As people, our body temperature is ever-changing, up and down over the course of a given day. However, different temperatures can affect our mood, how we sleep, how tired we are and whether we get enough REM deep sleep. Everything we do can be impacted by sleep. So what about cooling, well studies show that a lower body temperature throughout the night can promote a better night's sleep, counter to that, high temperatures can mess with the REM sleep and interrupt sleep.
To that end, it becomes crucial for those who do find they sleep with a temperature to find a better solution that will cool their sleep, the best way to counter this is with a cooling mattress. These mattresses can be the difference between sleeping well, or getting too hot and sweaty. Cool mattresses do not tend to be priced any higher than other mattresses and so there is no reason not to ensure that your next mattress is suitable. Below we have created a top list of mattresses that look to be suitable for this.
The calculation we’ve made below looks at good quality mattresses that are breathable and not made with comfort layers like memory foam and latex which have been proven to make people hot. The inclusion of breathable materials plus vents make the nights sleep much more bearable.
There can be a variety of different methods that affect the cooling performance so take special note of the specifications we have listed against each mattress to ensure you are making an educated decision around finding the best mattress for hot sleepers.