ReginaDav

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Jul 16, 2018 11:09 PM
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Hello, my name is Regina, I'm not diagnosed yet with fibromyalgia, but I think I get most of the symptoms already (trouble sleeping, headaches, and morning stiffness) and in my case, I prefer to prevent problems rather than deal with them in further. I will be glad to hear any tips and advice on how to choose the right mattress for fibromyalgia, which suits me in the best way! What the most trustful brands? Thanks in advance!

       
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Reply Jul 16, 2018 11:02 PM
Joined: Jul 16, 2018
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Hi Forest!
You'd better to search articles/reviews where represented mattress/pillows etc stuff for sleep in general, check it and choose what suits you better!
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Reply Jul 16, 2018 11:00 PM
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I have a friend, male, who is 6'2" or 6'3" and w?ighs over 400 lbs but n?t many scales can weigh him, exactly. He has an Original Mattress Factory, Orthopedic Extra Firm, with the double r?w of foam cylinders for edge support. He says it's the only thing that suooprts his weight ans holds up well. He bought it as mattress + box spring set in 2007. When I checked with OMF last Fall and again in March 2011, they told me that they don't offer the double row of foal edge supports, it's just a single r?w now, due to not wanting to fl?mmability-test it. I take that to mean that the double row probably didn't pass or won't pass, so now thwy sell only a single row or no additional edge support. That set runs around $900 or something. The pric?s are p?sted on their web site. The ?nly way to get a discounted price is to buy the fl?or mod?l whenever they ch?nge the displays.
Reply Jul 16, 2018 10:46 PM
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Points: 6
I guess you'll definitely feel the difference since kings are very comfortable!