedic, anyone have one or know anything about them.. Thanks in advance
     
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    Ok--I will take a stab at this, since it isn't related to iPads but is in the Off-topic area! :)

    I am not sue if they are the same material or not. Have you tried to go to the Mattress store and try the two brands out to see? That would be the best way to see if one were feels better then the other. Most bed mattress stores has a return policy of 30 days, so you can try it out and see if it works for you or not!
     
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    skimonkey, yes I have laid on all diff types. I ended up buying one, It is the Sealy Optimum Inspiration. I guess time will tell if I made a good choice or not, LOL. Yes it does have a trial period on it.

    Thanks
    Mark
     
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    You know I'm always looking for promotional angles and this whole idea of linking iPads and mattresses is facinating. Imagine a promotion that gives the buyer a free iPad Mini for every Queen or King size bedroom set sold. It's a no brainer because everybody knows the iPad is used in bed, a lot. :)

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    I thought this was an off topic thread where we as members could ask questions other than about ipad things. My mistake if I was wrong.

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    No, you're fine. It's in the Off-Topic section, which would be the best place for a discussion about mattresses. So, it's okay to ask.

    Not that I can recommend anything (I use a pillow-top mattress). I just wanted to offer reassurances... :)

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    Mickey330,
    Thanks for your input.

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    I was thinking more about your question about mattresses, Rockinamini.

    I have a lot of my patients asking me what kind of bed mattress is good for them. Since I am not in that line of business, but am in the business of musculoskeletal injuries--I always give them the advice of trying it out in the store and also making sure there is a 30 day return policy as I said in the previous post.

    However, you may also consider other things to keep you comfortable. Such as using a pillow between your legs when sleeping on your side to keep your hips and knees level. This makes it more comfortable and less strain on your sacro-illiac joints.

    Also, if sleeping on your back stacking a few pillows under your legs is good to do if you need that low back support. I don't recommend to do that forever, but sometimes it feels better to have a few pillows under you on days that you might need it.

    Hope that helps!
     

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