Question 1. How to choose the most suitable mattress?

  • Comfort

    To find the perfect mattress, it is recommended to try it first before proceeding to any purchases. Mattresses are not recommended to be too hard or too soft as our spines need great support from the mattress itself and this will lead us to good relaxation level for both our body and mind. 

    A mattress cannot be too hard or soft, as it will cause long term damage to your spine. For a quality night sleep, you must choose a mattress that is suitable for yourself.

    When trying a mattress, you should lie down and try the mattress with different sleeping positions. In addition, try to compare different mattress models in order to choose the best one that suits you the most. Our spine should be in a natural S curve while lying on the mattress. It is key to check if the mattress adapts/fits your body shape.


  • Firmness

    Whether the mattress is made of latex, spring or memory foam, the mattress itself should have sufficient firmness. Since each person’s body shape, spinal length varies; the adaption to the level of mattress firmness will be different as well. We recommend clients to try the mattress precisely before purchasing. We also suggest client to test with their hands whether the mattress feels hollow inside or not. If it does, this means the density inside the mattress is low and lacks support. This leads to a quick change of mattress shape and affects sleeping posture.


  • Durability

    The time span for a mattress is usually between eight to ten years. Whether adults or children are not recommended to stand or jump on the mattress since it will affect the durability and quality of the mattress. A mattress should be flipped once a month in order to maintain its durability and elasticity. Hence, you can pick a mattress that comes with anti-mite, anti bacteria, anti odor, anti moisture and water resistant materials to maintain the hygienic level of the mattress, which reduces the time to clean it on a regular basis.