When choosing a smart mattress, there are four main criteria to pay attention to: adjustability, features, price, and customer reviews.
Adjustability refers to how customizable the bed is. Can you adjust the hardness level? temperature? If so, how much? The more adjustable the bed, the better – it will allow you to find the perfect setting for your needs.
Features is a broad term but covers basically anything that makes a bed more than just a basic mattress. Regulski recommends taking a close look at the biggest snooze hurdles before making a purchase.
“Think about the issues that affect your sleep quality the most. If you’re having trouble maintaining a comfortable body temperature at night, you can use a mattress with temperature regulation technology, such as Pod by Eight Sleep or the ReST Smart Bed paired with a BedJet Temperature—you may The control system is right for you,” she advises.
On the other hand, if your biggest concern is snoring or arthritis, Regulski says you might want to look for an adjustable mattress that can keep your head elevated to reduce snoring, or a mattress with a zero-gravity design to help relieve pressure on your joints.
Smart beds can be expensive, so you need to make sure you get your money’s worth. Instead of getting caught up in every bell and whistle, identify the features that will really make a difference for you Sleep that you can do without. This will help determine where it is worth spending and where you can save.