frequently asked questions

Sleeping on your Lull


Does the Lull transfer movement?

 The Lull mattress has more movement isolation than a typical spring mattress, but that doesn't mean it's a stiff mattress. We focused on balancing movement isolation with memory foam. If there's someone more than six inches away from you, you won't feel or hear a thing.

Will the Lull "valley" like my old mattress did?

Nope. Lull mattresses are made with high quality foams designed to last for years. We offer a 10-year warranty so you can rest assured that you’re getting a great mattress.

Does the mattress sleep hot like other memory foam mattresses?

The top layer of the mattress is made of a 1.5" proprietary, gel infused viscoelastic layer. This layer provides for dramatically enhanced air flow and draws heat away from the body, keeping you comfortable all night long.

If I have a medical problem, will the Lull be okay for me?

Since every medical condition is different, it's difficult to say for sure. Consulting a doctor may be a preferable option, but feel free to call in and talk to us about your medical problems -we may know of other customers with similar concerns. The only way to truly know if Lull is the right fit is to try it out, so take advantage of our 100 Night Trial.

What's the weight capacity of the mattress?

The Lull mattress was designed to comfortably support two people weighing up to 250 lbs each. Or two people plus a really large dog, each weighing up to 166.666667 lbs. :-)

Adjusting from innerspring to memory foam

If you are switching from a lifetime of sleeping on an innerspring mattress to sleeping on a memory foam mattress, a break-in period where your body adjusts to the new support is common because the materials have not had time to soften and conform to your body.

It is recommended to try a memory foam bed for at least 30 days, and why the 100-night trial period is valuable.

The old mattress you’ve been sleeping on for years has adjusted to the shape and size of your body as well as your sleeping positions. After years of repeated use, materials compress and no longer adequately support your body. That indentation left by your body may cause sagging, reducing sleep quality.

A new pair of shoes often requires a breaking in period. The same principle applies to your new mattress; it may not feel comfortable until the materials have stretched and softened.

The break in period allows time for your body to adapt to your new mattress, but also for it to adjust to you. If your old sleeping surface was beginning to break down, your body might have overcompensated to make you feel comfortable. A new sleeping surface means your body may have to readjust to the support of your new mattress.