This article has been written by the site owner Dan Cartwright – a mattress testing expert who has been testing products and writing online reviews since 2015 to help buyers make the best purchasing decisions for their needs.
I have now been sleeping on the DreamCloud mattress for 30 nights continuously.
And now that the initial break-in period has passed, I feel confident enough to give you my feedback on this very popular mattress.
So is the DreamCloud a good mattress?
The DreamCloud is an excellent mattress for front, back, combination, edge, and heavier weighted sleepers over 200 lbs due to the brilliant support, responsiveness, and firmer feel. Sleepers with back pain, allergies, and the need to sleep cool can also benefit.
But is the DreamCloud good for side sleepers?
The DreamCloud is a fairly good mattress for side sleepers OVER 130 lbs due to the pressure relief provided by the memory foam and polyfoam comfort layers, but lighter weighted side sleepers UNDER 130 lbs may find the DreamCloud to be too firm.
What’s the best DreamCloud mattress alternative for side sleepers?
The Puffy Lux Hybrid is the best DreamCloud mattress alternative for side sleepers and lighter-weighted sleepers because it feels much softer and has thicker layers of memory foam that will dissipate the pressure better for more comfort – especially on the shoulders and hips.
DreamCloud Mattress Review: Responsive Firmness
Check out my DreamCloud mattress video review above to see me actually perform the tests on the mattress and show you inside the mattress.
It’s important to note that if you order the DreamCloud from the US you’ll get the 14″ version of the mattress, whilst the UK version is just 10″ in thickness.
I reviewed the 10″ version but much of my findings still apply to the US version – the main difference being that the extra 4″ of foam and springs means that you’ll get a mattress with even better pressure relief and support that will benefit heavier weighted sleepers over 230 lbs and side sleepers especially.
Having personally slept on the DreamCloud, tested it thoroughly, and gathered feedback from other users, I would say that the DreamCloud excels at providing good support and responsiveness that front, back, and combination sleepers in particular will benefit from.
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- Back sleepers – the firmer feel and adaptive support means that back sleepers will feel comfortable in the DreamCloud unless they are very light (under 130 lbs).
- Front sleepers – the support and buoyancy provided by the springs and memory foam means that front sleepers over 130 lbs will have enough support under their hips to avoid sinking too far into the mattress.
- Side sleepers over 130 lbs – if you weigh more than 130 lbs then you should feel comfortable sleeping on your side in the DreamCloud due to the pressure relief provided by the memory foam.
- Couples – unless you (or one of you) are very restless at night, the DreamCloud is a good choice for couples because it’s very quiet and does a fair job of dampening movements from your bed partner.
- Combination sleepers – if you tend to cycle through several sleeping positions during the night then the buoyancy and responsiveness of the DreamCloud will allow you to switch positions smoothly without getting stuck in the materials.
- Edge sleepers – the reinforced coils along the edge of the DreamCloud means that if you sleep near the edge of the bed then you will remain comfortably supported.
- Sleepers with back pain – if you have back pain that stems from bad posture then the slightly firmer feel may help to keep your spine correctly aligned to combat back pain.
- Sleepers with allergies – the absence of harmful chemicals (including fiberglass) – as confirmed by the CertiPUR-US® certification – means that if you have hayfever, dust allergies, sensitive skin, or asthma then you are less likely to experience an allergic reaction due to the absence of trigger allergens.
- Heavier-weighted sleepers over 200 lbs – if you weigh more than 200 lbs then the firmer feel and adaptive support will allow you to stay more on top of the mattress and guard against sinkage (the DreamCloud mattress can take up to 650 lbs of combined weight).
- Sleepers that like a bouncy bed – even with the presence of memory foam in the top layers, the DreamCloud is a very responsive mattress that will suit those that enjoy a mattress with a nice amount of bounce to it.
- Warmer sleepers – if you tend to sleep hot then the DreamCloud is a good purchase because the air can circulate well through the coil core and the foam doesn’t retain heat like an all-foam, memory foam mattress might.
Not Recommended For
- Lighter-weighted sleepers under 130 lbs – if you weigh less than 130 lbs then you may find that the DreamCloud is a touch on the firm side in all sleeping positions – especially if you sleep on your side (try the Puffy Lux Hybrid instead because it has outstanding pressure relief).
- Skinny sleepers – if you have a low body fat percentage, then you may find that the DreamCloud increases the pressure on the more prominent areas of your body like your elbows, knees, and ribcage (again, the Puffy Lux Hybrid is the best alternative here because you can sink further into the materials for deeper pressure relief).
