Side sleepers typically require a softer mattress which comforts to their shoulders and hips to reduce pressure points in those areas.
Back and/or stomach sleepers typically require a firmer mattress which offers optimal support for their back and keeps their spine in alignment.
You could be tossing and turning because your current mattress is uncomfortable so let's see some other factors which will help determine which mattress will help you get the best sleep.
Like sleeping in a big pile of pillows that hug you all over.
Like sleeping on the couch with regular cushions.
Like sleeping on the floor with a thick and fluffy comforter underneath.
Like sleeping on the bare floor with just a carpet underneath.
I am very small and skinny. (Typically under 130lbs.)
I am average height and average build. (Between 130lbs and 210lbs.)
I am taller than average and/or a little heavier than average. (Between 210lbs and 280lbs.)
I have a very large frame and on the heavy side. (Over 280lbs.)
Special bedding is made with the newest in mattress technology including specialty longer lasting foams, innovative cooling systems and advanced pressure relief systems which help eliminate back pain
and provide the best sleep possible.
Mattress technologies have come a long way in the past decade and most good quality innerspring mattresses now provide advanced back support and quality materials for a comfortable night's sleep.