The Hawthorne Extra Firm Innerspring Mattress is a heavy-weight mattress for those who need ample support. Here, comfort and strength come at a great value. High density poly foam on the top and bottom provides just the right degree of cushioning, while vertical foam under the quilt, around the hip area, allows you to sleep soundly.
Hawthorne Extra Firm Innerspring Mattress
$629.95 – $1,149.95 ea.
The Hawthorne Extra Firm Innerspring Mattress by 2-Sided Classics is a hard-working, luxury coil mattress perfect for those who need high-performance sleep surface support. Lumbar support in the middle third of the bed keeps your hips in natural alignment.
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Added Lumbar Support
All our Mattresses are Two-Sided Flippable. The layer(s) & cover apply to both sides of the support for two identical sleeping surfaces.
Power Flex 448 (Queen Coil Count)
Bonnel Coil (12.75 Gauge)
Vertical Foam Lumbar System & Rail Insert
1.5" High Density Eco Flex Foam (Top & Bottom)
Eco Loft Inherent Fiber Fire Barrier
1.66" Eco Flex Foam
Stretch Knit Polyester
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Hello, I’m looking for a mattress that meets my specific health needs. I’m disabled and spend a good amount of time in bed (can be several hours a day, a few days out of the week), due to rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, full-body migraines, chronic pain and fatigue. I had a failed lumbar/sacral surgery, that causes chronic pain, sciatica and hip pain when I sleep. When I wake up, my entire body hurts, but especially lower back, both knees and both hips.
Do I need a firm mattress? A second issue is that I get up a few times a night and every time I do, it wakes my wife up. Part of this because the box spring creaks, the other part is mattress movement. It seems like this mattress reduces this movement?
Would you recommend a mattress topper?
Lastly, the pictures seem to include both mattress and box spring in the price? Thanks!
I would not recommend this bed to someone with fibromyalgia. It is too firm. That full body ache may be a result a a surface that is too firm.
I’ll start with the easy answer: when you get a new box, you need one with no coils and no cardboard. A box with lots of slats, which is well assembled will not squeak.
A topper may help the fibromyalgia pain, but will not help with the sciatic pain and hip pain. Some relief might come from a more supportive mattress, but firm does not equal supportive. I think you would probably benefit from a zoned support system. This would give you a little extra firmness where your hips are, without making it harsh. A pocketed coil would be worth considering based on your concerns about motion.
Look at the Discovery firm mattress, and consider putting our 0626 Topper on top. The topper would need to be replaced before the mattress, but the combinations’ comfort should address the need for support and the cushioning your body needs. I would not recommend this mattres by itself. It would be too firm.
does this mean that there is no saging in the middle or on the edge? I am looking for a friend that is unable to move from the waste down, so he uses his arms to get on and off the bed and in and out of his wheelchair, he also gets a lot of pressure points laying in one spot for a long time and when he gets ready to move his hands will sink in the bed when he try’s to move, also he really does not like anything with Gel or Memory foam in it.
This mattress is very resistant to sagging. The surface is not harsh but the support below is quite firm; this makes maneuvering on the bed much easier, without the hard, bed sore-inducing top. In the past we have used this mattress for precisely the type of customer you’re describing, and it has been very successful.