- Fiberglass free – I asked the DreamCloud customer support if their mattress contains fiberglass and they said no. I checked the materials tag when I bought the mattress and I couldn’t see any mention of fiberglass, nor did I see any when I cut the mattress open and looked inside (see more fiberglass-free mattresses here).
- Excellent overall support and edge support – this mattress is slightly firmer and contains pocket coils to ensure that even heavier sleepers over 230 lbs can remain well supported and in good posture in all positions.
- Bouncy and very easy to move around in – the DreamCloud is highly responsive and has a good amount of bounce which makes it easy to switch positions in.
- Quiet and able to dampen movements – despite the bounce and responsive feel, the DreamCloud is actually very quiet and does a fair job of isolating movements thanks to the foam and pocket coils, which is good news for couples.
- Sleeps cool – the springs and non-hugging nature of the comfort layers means that the DreamCloud feels light and airy; allowing for good air circulation and heat dissipation to regulate your temperature whilst keeping you cool and dry.
- Unlikely to trigger allergies – the foams are CertiPUR-US® certified which means that trigger allergens are less likely to be present.
- Good for back pain relief – a scientific study found that a medium-firm mattress (like the DreamCloud) can help to reduce back pain, shoulder pain, and spine stiffness. My own upper and lower back pain did reduce when sleeping on the DreamCloud too.
- The UK version is 4″ thinner – the DreamCloud mattress is 14″ thick but when I ordered the DreamCloud from the UK website, I got the 10″ variation. This doesn’t make a huge difference for average weighted sleepers, but the extra 4″ may be better for heavier weighted sleepers over 230 lbs that need more material to guard against sinkage.
- The cover can NOT be removed – the DreamCloud’s cover is non-removable. Use a mattress protector to guard against stains and damage.
- The pressure relief could be better – although I found the pressure relief to be quite good for the UK 10″ version, I feel that more memory foam should be added to accommodate for lighter weighted side sleepers.
- Those with shoulder pain may need a softer mattress – the medium-firm feel and thinner comfort layers didn’t help with my shoulder pain; I much prefer sleeping on the Puffy Lux Hybrid to stop my shoulder pain.
- Deep pocket fitted sheets required – if you get the 14″ version then you should buy deep pocket fitted sheets, or just order the compatible ones from the DreamCloud website to avoid issues.
- The box is heavy – the larger DreamCloud mattress sizes can weigh as much as 107 lbs so you may need help moving the mattress when it comes rolled up in the box.
The table below summarizes the key specification of the DreamCloud mattress:
|Hybrid – foam + springs
|Polyfoam, memory foam, springs
|10″ (UK), 14″ (US)
|Max Weight Capacity
|650 lbs combined weight
|Polyester (UK), natural wool + cotton (US)
|Memory foam (UK), gel memory foam (US)
The table below gives you a quick summary of how the DreamCloud performed in our tests:
|Good – fair
|Good – fair
|Value for Money
|Best Sleeping Positions
|Back and front
|Worst Sleeping Positions
|Side (under 130 lbs)
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Best Alternative – The Puffy Lux Hybrid
If the DreamCloud isn’t right for you then I recommend the Puffy Lux Hybrid mattress instead because it contrasts with the medium-firm and responsive feel of the DreamCloud to provide you with much better pressure relief that can benefit side sleepers, lighter weighted sleepers, and those with shoulder pain.
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DreamCloud Mattress: Detailed Analysis
Below is a detailed analysis of the DreamCloud’s specifications, design, and sleeping position suitability.
Here is an explanation of what the most important specifications of the DreamCloud mattress mean for you as a user:
- Hybrid design – the combination of memory foam and polyfoam in the top layers means that the mattress can provide a good amount of pressure relief, whilst the individually wrapped support coils offer excellent adaptive support to keep you in good posture.
- Medium-firm firmness – the DreamCloud is a medium-firm mattress (6.5 out of 10) which means that when you lie on the mattress you won’t sink in as far when compared to a softer mattress. This is beneficial for back and front sleepers that need more support, and for sleepers that move around in the night due to the added responsiveness.
- Can’t be flipped – the DreamCloud can NOT be flipped over. The one-sided design means that you should only rotate the mattress 180 degrees every 3 months to even out the weight distribution to guard against indents and sagging.
