Twelve years ago, John Schultz was having a tough time with shoulder pain. He was training for triathlons and battering his body along the way. At night, when he should have been giving himself a break with restorative sleep, he’d toss and turn with pain and numbness from lying on his injured limbs.
“I started asking myself why my mattress didn’t fit my body,” he says. “Why did my body have to conform to the mattress surface? Why didn’t the surface conform to my body?”
He then did what anybody unable to get a good night’s rest would—he looked for a way, any way, to get some sleep. He bought foam at a local store and placed it strategically on the mattress to relieve the pressure on his body.
Four years later, still unhappy with his nighttime repose, he decided to look at the problem from another angle. Read more ....
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