Back sleepers – If you sleep on your back, you need the mattress to cushion your spinal curve. Otherwise, you can develop lower back pain. Mattresses with conforming foams, like memory foam, in the top layer, special lumber pads, pillow-top and euro-top beds are good for back sleepers.
Side sleepers – It is the best sleep position to gain most health benefits. You may either sleep on the right or your left side. The body curves are more pronounced in this position. Mattresses with lumbar support are best for curvaceous side sleepers.
Stomach sleepers – When you lie on your stomach, you put your spine under a lot of stress. Not only stomach sleeping results in skin wrinkling, but your neck remains at an uncomfortable backward angle for the most part of the night, which can result in severe soreness the next morning!