Best Mattress for Tossing and Turning

Sleeping with a Restless Partner

Motion transfer is one of the most common complaints among consumers who share a bed. If you've ever slept next to a restless sleeper, then you know how disruptive it can be. Fortunately, many of today's mattresses now address this irritating problem.

If motion transfer is an issue that you face, then you should avoid mattresses with a tied or continuous coil system. Vibrations easily travel through these types of innerspring units. Foam mattresses and individually-wrapped or pocketed coils do a much better job of localizing energy. That way it doesn't travel to the other side of the bed.

When you share the bed with a restless sleeper or someone who gets in and out of bed while you're slumbering, it can break your sleep cycle. This can greatly reduce the quality of your rest. While you might not realize it every night, extended deprivation of deep sleep will begin to show its effects in your day-to-day activities. We spend a third of our lives sleeping, and if we don't spend that time well, we expose our minds and bodies to a host of damaging consequences.

Mattresses that Reduce Motion Transfer

Below you'll find a selection of mattresses that our experts hand-selected as the best for preventing motion transfer. You'll find mattresses at every price point that can adequately prevent motion transfer. So, you can sleep undisturbed no matter the size of your budget. Don't suffer through another sleepless night because of a mattress with poor motion control.

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