- The cover can’t be removed – the DreamCloud’s cover is NOT removable. I bought the DreamCloud with a bundle that includes a mattress protector which is recommended to guard against stains, spills, and damage.
- The thickness differs – if you order the DreamCloud from the UK you’ll get a 10″ thick mattress, whilst the US version is 14″ thick.
Below I have provided more information on what the design and materials of the DreamCloud mean for you as a customer.
DreamCloud 10″ Mattress Profile
This image shows you what the 10″ version of the DreamCloud mattress looks like inside, layer-by-layer when I cut mine open:
1: Quilted Cooling Cover
The UK version of the DreamCloud has a polyester quilted cooling cover that has a honeycomb structure – allowing air to pass through it to help keep you cool and dry – as shown in the photo below:
The cover of the US version of the DreamCloud differs slightly in that it is made from natural wool and cotton (according to their customer support) and the pattern is different.
However, it will still work in the same way: helping to keep you cool and dry as you sleep.
2: Comfort Layer – Memory Foam (1.5″)
Beneath the cover sits 1.5″ of adaptive memory foam (cooling gel memory foam in the US version) that adapts very closely to the contours of your body to alleviate pressure better than mattresses that only have an upholstered top layer and/or only contain polyfoam.
3: Transition Layer – Polyfoam (2″)
Under the memory foam, you’ll find 2″ of faster response polyfoam that springs back to its shape more readily than the memory foam – this prevents you from feeling like you’re sinking too far into the mattress materials and allows you to move around easily and switch positions smoothly.
4: Support Layer – Pocket Coils (6″)
The support core of the DreamCloud consists of a 6″ thick layer of pocket coils – they are individually encased so that they can adapt to the shape of your body with great precision to give you excellent postural support, whilst also dampening movements so that couples don’t feel each other’s movement’s as much.
The coils that run around the perimeter of the mattress have less ‘give’ to them to ensure that the mattress can still support you when you are on the edge of the bed.
3: Sleeping Position Suitability
Here is a table summary plus an in-depth explanation of how the DreamCloud will feel relative to the main sleeping positions for different bodyweight ranges:
|Under 130 lbs
|130 – 230 lbs
|Over 230 lbs
|Firm to ideal
|Firm to ideal
|Firm to ideal
|Very good mobility
|Very good support
i) Front Sleepers – Excellent Support and Pressure Relief Over 130 lbs
Front sleepers over 130 lbs will likely feel well supported around the hips and lower back in the DreamCloud mattress thanks to the medium-firm feel and the buoyancy of the springs.
And whilst the adaptive memory foam and polyfoam transition layer will provide excellent pressure relief for average and heavier weighted sleepers, front sleepers under 130 lbs may find the DreamCloud to be a little bit too firm on the rib cage region.
ii) Back Sleepers – Excellent Postural Support
The DreamCloud is ideal for back sleepers over 130 lbs due to the medium-firm feel and adaptive support core that will keep you in good posture.
Back sleepers under 130 lbs may find the DreamCloud to feel very firm due to the reduced amount of weight that you’re putting on the mattress – therefore making you feel like you’re resting on top of the materials (good for mobility but poor for reducing pressure on the more angular regions of your body).
iii) Side Sleepers – Not Recommended for Under 130 lbs
Side sleepers should take the most amount of care when thinking about buying the DreamCloud mattress because the firmer feel can increase the pressure in the shoulders and hips to uncomfortable levels.
Side sleepers under 130 lbs are likely going to be the most susceptible to this discomfort and should instead buy the Puffy Lux Hybrid due to its better pressure relieving qualities.
However, average and heavier weighted side sleepers over 130 lbs that don’t mind a firmer mattress may be just fine in the DreamCloud (you can always add a softer mattress topper if it turns out to be too firm).
iv) Combo Sleepers – Very Easy to Change Positions
If you switch positions often during the night then you’ll likely love the DreamCloud because the firmer feel and springs make for a very responsive mattress surface that guards against sinkage and allows for the smooth transition between sleeping positions.
v) Edge Sleepers – Very Good Edge Support
If you tend to hug the edge of the bed as you sleep then you’ll like the DreamCloud because the edges are reinforced to ensure that you remain well supported as you lie or sit on the edge of the bed.
vi) Sleepers Under 130 lbs – Feels Very Firm or Too Firm
Sleepers under 130 lbs are likely to be the most unsatisfied with the DreamCloud because it may feel too firm – especially if you sleep on your side.
