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Men’s Health Names Loom & Leaf Best Mattress for Stomach Sleepers

If you’re one of the 7% of Americans who sleep on their stomach, finding a mattress that properly supports you is key to a good night’s sleep. Without adequate support, a stomach sleeper is a prime candidate for lower back pain. That’s why Saatva engineers all of its mattresses with dedicated lumbar support. It’s also a big reason why the editors of Men’s Health this week named Saatva’s Loom & Leaf memory foam mattress the best mattress for stomach sleepers in their 2019 Sleep Awards.

“You probably require something a little firmer if you sleep on your stomach,” the Men’s Health writeup notes. The Loom & Leaf Mattress strikes the perfect balance with a plush top layer of cotton to keep your skin soft and cool.”

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A firm mattress allows your spine to stay in neutral alignment when you snooze face down. Loom & Leaf’s premium 5-lb. memory foam provides plenty of support, and a layer of cooling spinal gel reinforces the lumbar zone to keep hips from sinking too deep into the surface. Gel-infused memory foam and breathable organic cotton also help prevent sleeping hot, a common complaint of stomach sleepers. Durability is important too, since a mattress made with low-quality materials will sag, putting a stomach sleeper at high risk for back pain. High-density memory foam, like that found in Loom & Leaf, ensures the mattress will continue to provide support for years to come.

This isn’t the first time a Saatva mattress has received a shout-out. Here’s what other publications have to say about our mattresses:

Christina Heiser is the content manager at Saatva. She has held previous positions at Everyday Health, Women's Health, and L'Oréal. When she's not working, you can find Christina checking out the latest boutique fitness classes in New York City, cheering on her college basketball team (go Red Storm!), and trying new beauty and wellness trends.