As you grow older, the body needs more rest, and it is crucial to get a good night's sleep on a mattress that is suitable for you.

Whether you are looking for a mattress for yourself or a senior family member, comfort is key. Especially for 60-year-olds and above, joint and muscle pain can cause a lot of distress. This is why the mattress they sleep on needs to be comfortable enough, so they get adequate rest.

However, picking the right one can be very challenging for older people. They already have a lot of issues to deal with, like arthritis, that a bad mattress will only make worse. This is why we are here to help.

Take a look at our review of the top three mattresses available in the market for seniors.

Top 4 Product Reviews

1. Delta Sleep Mattress

Australian made and GECA certified, this foam mattress is made with locally sourced materials by the popular Calming Blanket. It has an adaptive 7cm top layer that provides zero partner disturbances for ache-free sleep.

Next is the bottom support layer that is an Intellicool Australian tech that is made to dissipate excess heat for a comfortable sleep.

Tencel® cover encases the mattress, which is made of environmentally friendly and sustainably sourced materials. Tencel stretch knits are soft, moisture-wicking, and highly breathable.

To top it off,  the Aussie made foams have ‘Ultra Fresh’, which is an antimicrobial protection. It is applied to foams to inhibit and destroy bacteria growth, resulting in a healthier and more hygienic sleeping environment, particularly for those suffering from asthma or allergies.

Why Should You Choose It?

a) Aussie owned and made

All the mattresses are made in VIC Australia, which means you get premium quality mattresses and world-class support from a known brand.

b) Relieves sore joints

With a 7cm thick top layer, you get a highly comfortable 'ache-free' sleep that cradles and supports your body's natural alignment. No matter how much your partner moves, you'll never be disturbed while you sleep with this supportive layer.

c) Donates to charity & is environmentally sound

It’s GECA certified, so every step from raw materials to delivery is environmentally, ethically and sustainably conscious. You’ll find no solvents or harsh chemicals in the bed, and because it's made in Australia, there are fewer carbon emissions.

Additionally, suppose you decide to return your mattress because you do not like it. In that case, Calming Blankets donates it to a charity partner, preventing it from going to waste and helping the local community.


  • Popular brand (new to mattresses)
  • 120 night trial
  • Foams treated with antimicrobial protection
  • Tencel® removable cover. 


  • Released in 2022

2. Emma Diamond Hybrid Mattress

The Emma Diamond mattress is a hybrid mattress which means it has a mix of foam and spring. It is the perfect premium quality product to go for if you want something comfortable yet sturdy. Plus, it has multiple layers that make it more appealing.

Why Did We Like It?

One of the reasons it stood out for us was the five layers it has. The top layer is a breathable mattress with natural latex and memory foam cover followed by a graphite foam layer that absorbs excess body heat. Furthermore, the third layer is an HRX foam that keeps the mattress sturdy.

The fourth and fifth layers are placed to ensure reduced disturbance by any motion and provide support to the back. These five layers combined are what contribute to the user's improved sleep quality.

Additionally, the springs in the mattress are encased in foam to avoid a dip in the edges due to heavy weight. This is one of those medium-firm mattresses that are made to provide adequate relief and back support.


  • Latex-foam mattress topper
  • Ideal for hot sleepers
  • Provides motion isolation
  • Firm mattress


  • Slightly on the expensive side

3. Ergoflex 5G Memory Foam Mattress

One of the very first brands to manufacture an affordable foam mattress was Ergoflex. This mattress has paved the way for many businesses to sell similar mattresses online. Interestingly, they thought about this over a decade ago and have maintained their quality over the years.

Why Did We Like It?

The first thing that caught our eye with this mattress was the warranty. The Ergoflex foam mattress is protected under a ten year warranty period. Additionally, the company has a 30-night risk free trial as well.

This memory foam mattress has three layers where the top layer has a high-density form. The middle layer controls the temperature, while the last one ensures spinal alignment. Altogether, the mattress provides just the right amount of pressure and is used in many European hospitals.

In terms of firmness, it is a medium mattress that is ideal for people with back problems or joint issues. Furthermore, the company offers "next day delivery" right at your doorstep, so you don't have to worry about anything.


  • Firm mattress
  • Value for money
  • Temperature controlling layer
  • Ten-year warranty


  • No handles to hold the mattress

4. Origin Hybrid Mattress

One of the best mattresses proven to improve sleep quality and overall health are the hybrid mattresses by Origin. These mattresses are a class apart from other mattresses, which shows in the number of awards it has won.

Why Did We Like It?

Origin Hybrid mattresses are made with natural latex and offer zero motion transfer quality. Moreover, it traps heat, ensuring that you have a quiet and undisturbed sleep. Additionally, it has supportive pocket springs that offer back support.

But that's not all; it has an anti-bacterial cover making it ideal for people susceptible to allergies. The fabric of the cover is smooth and breathable, which is why it remains cool even if you get warm during the night. Additionally, the mattress is protected with a 15-year warranty.

Overall, it is an excellent investment for anyone who has joint or back pain but wants a mattress on the softer side. If you are still unsure, Origin offers a 120-day trial period which is more than enough time to take a call.


  • Long trial period and warranty
  • Affordable pricing
  • Ideal for people with back problems or any other spinal issue
  • Cooling gel memory foam for temperature control


  • Brand is not well-known in Australia

Buying Guide

There are quite a few factors to consider when buying a mattress, especially for 50-year-olds or anyone older than that. Take a look at some of our pointers for a head start.

1. Firmness

The first thing would be to ensure it provides adequate support to the body. The right mattress should be able to distribute weight efficiently while getting rid of pressure and pain.

2. Comfort

Obviously, comfort plays a significant role in this as well. While firmness in the mattress is needed, it shouldn't feel like sleeping on a stone slab. This is why hybrid mattresses are so popular as it provides a balance between support and comfort.

3. Temperature Control

Finally, the mattress should have gel-infused memory foam for adequate temperature control. Older people tend to have many temperature fluctuations through the night, which is why this feature is needed.


With that, we come to the end of our review of the best mattress for seniors. We hope this has brought some clarity on the subject and will make the buying process easier.

Before leaving, we would like to point something out. It's not just about comfort when it comes to buying the best memory foam mattress or even a hybrid mattress. It is about having a mattress that ensures your good health and well-being. A bed is a place of rest and comfort, don't let one lousy mattress ruin it.

On that note, we shall sign off. See you next time with more reviews and guides.