I'm an adult. This bed was a mistake for because I tend to sleep on the edge of the bed and I "fall off the edge." After I bought this mattress, I found out from a bed salesman that "edge sleepers" will have a problem with memory foam beds. You need one that has a firm edge, even if the middle is medium or soft. In order to sleep in this bed, I have to align myself as far back on the bed as possible, putting my behind close to the far or inside edge. Then I role onto my back to make the foam sink in where my hips are. Then after about 2 minutes, I slowly roll onto my side and hope that the bed conforms to my body fairly well. If it doesn't, I feel like I'm rolling down hill toward the near edge of the bed. Even with this, the bed gives me a backache often. My daughter has the same mattress in queen size and firm. When I visited her, I napped on her bed, and made a point of sleeping in the middle of the bed. That was OK. Because this mattress doesn't work well for me, even with these gyrations, I plan to sell it and get a memory foam bed built for edge sleepers. To save money, I may get a regular foam mattress and pair that with a memory foam topper instead.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Color was fine
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Quality was good
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Description was OK, but didn't mention the problem of "edge sleepers"