Matress. Friday , December 22nd , 2017 - 02:07:56 AM
This kind of mattress offers all over body support which can really help people that are suffering with neck pain, back pain, painful joints or any other aches or pains. The foam of the mattress moulds around the body whilst you sleep so each and every joint and part of the body is supported throughout the night. Memory foam is particularly suited for people who are suffering with back issues as the memory foam fully supports both the upper and lower back. The human backbone is actually curved so the mattress will mould to adapt to the shape of the spine and so can really help relieve any pains you are having and will help you sleep in the most relaxed and comfortable position possible all night. This is great for anyone who has a bad back from a sporting injury, has an existing back ache or it can even help to prevent back problems in elderly people.
There are lots of manufacturers of orthopedic mattresses, be it a memory-foam, latex, or sprung mattress. What I loved about the foam models was that they could be used on my existing bed base, or flat on the ground, with no loss of comfort or effectiveness.
Most of the memory foam mattress reviews that I read were regarding mattresses that were constructed of a three layer principle, with a dense foam on the bottom, an intermediate poly-layer, and the final layer consisting of approximately 3 inches of five pound density visco-elastic foam. These 5 pound density is important and is really the minimum standard you should look for when buying a mattress, as it provides good support and is very comfortable.
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