This is because the lighter you are, the more you will naturally tend to rest on the top of the mattress – which increases the pressure on the more prominent regions of your body.
However, the adaptive memory foam does take away the pressure somewhat, so back and front sleepers under 130 lbs may feel comfortable.
vii) Sleepers Between 130 lbs and 230 lbs – Good Support and Pressure Relief
Average weighted front and back sleepers between 130 and 230 lbs should feel well supported and experience good pressure relief when sleeping in the DreamCloud.
Side sleepers in this range may feel the pressure a little bit more, especially closer to the 130 lbs mark so caution is advised.
viii) Sleepers Over 230 lbs – Can Support Heavier Weighted Sleepers
Sleepers over 230 lbs should still feel a good amount of pressure relief and support when sleeping in the DreamCloud in all positions due to the greater weight being placed upon the mattress surface that naturally offsets the firmness – although side sleepers should still take care.
4: Body Type Suitability
The table below summarizes how different body types will likely feel in the DreamCloud – see the text below for a more detailed explanation:
|Firm – less pressure relief
|Moderate firmness – good pressure relief
|Less firm – good pressure relief
|Moderate firmness – fair pressure relief
i) Slight Build – Firmest Feel
If you have a body fat percentage under 15% and/or have prominent bones then the DreamCloud is likely going to feel very firm to you (especially if you weigh less than 130 lbs) and sleep on your side.
However, the memory foam still does a good job of alleviating pressure points so if you’re a front or back sleeper with a slight build you may still be very comfortable in the DreamCloud.
ii) Average Build – Moderate Firmness
If your body fat percentage is in the region of 15-25% then you will likely feel less pressure on your body when sleeping in the DreamCloud so you will likely feel very comfortable – especially in the front and back sleeping positions.
iii) Soft Build – Least Amount of Firmness
If you have a body fat percentage over 25% then the DreamCloud will likely feel less firm to you and you should feel comfortable sleeping in any position.
iv) Athletic Build – Fairly Firm Feel
If you have a muscular build with a moderate to lower body fat percentage then the DreamCloud may feel a bit more on the firm side, but the memory foam can still provide a good amount of pressure relief.
DreamCloud Mattress: In-Depth Testing Results
I tested the DreamCloud by sleeping on it for 30 nights continuously to allow the break-in period to pass and performed a series of experiments to see how it performed in the key areas that matter the most to getting a comfortable night’s sleep.
The results and conclusions for the critical performance areas are listed below:
1: Very Good Support For All Sleepers
We tested the overall support for the DreamCloud by having an individual (myself) who is 5′ 8″ and weighs 180 lbs sleep in the king-sized mattress for 30 consecutive nights.
The result was that the DreamCloud provides excellent support in all sleeping positions at this bodyweight across all areas of the mattress.
In general terms, the support core combined with the medium-firm feel means that sleepers up to 230 lbs and beyond will likely feel very well supported in this mattress and be able to remain in good posture throughout the night.
2: Very Good Edge Support With Limited Sinkage
I was able to comfortably lie close to the edge of the DreamCloud without feeling like I was going to roll out due to excessive sinkage.
When I sit on the edge of the bed, the amount of resistance is significant and the mattress springs back to its shape quickly.
This means that you can make full use of the surface area of the mattress – which is ideal for both single sleepers and couples alike.
3: Limited Pressure Relief for Side Sleepers Under 130 lbs
As you can see in the picture above, the memory foam and polyfoam comfort layers combine to provide adaptive pressure relief by molding to the shape of your body.
However, what you can’t tell from the image is that the cover is quite firm and has a fair amount of pushback to it, which means that the mattress tends to keep you more ‘on top’ of it rather than allowing you to sink deeply into it like the Puffy Lux Hybrid does.
I personally found that sleeping on my side in the DreamCloud was the most uncomfortable position due to the firmer feel combining with my body weight and my pre-existing shoulder injuries.
In general terms, I would expect side sleepers under 130 lbs to experience the least amount of pressure relief.
But the memory foam still does a good job at soaking up pressure for average and heavier weighted sleepers over 130 lbs – with the front and back positions likely being the most comfortable.
4: Very Responsive and Easy to Move Around In
One of the strong points of the DreamCloud is its responsive and bouncy feel that makes it very easy to switch positions and sit up in the bed.
This makes it ideal for combination sleepers that tend to wriggle around during the night and don’t want to get bogged down in the materials as they move.
