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    Best Cooling Mattress

    If you’re after a mattress that will keep you nice and cool during the night, read on as we have rounded up the best cooling mattresses on the market today

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    Night sweats aren’t fun and with the warmer months fast approaching things are only likely to get worse, but it doesn’t have to.

    Cooling fans in the bedroom do of course help but the main culprit helping to exacerbate night sweats and feeling hot tends to be the mattress.

    Thankfully, the material used and technology have come a long way when it comes to the performance of your mattress, so there’s certainly no need for you to suffer whilst you try to get a good night’s sleep.

    There are many options on the market today that will help you to get a cool night’s sleep – from an airsprung to memory foam, or a combination of both, the hybrid mattresses which is a combination of layers that consist of memory foam for pressure relief, latex or gel for airflow and temperature control, combined with a spring system that will give you that much needed sturdiness.

    To help you find the perfect mattress, we have rounded up the best cooling mattresses that you can get your hands on today that will help give you the best night’s sleep possible.

    Emma Premium Mattress

    With doubled layers of Airgocell foam, stay cooler at night with this Emma Premium Mattress.

    Cooling Open Coil Mattress

    This cooling open coil mattress has been designed with a breathable knitted cool-touch cover that allows air to flow freely for a much cooler, air-conditioned sleep, while it regulates your core temperature and inhibits overheating as you sleep.

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    Best cooling Mattress to buy 2022

    1. THE SIMBA Hybrid Luxe Mattress

    The Simba Bybrid Mattress, £1,264.45 – Simba

    The Hybrid Luxe Mattress includes a breathable, bamboo infused wool layer which offers unrivalled temperature and moisture control.

    Its Simbatex foam layer is an ‘open cell’ foam, with thirty times the airflow of memory foam; it has also been infused with graphite, a natural mineral which draws heat away from the body.

    This innovative foam is combined with the increased airflow offered by the doubled up Aerocoil spring layers which consists of 2500 springs each that gives you maximum support and comfort, and topped off by a layer of natural wool which works, together with our breathable sleep surface, to keep you warm or cool, depending on the season.

    Buy it from Simba (£1,264.45).

    2. Cooling Open Coil Mattress

    Cooling Open Coil Mattress, £135 – Wayfair

    This cooling open coil mattress has been designed with a breathable knitted cool-touch cover that allows air to flow freely for a much cooler, air-conditioned sleep, as it regulates your core temperature and inhibits overheating whilst you sleep.

    The mattress also features a premium spring system with tuft-tec technology which maximises comfort and support.

    Buy it from Wayfair (£135.99).

    3. Lola Cool Hybrid Mattress

    Lola Cool Hybrid Mattress, £549.00 – Lola Sleep

    The Lola Cool Hybrid Mattress encourages airflow through its layers by using the latest technology.

    The two cooling comfort and support foam layers and contoured grooves pushes heat upwards and out allowing body heat and humidity to circulate away from you – resulting in a cool and comfortable sleep.

    Buy it from Lola Sleep (£549.00).

    4. Silentnight Cool Gel Mattress

    Silentnight Cool Gel Mattress, £419 – Next Day Mattress

    Combining functionality and the comfort of a memory foam mattress with the cooling and circulatory effects of gel, this unique mattress offers the ultimate in comfort for those that get too hot at night.

    By including a Geltex comfort layer below the hand-stitched quilted surface, you can better regulate your temperature for a perfect night’s rest.

    The Silentnight Cool Gel Mattress also comes with zoned foam support that provides much-needed comfort for the heaviest parts of your body. With tailor-made zone support, your body is supported appropriately and comfortably for the best night’s sleep.

    Buy it from Mattress Next Day (£419.00).

    5. Dusk Cool Gel Foam Mattress

    Cool Gel Foam Mattress, £249 – Dusk

    Enjoy a cooler night’s sleep with the Dusk Cool Gel Foam Mattress, which comes with a top layer of cool gel foam designed with an open cell structure to allow more airflow than memory foam.

    It has been combined with a breathable, allergy-friendly 350gsm stretch knit fabric outer layer that works to keep your body temperature regulated and stop you from overheating.

    Buy it from Dusk (£249.00).

    6. Emma Premium Mattress

    Emma Premium Mattress, £399.50 – Emma

    With doubled layers of Airgocell foam, stay cooler at night with this Emma Premium Mattress.

    Topped with the UltraDry Original Cover, the Emma Premium Mattress enhances airflow, evaporates moisture which keeps your body cool and dry, even on the hottest nights and makes the mattress last longer.

    With a combination of 5 zone carbonflex springs and Emma HRX supreme it ensures the springs are strong and a bottom layer designed to last, which holds firm and prevents sag.

    Buy it from Emma Sleep (£399.50).

    7. GhostBed Premium Cooling Memory Foam Rolled Mattress

    GhostBed Premium Cooling Memory Foam Mattress, £470 – Amazon

    The GhostBed is cool and comfortable, freeing of pressure and aches and pains that keep you up at night.

    The mattress is packed with supernatural comfort and crafted with 27cm of ultra premium foams, with three layers consisting of 3cm premium aerated GhostFlex foam which naturally contours to your body and provides a comfortable surface softness that is cooling, will not retain heat and provides a medium-firm feel.

    The support layer has 4.5cm 2kg memory foam which reduces pressure, tossing and turning, while giving you balanced support.

    The base layer is a 19.5cm Xtra High Density support core that creates the perfect balance between support, comfort and durability.

    Buy it from Amazon (£470.00).

    8. Coolmax Superior Luxury Quilted Mattress

    The Coolmax Superior Luxury Quilted Memory Foam Mattress comes with a Coolmax luxury quilted mattress cover.

    Luxury Quilted is a smart fabric which uses your body heat to regulate your sleeping temperature, so your slumber isn’t disturbed because you’re too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter.

    Buy it from Memory Foam Warehouse (£629.99).

    Mattress types

    • Memory Foam: A memory foam mattress combines a layer of memory foam with springs or support foam that uses your body heat to soften and mould to your shape. Once pressure is removed, memory foam will bounce back slowly and over time remembering your body shape and optimal sleeping position.
    • ActiGel: An actigel mattress is combined with memory foam, being the most common type. It can also be combined with latex and pocket spring mattresses.
    • Latex: A latex mattress combines latex foam with either springs or reflex foam to create a supportive and durable sleep surface.
    • Hybrid: Includes a layer of coiled springs on the bottom and one to three layers of latex or memory foam on the top.
    • Pocket sprung: A pocket sprung mattress is made from individual pocket springs, each enclosed within its own fabric pocket. The spring reacts only to the pressure applied to that area, they don’t move as a whole unit.
    • Open coil spring: An open coil mattress is a supportive, sprung mattress that features coils of high tensile steel that has been wound into hundreds of springs and connected by a wire rod edge. They run from side-to-side and are available in a range of firmness ratings that include soft, medium or firm.

    What to consider when buying a mattress

    • Firmness
    • Size
    • Durability
    • Ailments
    • Buy online or in store

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