Nolah Mattress Review – A Value Alternative To Memory Foam? (2018 UPDATE)

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Nolah Sleep advertises its Nolah Mattress as a memory foam mattress at a fraction of the price.

The Nolah utilizes a proprietary AirFoam that is designed to relieve pressure, while also keeping you cool. Sleeping hot is often a complaint with memory foam, but that is not the case here.

The Nolah is a good mattress for side sleepers. Lying on my side, I felt little to no pressure on my shoulders and hips.

Also, the Nolah bed is a good mattress for hot sleepers. The cover and AirFoam are designed to dissipate heat and keep you cool.

Finally, the Nolah is a great value mattress. Coming in at a third of the price of many in-store memory foam mattresses, the Nolah Mattress gives a memory foam feel for less.

For the price, the mattress is very well constructed. The materials are quite durable so this could be a long-lasting mattress.

However, if you are a back or stomach sleeper, you may require a firmer mattress. The top layers are very soft so you may not get the proper support on your hips.

In addition, if you are a heavier person, you may press down through the softer layers down to the firmer layers beneath. Because of this, it may feel firmer to you.

For me, the Nolah had a nice firmness and feel. I sunk in a bit, but I never felt like I was “stuck.” It was easy to move around on the mattress.

Also, the Nolah isolated motion well. If you sleep with a partner, you shouldn’t feel them moving around at night. This and the decent edge support make the Nolah a good mattress for couples.

Overall, this is a very comfortable mattress. It relieves pressure better than most mattresses I have tried. It is a great choice for side sleepers and those who sleep hot.

However, if you sleep on your stomach or are a heavier person, you may need more support.

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