Inventing a solution for your own problem can end up helping everyone -- Cousteau developed the aqua-lung to enable his study of undersea life, which subsequently gave you something to do in the swimming pool at Club Med. Solving his sleeping problems and yours, the man behind MattressLogix.
Just now hitting the road, Logix will come to your home/business, custom-fit a next-level mattress specifically for your body, then build it on the spot, all inside an ingenious purpose-built truck; the SMU/UT-educated founder actually developed the sleep-tech to deal with his own near-decade-long spine problem (baby got bad back). The mattresses eschew cheap fill (which sags over time) in favor of organic cotton, tempered virgin steel, and rubber adhesives that can last decades, with the core comprised of seven modular "support units" loaded with up to 1,792 steel springs and available in eight firmness levels (from 1/2 as soft as standard, to 3X as hard), each carefully calibrated until completely un-muscled spinal support is achieved; you can also go with a split-configuration, great if you're married, or only pick up women with obsessively particular physical dimensions, in which case expect a visit from Criminal Minds' Mandy Patinkin very soon. After the support units are selected head-to-toe, customers choose a "topper": six options ranging from "open-cell" memory foam (cooler than Temper-Pedic, which doesn't let air pass through) to Celsion Latex -- grown on Goodyear's rubber plantations, it "keeps you warm when it's cold" and vice versa, even if you're a blimp.
After fitment, your unit's assembled in the rear cargo area, then installed in your bedroom; the whole process takes 2-3 hours, around the time it takes to realize the only thing to see while scuba diving in a pool, is a bunch of jerks in a pool.