Most people choose their mattress based on how they feel after a few minutes trying it out in a store. The fundamental problem with this is that when you're awake, your muscles aren't fully relaxed. And when you sleep, the muscles in your body relax completely, making proper support even more important for spinal alignment and pressure relief. If you're sleeping on the wrong mattress, poor postural support will result in morning aches and pains and can contribute to bigger health issues over time.
The right mattress should conform to and support your body. As your spinal column realigns, the muscles in your legs relax and your blood circulates properly. So instead of waking up sore and tired, you wake up stronger and healthier.
Stop by any Hank's location and tell one of our sales associates that you would like to try the bedMatch. They will help you create a profile by answering a few simple questions about your sleep preferences.
When you lie down on the bedMATCH test bed for three minutes, bedMATCH will utilize statistical measurements and over 1,000 scientific calculations to determine your correct level of postural support. Then bedMATCH provides color-coded recommendations for proper postural support and identifies EVERY mattress on Hank's showroom floor that fits your profile. Using bedMATCH recommendations as a guide, lie down on each of the recommended mattress models and choose the one that provides your preferred level of comfort and pressure relief.
Combining the scientifically grounded recommendations provided by the bedMATCH system with your own choice of pressure relief, bedMATCH allows you to find the mattress that is the perfect match for you. Ask your retailer about Kingsdown's bedMATCH system.
For a more accurate reading it's best to come into Hank's and try the bedMATCH personally, but you may also do the below virtual bedMATCH. Just
let your sales associate know your end results and we will show you the recommended mattresses that fit your profile.
The sensors in the bedMATCH test beds take 18 statistical measurements and makes over 1,000 calculations to determine your recommended level of postural support.
It isn't necessary but it is recommended so they, too, can experience the diagnostic process and the recommended results.
None at all.