Wednesday, 5 June 2013

What’s the Big Deal about Memory Foam Mattresses?



These days, it’s hard to come across someone who hasn’t at least heard of memory foam mattresses. Either through commercials, online ads, in-store displays, or testimonials of happy users, most people have been exposed to these fabulous beds. But, what’s the big deal? A bed is a bed, right? Wrong! We’ve come a long way from the days when beds only varied by size. Today, there are many options, and a memory foam mattress is definitely one of the best!
To understand why it is worthwhile to buy memory foam mattresses, it is necessary to first understand the drawbacks of traditional mattresses. Traditional box spring mattresses are made of springs of various sizes. These springs are what make the bed bouncy, but they can also activate pressure points on the backs of sleepers. Everyone’s sleep condition needs are different. Some people need a firm bed, while others need something softer. Traditional mattresses do nothing to cater to the specific needs of their users. That is where problems come in. Many traditional bed owners toss and turn all night because of their one-size-fits-all beds that do not support them in the way the need.
Memory foam mattresses solve that problem. They have no springs. Instead, they are made of a special type of foam that takes on the shape of whatever it supports. Even after the person or item is removed, the foam holds (or “remembers”) the impression, hence the name “memory foam.” It eliminates the need to try out different beds to find the one that is just right. This one is just right because it conforms to the user. It is as hard or as soft as it needs to be.
If you are interested to buy a memory foam mattress, you owe it to yourself to try one out. You definitely will not regret it, and if you live in an area that does not have a good supply, consider buying online. You will be surprised by the deals you can find.

3 comments:

  1. You probably know this and it was most likely a typo but just to clarify ... memory foam is not the same thing as polyfoam ... even though it uses similar chemicals in its manufacturing. Memory foam is slow response and polyfoam is a fast response material.

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