Single Memory Foam Mattresses
Getting a good night’s sleep is important for all aspects of our lives, so why not invest in a single memory foam mattress? With designs that contour and adjust to your body and sleeping habits, our range of single memory foam beds can guarantee both comfort and support.
Proven to help with back and pressure point pain, a single memory foam mattress should be top of your list if you want to drift off to rest.
Compact, Comfy Mattresses
Our 3ft memory foam mattresses are compact but comfy, allowing for lots of space. With a range of firmness options and designs, find the mattress literally designed around you, here.
- Deluxe Memory Spring Rolled MattressRRP From £174.99 Now From £94.99
- Touch 3-Zone Memory Foam Orthopaedic Rolled MattressRRP From £219.99 Now From £119.99
- Ocean Gel Memory and Reflex Foam Cool Orthopaedic LayGel MattressRRP From £279.99 Now From £154.99
- Balmoral 3500 Pocket Sprung Memory Foam MattressRRP From £344.99 Now From £189.99
- Ocean Gel Pocket 2000 Memory and Reflex Foam Individual Sprung Cool Orthopaedic LayGel MattressRRP From £269.99 Now From £149.99
- Cashmere 3000 Pocket Sprung Memory Foam MattressRRP From £354.99 Now From £194.99
- Memflex Spring Memory and Reflex Foam Orthopaedic MattressRRP From £249.99 Now From £144.99
- Noah Memory Foam Spring MattressRRP From £189.99 Now From £114.99
- Touch 7-Zone Memory Foam Orthopaedic Rolled MattressRRP From £234.99 Now From £129.99
- Aloe Vera 1500 Pocket Sprung Memory and Reflex Foam MattressRRP From £354.99 Now From £194.99
- Membound Memory Foam Spring MattressRRP From £189.99 Now From £109.99
- Fusion Extra Plus Memory and Reflex Foam Orthopaedic MattressRRP From £244.99 Now From £134.99
- Fusion Super Memory and Reflex Foam Orthopaedic MattressRRP From £279.99 Now From £154.99
- Imperial 3500 Pocket Sprung MattressRRP From £354.99 Now From £194.99
- Bamboo Vitality 2000 Pocket Sprung Memory and Reflex Foam MattressRRP From £459.99 Was From £254.99 Now From £234.99
- Maestro Spring Memory Foam Tufted MattressRRP From £239.99 Now From £139.99
- Fusion Lite Memory and Reflex Foam Orthopaedic MattressRRP From £219.99 Now From £119.99
- Sleep Soul Balance 800 Pocket Spring and Memory Foam MattressRRP From £289.99 Now From £159.99
- Fusion Plus Memory and Reflex Foam Orthopaedic MattressRRP From £234.99 Now From £129.99
- Forest Dream 3000 Pocket Sprung MattressRRP From £359.99 Now From £199.99
- Pocket Memory Foam 3000 Individual Sprung Orthopaedic Rolled MattressRRP From £359.99 Now From £199.99
- Brooklyn 1400 Pocket Sprung Memory Foam MattressRRP From £334.99 Now From £184.99
- Compact Membound Memory Foam Spring MattressRRP From £189.99 Now From £109.99
- Fusion Ultra Memory and Reflex Foam Orthopaedic MattressRRP From £354.99 Now From £194.99
What is a Memory Foam Mattress?
You’ve probably heard of all the benefits of memory foam, but what exactly is it? Developed by NASA, memory foam consists of polyurethane and viscoelastic cells which creates space for air to move through it.
This results in memory foam’s biggest benefit: the ability to react to heat and body shape for an extra comfy, snug sleep.
So, no matter what body type you may have, memory foam’s materials allow it to adapt and shape to you.
Are Memory Foam Mattresses Firm or Soft?
Much like a regular spring mattress, the firmness of a memory foam mattress depends on the make and model.
Memory foam mattresses distribute weight evenly, so if you prefer a firmer mattress, then you won’t have any problems with memory foam. Since firm mattresses depend on balance, a memory foam mattress offers similar benefits.
On the other side, if you like your mattresses less firm, a soft memory mattress will be fine, too. Generally, they tend to be softer than spring mattresses because they contour to your body.
However, as mentioned, it varies on a mattress-by-mattress basis. There are plenty of firm or soft memory foam mattresses in the Happy Beds range, for example.
How Long Do Memory Foam Mattresses Last?
By and large, memory foam mattresses should last between 8 and 10 years.
Key indications that your memory foam mattress is coming to the end of its life is the appearance of sags, lasting indentations and a decrease in levels of comfort.
Of course, with Happy Beds, you’re protected by our 5-year manufacturer’s guarantee, so we’ve got your back if anything goes wrong.
Are Memory Foam Mattresses Good or Bad For Your Back?
Memory foam mattresses don’t have springs, which means they mould to your body shape, including your back.
This support means a memory foam mattress will provide pressure point relief, full-body support and facilitate healthy spinal alignment.
In rare cases, they may not help back pain. To find out more on how to solve back pain, read our blog on the subject: How to Choose the Best Mattress for a Bad Back.
Are Memory Foam Mattresses Safe for Children and Toddlers?
Generally, memory foam mattresses are not recommended for very young children and toddlers.
They are suitable for older children however, plus their hypoallergenic properties may be desirable if your child struggles with allergies.