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What makes a mattress good?

Several factors contribute to making a mattress good. Here are some key aspects to consider:

1. Comfort: A good mattress should provide comfort and support for your body. It should have the right balance of firmness or softness to accommodate your preferred sleep position and provide pressure relief for different body parts.

2. Support: A mattress should offer proper support to align your spine and maintain neutral body posture. It should distribute your body weight evenly, ensuring that no specific areas are subjected to excessive pressure.

3. Durability: A good mattress should be durable and able to withstand regular use over an extended period. It should maintain its shape and support without sagging or developing permanent indentations.

4. Motion Isolation: If you share your bed with a partner, a good mattress should minimize motion transfer. This means that when one person moves or gets out of bed, the other person should not be disturbed by the movement.

5. Temperature Regulation: A quality mattress should promote airflow and prevent heat buildup, ensuring a comfortable sleep temperature throughout the night. Look for mattresses with breathable materials or cooling technologies.

6. Allergen Resistance: If you have allergies or sensitivities, consider a mattress that is hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites, mold, and other allergens. This can help improve your overall sleep quality and reduce potential allergic reactions.

7. Edge Support: A good mattress should provide consistent support, even at the edges. Strong edge support allows you to utilize the full surface of the mattress without feeling like you might roll off.

8. Personal Preferences: Ultimately, what makes a mattress good is subjective. Your personal preferences, such as mattress size, material, and specific features like adjustable firmness or memory foam, play a significant role in determining the right mattress for you.

It's important to try out different mattresses and consider factors like warranty, return policy, and customer reviews to make an informed decision and find a mattress that meets your specific needs and preferences.

Why Campbell Mattresses?
  1. Quality Materials: Campbell Mattresses are known for using high-quality materials in their products. This includes using premium foams, coils, and fabrics that are durable, comfortable, and designed to provide a good night's sleep.

  2. Comfort and Support: A key factor in any mattress is its comfort and support. Campbell Mattresses are known for providing a balance between comfort and support, catering to different sleep preferences such as firmness levels, pressure relief, and spinal alignment.

  3. Durability: A durable mattress that can withstand years of use without significant wear and tear is often considered desirable. Campbell Mattresses are known for their durability, which can be an important factor for customers looking for a long-term investment.

  4. Sleep Technology: Innovative sleep technologies such as cooling gel layers, motion isolation, or adjustable firmness levels are features that Campbell Mattresses offer, making them stand out in the market and appealing to tech-savvy customers.

  5. Reputation and Customer Reviews: Positive customer reviews and a good reputation among consumers can contribute to a mattress brand being considered the best. Campbell Mattresses have a track record of positive customer experiences, high ratings, and good reviews, indicating customer satisfaction with their products and services.

  6. Brand Values: Some customers may prioritize brands that align with their values, such as environmental sustainability, social responsibility, or ethical manufacturing practices. Campbell Mattresses are known for being environmentally friendly, socially responsible, or committed to ethical practices, it may be a factor that attracts a sleeper to a Campbell Mattress.

It's important to note that what makes a mattress brand "the best" can vary depending on individual preferences, needs, and budgets. It's recommended to research and compare multiple mattress brands, meet with a Sleep Specialist, and try out mattresses in person to determine which one is the best fit for you and the way you get to sleep.

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Stray Rescue

Mattress Direct Donation Collection Sites for Stray Rescue

St. Louis During the pandemic we provided aid to Lux St. Lou’s efforts to help place adoptable dogs in homes, through social media by hosting the weekly program in our Marhsall Home and Mattress Direct locations. Since then, our love for the mission of Stray Rescue of St. Louis has grown so we have decided to partner with Lux St. Lou again and sponsor all adoptions over the age of 6 months, dogs and cats, in the month of August. In addition to our sponsorship of adoptions, we are also offering our store locations as donation collection sites for some much-needed supplies for Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Find your nearest neighborhood Mattress Direct to drop off any of these supplies:

Kitty Litter

Dog Treats

Wet Cat Food

Large Wire Crates

Slip Leads Collars (medium & large)


Large Pet Beds

Bleach Spray Cleaners

Paper Towels

Toilet Paper

White Copy Paper

Gently Used Towels, Flat Sheets, Blankets & Comforters

To keep up with this event, tune into our weekly podcast, Sleepless in St. Louis on Tuesdays to learn more about the available dogs and cats from Stray Rescue of St. Louis. You can live stream Sleepless in St. Louis on our Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube channels. Follow us on your preferred platform of choice including our Pinterest page to continue learning about our local community efforts, sleep wellness tips and of course mattresses At Mattress Direct, being a part of the community is what we do. And you are invited to join us in making a difference for these adorable pets whether by adoption, fostering or donating the needed supplies.

What happens if you don't get enough sleep?

Sleep is a vital process for our body and mind, and sleep deprivation can have significant effects on our health and well-being. When we do not get enough sleep, our body goes through several changes, including:

  1. Impaired cognitive function: Sleep deprivation can impair our cognitive function, including memory, attention, and decision-making. It can also affect our ability to learn new information and perform complex tasks.

  2. Increased risk of accidents: Sleep deprivation can increase the risk of accidents, especially those related to driving or operating heavy machinery.

  3. Mood changes: Lack of sleep can cause irritability, mood swings, and even depression in some cases.

  4. Weakened immune system: Chronic sleep deprivation can weaken our immune system, making us more susceptible to infections and illnesses.

  5. Weight gain: Sleep deprivation can disrupt the hormones that control appetite and metabolism, leading to weight gain and an increased risk of obesity.

  6. Cardiovascular problems: Sleep deprivation can increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.

  7. Reduced sex drive: Sleep deprivation can reduce sex drive and affect reproductive health in both men and women.

It is essential to prioritize getting enough sleep for our overall health and well-being. The National Sleep Foundation recommends adults get 7-9 hours of sleep per night, while teenagers need 8-10 hours, and children need 9-11 hours of sleep per night.