Been sleeping in my hammock, as an indoor bed replacement, for a few days now. This is my first hammock, ever, so I wasn't sure what to expect. Bought the YukonOutfitters double from Woot! and am rather pleased.
Very comfortable. Surprisingly so. It's a firm support, and yet compliant with no pressure points. It's actually an odd feeling, but one which I believe I could like.
Mounting details are surprisingly important. I have it screwed into the walls and the height and droop affect the feel way more than I would have expected.
Unfortunately my bed is in the way. In case my mounting failed and I fell, I strung it up across my bedroom, over my bed. Nice soft landing, that way. The only actual issue I seem to have is the height of my bed...I need to raise my hammock up a few inches. Apparently my calculations were slightly off.
My sleep quality is beginning to improve a bit. Still not fully comfortable for the night, and I keep waking up. I'm sure this will lessen with time, but right now I'm quite sleepy.
But my physical pains are significantly reduced. My lower back pain, which was worsened by every bed I've ever had including memory foam, and which was at least helped minimally by a sleep number mattress, no longer bothers me. I wake up pain free.
Rather than relying on increasingly toxic high tech beds, I decided to try a hammock.
Who would have thought that a piece of fabric strung from wall to wall could work so well?