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The Best Mattresses for Stomach Sleepers

Updated Dec 11, 2022
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If you turn in for the night by belly-flopping onto your bed, you should consider a mattress that’s on the firmer side of medium-firm to support and cushion your midsection while keeping your spine properly aligned. We’ve tested dozens of mattresses over the past three years, and we recommend six specifically for stomach-sleepers. Given that firmness levels are subjective, consider this guide a starting point. We also encourage you to explore brands beyond the ones we suggest, and to read about other mattresses in our foam and innerspring mattress guides.

Stearns & Foster Estate Rockwell, extra support with pressure relief

Stearns & Foster Estate Rockwell

Extra support with pressure relief
This lofty, upscale-looking bed updates the strong support you might expect from a classic innerspring by adding memory-foam cushion. Its prominent quilting style isn’t for everyone, though.
We recommend
Tempur-Adapt (Medium Hybrid), super-comfortable but high-priced

Tempur-Adapt (Medium Hybrid)

Super-comfortable but high-priced
With a luxurious, slow-sinking foam and sturdy edge support, the Tempur-Adapt feels leagues ahead of most mattresses we tried. But it also costs two to four times as much.
We recommend
WinkBed, good cushion atop an abundance of coils


Good cushion atop an abundance of coils
A layer of firm coils around the perimeter gives the WinkBed resilience and sturdy edge support, while a thick pillow top loosely cradles without feeling sticky.
We recommend
Charles P. Rogers Estate SE, super-durability in a box

Charles P. Rogers Estate SE

Super-durability in a box
This flippable, two-piece mattress is made with high-quality, durable materials—such as latex and extra-sturdy coils—that are rare even in more expensive mattresses. But it’s heavy, and if you want help setting it up, you’ll likely have to pay extra.
We recommend
Zenhaven, best latex-foam mattress


Best latex-foam mattress
The all-latex Zenhaven is $1,000 more than similar online options, but it should prove more durable and breathable (and thus feel cooler) than many foam mattresses. Good latex mattresses are expensive, but we think this one offers remarkable value.
We recommend
Leesa Sapira Hybrid Mattress, cradling foam-on-coil combo with mellow bounce

Leesa Sapira Hybrid Mattress

Cradling foam-on-coil combo with mellow bounce
The Leesa Sapira Hybrid combines sturdy foam layers with just enough bounce. It also offers better cooling and a thicker cover, compared with the competition.
We recommend

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