Is this hot

asked on December 3, 2016

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The mattress is never the issue if you are getting hot while sleeping. Polyester does not breathe. Your mattress pad is what you should be looking at. It should be all or partially cotton in the very least. Cotton breathes and is much cooler. I am a peri menopausal female in SE Texas where we hit 86 in February...trust… see more The mattress is never the issue if you are getting hot while sleeping. Polyester does not breathe. Your mattress pad is what you should be looking at. It should be all or partially cotton in the very least. Cotton breathes and is much cooler. I am a peri menopausal female in SE Texas where we hit 86 in February...trust me, I must be cool when I go to sleep or I end up with a migraine when I wake up, or worse, hot flashes with instant sweating and that's without polyester. My sheets are 100% cotton as well. Be careful of the amazon listings saying like Egytpian bedding..key word like. They are 100% polyester, do not breathe, and cheap for a reason. Hope that helps! see less The mattress is never the issue if you are getting hot while sleeping. Polyester does not breathe. Your mattress pad is what you should be looking at. It should be all or partially cotton in the very least. Cotton breathes and is much cooler. I am a peri menopausal female in SE Texas where we hit 86 in February...trust me, I must be cool when I go to sleep or I end up with a migraine when I wake up, or worse, hot flashes with instant sweating and that's without polyester. My sheets are 100% cotton as well. Be careful of the amazon listings saying like Egytpian bedding..key word like. They are 100% polyester, do not breathe, and cheap for a reason. Hope that helps!
Maureen in Texas
· March 3, 2017
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When our thermostat temp says 72 F & it's the two of us in the bed, I get pretty hot. For me to sleep comfortably, I have to have the room temp between 69-70 F.
Kallia
· December 31, 2016
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Yes. I wake several times a night soaked. Ordered a thicker mattress pad (one I have on there now is just a waterproof one). Hoping that works.
Amanda B
· January 6, 2017
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It depends on the type of sheets and number of blankets you use. This mattress is naturally cold, my Egyptian Cotten sheets are cool feeling on this mattress whereas my flannel sheets are hot.
Samantha
· May 13, 2017
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Its not hot it feels great!! I would recommend it 100%
Dayana
· December 3, 2016
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I don't find it hot at all. In fact with my prior coil mattress I was always removing the covers, now I sleep with the bedspread and a blanket. I'd have to say it is one of the most comfortable mattresses I have owned and don't toss and turn all night like before.
Bargain hunter
· August 11, 2017
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The mattress does not sleep hot. Just watch what sort of sheets and stuff you put on top of it. I used to wake up in a pool of sweat even with my ac blowing at 68 degrees. I have a waterproof bed protector sheet on my mattress to help with drinks spills, dust mites, allergies, and my dogs(my puppy still pees on the bed… see more The mattress does not sleep hot. Just watch what sort of sheets and stuff you put on top of it. I used to wake up in a pool of sweat even with my ac blowing at 68 degrees. I have a waterproof bed protector sheet on my mattress to help with drinks spills, dust mites, allergies, and my dogs(my puppy still pees on the bed from time to time, and the waterproof mattress protector has saved my bed), I was always sleeping extremely hot on this mattress. I washed the mattress protector over night and had the bed with just the sheets on, and I slept just fine and did not sweat at all. I did not get hot at all that night. Which tells me the mattress protector is what made me sleep hot. It’s not the bed that sleeps hot, it’s the protectors/toppers/sheets/etc you use that make you sleep hot. see less The mattress does not sleep hot. Just watch what sort of sheets and stuff you put on top of it. I used to wake up in a pool of sweat even with my ac blowing at 68 degrees. I have a waterproof bed protector sheet on my mattress to help with drinks spills, dust mites, allergies, and my dogs(my puppy still pees on the bed from time to time, and the waterproof mattress protector has saved my bed), I was always sleeping extremely hot on this mattress. I washed the mattress protector over night and had the bed with just the sheets on, and I slept just fine and did not sweat at all. I did not get hot at all that night. Which tells me the mattress protector is what made me sleep hot. It’s not the bed that sleeps hot, it’s the protectors/toppers/sheets/etc you use that make you sleep hot.
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· September 27, 2018
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Yes
HerHashtagLife
· October 9, 2017
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What about returns ? Or a trial period ?
Paul h.
· April 22, 2017
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No, its not hot. If you have an issue of being hit at night its not the beds fault.
Chay M.
· March 4, 2017
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