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    Houses should come with longer bedrooms, and a ledger board with eyelets mounted on the wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aven View Post
    Beast, I won't argue that. But over a regular mattress or even a pillow top, its night and day. Kinda like going from the ground to a hammock. We had a pillow top. I hated it. I have a 5" topper on ours now and I can sleep on it and still be able to walk the next day, but I will toss and turn though out the night. Its a toss up whether or not I'll have to pop my shoulder when I get up from the bed. I haven't had to yet when I sleep in the hammock. I haven't found a way to get it into the bedroom yet. But I'm working on it.
    The tossing and turning is more out of habit for me than actual 'pain' from pressure points. So far I've made it to about 3am before I roll over, even though nothing 'hurts'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOEhefus View Post
    The tossing and turning is more out of habit for me than actual 'pain' from pressure points. So far I've made it to about 3am before I roll over, even though nothing 'hurts'.
    It takes time to undo an "instinct". You'll get there.

    Quote Originally Posted by BOEhefus View Post
    .... Just remember to 'flip' and 'rotate' your regular mattress otherwise you sink in quite far!
    And using a heated mattress pad will shorten its lifespan.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Aven View Post
    It takes time to undo an "instinct". You'll get there.



    And using a heated mattress pad will shorten its lifespan.
    Yes it does, my SO rolls all over but she says the beds very comfy so .

    Ha, I didn't know about the heated blanket\mattress pad! Is it just that the heat builds up so much more in the foam than a regular mattress?

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