5: Reasonable Motion Isolation to Dampen Movements
When me and my partner slept in the DreamCloud at the same time, we didn’t really feel each other moving around all that much – certainly less so than in a regular spring mattress due to the foam comfort layer and the individually encased coils.
Unless one or both of you are very restless/very light sleepers, I wouldn’t expect the DreamCloud to present many problems in terms of partner disturbance.
But if this is a concern for you, then I recommend that you buy the Puffy Lux Hybrid instead because movements are very difficult to feel in that mattress.
6: Almost Silent
The DreamCloud is almost silent due to the foam top layer and the individually encased coils.
Me and my partner never heard any noise from the springs as we moved around.
7: Suitable For Most Couples
Due to the reasonable motion isolation and silent nature of the DreamCloud, all but the most restless of couples/light sleepers will find this mattress suitable for sleeping in undisturbed.
8: Sleeps Cool For Good Temperature Control
The DreamCloud sleeps cool thanks to the coil core and breathable cover that allows air to circulate through the mattress and dissipate your body heat as you sleep.
Also, because this is a firmer mattress that doesn’t hug your body as closely as an all-foam memory foam mattress might, you won’t feel ‘trapped in the materials – allowing for better breathability and temperature regulation.
I tend to sleep warm myself and sweat a lot at night, yet I was able to remain cool and dry in the DreamCloud mattress.
9: Low Chance of Triggering Allergies
If you have hay fever, a dust allergy, asthma, or sensitive skin then the DreamCloud is a good choice because this mattress is CertiPUR-US® certified – meaning that it’s free from harmful chemicals like PBDE’s, formaldehyde, and other substances that may cause irritation.
I personally suffer from hay fever, have a dust mite allergy, and I tend to be very sensitive to airborne allergens and I didn’t experience any flare-ups when sleeping in the DreamCloud.
Therefore I would recommend the DreamCloud as a good anti-allergy mattress for allergy sufferers.
However, you can also click here to see my top hypoallergenic mattresses to combat allergies.
10: Best For Back Pain Relief
I personally suffer from shoulder pain, neck pain, knee pain, and back pain from many years of boxing, martial arts, and lifting weights.
When sleeping in the DreamCloud, I found that lying on my back was the most comfortable position because the mattress helped me stay in good posture and reduce my upper and lower back pain.
However, I found that sleeping on my side was somewhat uncomfortable because the firmer feel and relatively thinner comfort layers didn’t allow my shoulders to sink in far enough to dissipate the internal pressure in my shoulders.
So if you have back pain (and your doctor agrees with my suggestion) I would recommend the DreamCloud to help keep you in good posture and potentially alleviate your back pain.
However, for shoulder pain relief, I would instead recommend the Puffy Lux Hybrid because it has deeper comfort layers with a softer feel for more pressure relief.
11: Minimal Off-Gassing
When I opened the DreamCloud, I noticed a slight ‘off-gassing’ chemical smell that dissipated within 24 hours.
This odor is common to all bed-in-a-box mattresses but some cheaper brands are much worse due to the inferior quality of foams and materials used that tend to produce strong smells.
Because the DreamCloud is made from good quality foams, the smell is minimized – but I advise keeping the room well ventilated to allow the air to circulate and the odors to dissipate.
12: Very Low Indentation Risk
I estimate that the risk of indents appearing in the surface of the DreamCloud mattress to be very low because when I lie on it and move, the materials bounce back to their original shape almost instantly.
Plus, the foams and springs are of good quality so I would expect the resiliency to last for several years.
However, if you weigh over 230 lbs then the relative chance of indents appearing increases due to the greater amount of pressure being placed on the materials over time.
So I would advise rotating the DreamCloud 180 degrees every 3 months to distribute the weight more evenly to guard against body impressions and indents.
13: Very Low Sagging Risk
I estimate that the risk of the DreamCloud sagging prematurely to be very low due to the high-quality spring support core in place – defective models can be replaced under the warranty or sleep trial for extra peace of mind.
14: Estimated Lifespan of 6-8 Years
The DreamCloud mattress should last for at least 6-8 years with the proper care due to the presence of the high-quality memory foam, higher density polyfoam, robust pocket coil support layer, and slightly firmer than average feel that will resist sinkage.
15: Excellent Value For Money
The DreamCloud mattress offers excellent value for money for a wide range of sleeper types because the high-quality materials and robust hybrid design means that you likely won’t have to replace it for at least another 6-8 years.
