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Our Origins range represents our starter models and provides the minimum standard you should expect from any of our Luxury Mattresses. These have been specifically designed to achieve the best mattresses you can get within this price range.

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Our Artisan range of Luxury Mattresses are as bespoke as you can get. All mattresses within this range can be tailored precisely to your needs by altering the spring tensions across the entire mattress, or by combining two different spring tensions (such as medium in one half and firm in the other).

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Luxury Mattresses for Hip Pain From John Ryan by Design

Do you frequently wake up with aches and pains in your hip? Do you feel like your current mattress may be the cause? Unfortunately there are many people who feel the same way. This can be caused by inappropriate sleeping positions, but all too often hip pain and coxal area discomfort stems from not getting the proper protection and support from your mattress.

At John Ryan By Design, we understand that investing in a brand new mattress is not something to be taken lightly, especially when you’re specifically searching for mattresses for hip pain. So, this is why we specialise in selling mattresses that have been built to the highest standard, from materials to build quality.

We have built our business around our extensive knowledge of the mattress industry, which is why we want to help you find the best mattress for hip pain to greatly improve your sleep quality. Here’s a quick look at the high-quality, cost-effective and comfortable mattresses for hip pain that we provide.

First, what do mattresses and hip pain have in common?

Poor sleep posture can be a big factor for aches and pains. This can be rectified by sleeping more regularly on your back. You could also try sleeping on your side with a pillow between your knees to keep your hips aligned, just be sure to pick the side that doesn’t hurt.

Now when it comes to what you’re actually sleeping on and preventing hip pain, mattresses that are either too soft or too hard are the ones that can trigger pressure points, which in turn lead to more severe pains over time. The firmness of your mattress is extremely important, but in order to find the best mattress for your hip pain, you’ll need to take a few factors into account – namely your height, weight and mattress preference.

Mattresses for hip pain should always conform closely to your body so that your pelvis, spine and shoulders are all aligned correctly. Mattresses designed this way help to reduce discomfort and alleviate any pressure in the sensitive areas of the body. When choosing a mattress, always take your bodyweight and sleep position into consideration. A firmer mattress tends to suit heavier people better, whereas a softer more body conforming mattress is preferred by lighter sleepers.

Spring tension is important

Your body weight will determine the spring tension of your mattress, and if this isn’t quite soft enough or firm enough, then problems will arise. This is why we always cater to your weight requirements by offering Soft, Medium or Firm spring tensions. Take our Artisan range, in particular our Artisan Bespoke 002, this offers Calico Pocket Springs and ultra deep comfort layers for maximum responsiveness.

The spring tensions that we’d recommend depending on body weight are as follows:

BodyweightSpring tension
Upto 8 Stone / 50kgSoft
8-16 Stone / 50-101kgMedium
16 Stone / 101kg UpwardsFirm

Also, if you’re a warm sleeper, then the mattresses for hip pain in our Artisan range can be ideal for you. All of these mattresses have natural fillings in order to help you get a cooler nights sleep. This is because natural fibres are high wicking especially compared to heat retentive synthetic materials. Meaning the natural fibres regulate temperature more effectively. Once you’ve considered the spring tension of the mattress, you always need to look at the comfort layers.

We have many more mattresses that we can recommend for sufferers of hip pain, such as our Artisan Naturals or Artisan Bespoke 004. Both of these mattresses feel similar and have a medium comfort layer, with the difference being the amount of natural fillings each of them has. The Artisan Naturals having 85% natural fillings whereas the Artisan Bespoke 004 has 100%.

Look for Latex

It’s worth taking a look at our Fusion Range of mattresses which are made of 100% Natural Latex, as Latex can be very effective for relieving pressure due to the fact that it can mold to a person’s body shape, similarly to Memory Foam. Unlike Memory Foam, Latex is more responsive and also less heat retentive.

The best mattress for hip pain needs to have a stable support unit, especially when you’re considering a Latex mattress. This is where our breathable Fusion range excels, as each mattress has a suitable solid base for full support and extra comfort. Our Fusion 3 uses a 100% Natural Latex and provides progressive medium support together with a separate topper. This allows for maximum comfort as you sink slowly into the topper before the core mattress then naturally supports you.

We’d recommend trying out some Latex mattresses before making your decision as they can give you a totally different sleep sensation.

The best mattress for hip pain has to be right for you

The key thing to keep in mind is that different mattresses work for different people, especially when they are looking to reduce and eliminate hip pain.

It’s important to choose mattresses for hip pain that have the right level of support and comfort for you. For example if your hips are frequently sore and aching you may be after a medium support unit with a softer top layer that allows you to sink in the mattress.

You could take a look at either our Origins comfort 1000 which is soft in the top layer with medium support, or our Origins 1500 which is medium in both support and upholstery.

Old mattress problems causing you pain?

Over time many mattresses can develop problems. For example, if you have a fairly wide mattress or you’re using a sprung slatted base where the slats are too far apart then humps can develop.

We’d always advise that your mattress is turned and rotated to help reduce settlement. Also, boarding a slatted base with MDF or Hardboard can help prevent the bed from sagging in between the gaps in the slats.

Let our experts know which mattress you currently have, as this will help us to identify any problems that may be causing hip pain. This will also allow us to offer a solution by finding you the best mattress for hip pain to suit your exact requirements.  

So please don’t hesitate to contact us today on 0161 437 4419

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