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Welcome to college! I’m sure you’re excited to get on the next part of your academic journey.
If you want to perform well in school, you need to make sure you are getting proper sleep. This just isn’t possible on an uncomfortable dorm room mattress.
Fear not. There is an easy fix to your firm, stiff mattress. Buying a mattress topper is an affordable way to soften that mattress and also give it a more comfortable feel.
Out of all the mattress toppers I have tried, these five should be great for your dorm room mattress. They are comfortable, affordable, and should help you sleep better.
The ViscoSoft is a great mattress topper for side sleeping. A firm mattress really won’t give you the pressure relief you need when you are on your side. The ViscoSoft will soften your mattress so that you feel less pressure on your shoulders and hips.
If budget is your main concern, the Dreamfoam mattress topper should work for you. This memory foam mattress topper is soft, comfortable, and a great value.
Do you sleep hot? Well, you don’t want your mattress topper to make you heat up even more. The Layla mattress topper is the most cooling option on this list. It features copper and Thermogel in its construction which should keep you cool while you sleep.
What about you stomach sleepers out there? Most of these toppers are going to soften your mattress too much for stomach sleeping. However, the Saatva mattress topper should work for you. It features two layers that should keep you properly supported when you are on your stomach.
If you just don’t like memory foam, the Tuft & Needle is a good choice. It features foam that is both responsive and breathable. This memory foam alternative should make it more easy to move around while you sleep.
So, which of these mattress toppers sounds like the right fit for your dorm room? Comment below and let us know!
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