You could save money by buying a cheaper mattress here, but investing in a high-quality mattress like the DreamCloud could save you money over the long run because the longer expected lifespan means that you’re paying less per night of sleep.
Below is the key information for the DreamCloud mattress for the UK and US versions:
Sizes and Prices – US and UK Variations
Here are the US and UK DreamCloud mattress sizes, weights, and prices in a table:
|Price (No Discount)
|38” X 75” X 14” 50 lbs
|38” X 80” X 14” 53 lbs
|54” X 75” X 14” 72 lbs
|60” X 80” X 14” 85 lbs
|76” X 80” X 14” 107 lbs
|72” X 84” X 14” 107 lbs
|Price (No Discount)
|190 x 90 x 29cm
|190 x 135 x 29cm
|200 x 150 x 29cm
|200 x 180 x 29cm
365 Night Sleep Trial
DreamCloud gives you a 1-year sleep trial which means that you can return the mattress for a full refund if you don’t like it.
However, it’s important to note that if you have opened the mattress, then you have to wait 30 days before you can return it.
The reason for this is that 30 nights of continuous use is the expected amount of time required for the mattress to ‘break in’ and feel as comfortable as it’s going to feel relative to your body weight and sleeping style.
The lifetime warranty protects you from defects for as long as you own the mattress (as the original purchaser).
For the first 10 years, DreamCloud will replace defective mattresses at no extra charge.
After 10 years, DreamCloud will repair and recover or replace your mattress if it’s defective.
Take care to avoid voiding the warranty – I recommend buying a compatible frame from DreamCloud if you need a new one.
Below is a summary of how the DreamCloud compares to other types of mattresses.
DreamCloud v DreamCloud Premier
The DreamCloud Premier differs from the regular DreamCloud by adding an extra 2 inch Euro Top layer that contains memory foam and polyfoam for deeper pressure relief.
I recommend choosing the DreamCloud Premier over the regular DreamCloud if you are a lighter weighted side sleeper that want’s more pressure relief on your shoulders and hips.
DreamCloud v Puffy Lux Hybrid
The Puffy Lux Hybrid is my #1 alternative to the DreamCloud because the softer feel and deeper sinkage offers a solution for side sleepers, lighter weighted sleepers, those with shoulder pain, and restless couples who may find the DreamCloud too firm and responsive.
How to Set Up the DreamCloud Mattress
Follow the instructions below to set up your DreamCloud mattress:
1: Place the Rolled Up Mattress on the Frame
- Open up the box.
- Place the rolled up mattress on a compatible bed frame (get help lifting if required).
2: Use the Special Cutter to Remove the Packaging
- Use the cutter included to remove the packaging – do NOT use a knife or scissors since you may cut the mattress.
3: Allow the Mattress to Expand
- The mattress will start to inflate.
- You can sleep on the DreamCloud mattress after 5 hours – full expansion may take 24-48 hours.
- If your DreamCloud mattress doesn’t inflate fully, try these 5 tricks for making your bed in a box expand fully.
Conclusion: Best For Front and Back Sleepers
After my in-depth testing and analysis, I think that whilst the DreamCloud can cater to a wide range of sleeper types, the firmer feel and responsiveness makes it ideal for front and back sleepers as well as heavier weighted sleepers over 200 lbs because for the support it provides.
I also think that the bounce and responsiveness makes it a great choice for combination sleepers that need to be able to switch positions smoothly and warmer sleepers that need a cool and breathable mattress.
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Dan is the founder and head content creator at Bedroom Style Reviews.
He has been working as a professional online product reviewer since 2015 and was inspired to start this website when he ended up sleeping on a memory foam mattress that was too soft and gave him backache.
Through in-depth research and analysis, Dan’s goal with this website is to help others avoid such pitfalls by creating the best online resource for helping you find your ideal mattress, bedding, and bedroom furniture.
Dan is a qualified NVQ Level 2 Fitness Instructor with 6 years’ experience helping clients improve their health through diet, exercise, and proper sleep hygiene.
He also holds several college and university-level qualifications in health sciences, psychology, mathematics, art, and digital media creation – which helps him to publish well researched and informative product reviews as well as articles on sleep, health, wellbeing, and home decor.
Dan also has direct personal experience with insomnia, anxiety, misophonia (hypersensitivity to sounds), and pain from both acute and long-standing sporting injuries – he enjoys writing insightful articles around these subjects to help fellow sufferers of such conditions.
Learn more about Dan here.