Before I put the sheets on I had to try out my new Restonic ComfortCare mattress. The premium cover drew my attention right away. It’s very nice. So nice in fact I was a little upset at having to throw sheets on it. It has this ribbing, which reminded me of one of my favorite sweaters and was just as soft. If Restonic decided to make a sheet set out of just the bed covering material, they’d make a killing. As I was lining on my back taking everything in, I started dozing off. Getting up at this point and getting the sheets on the bed was probably the hardest part of this entire process.

After getting the bed dressed, I laid back down for my first night’s sleep. First impressions – I would put this mattress in the medium to firm category but with a nice layer of softness. I like the non-removable cushion-top made from gel-infused quilting foam. There is definite support from that!

I prefer to sleep on my back so this was the first position I tried. What I immediately noticed was how it aligned my spine, allowing my butt to sink in a bit while supporting my lower back at the same time. My previous mattress didn’t do this, which was causing me to toss and turn during the night.

Laying on my front was a very similar experience; just enough support with just enough give for a comfortable posture. On my normal mattress my back would arch down just enough to cause me some lower back pain. Restonic straightened this arch resolving that issue.

On my side, I noticed a little more pressure around the hip and shoulder area, but still comfortable enough for a good night’s sleep.

Throughout the night I tossed and turned much less than usual, but the biggest difference was waking up without my normal lower back pain. None at all, which was amazing!­

Each consecutive night the Restonic mattress got more and more comfortable. I’m not sure if it was me getting used to it or part of the breaking in process. But the only way I can describe it, is that the mattress simply disappeared. In a good way that is.