Allete. Matress. December 27th, 2017.
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.
The real beauty of this mattress is that it adjusts the firmness itself based on the environment and temperature of your body and bedroom. If the environment of your bedroom is cool then it becomes tougher and solid around your body giving you better sleep. When you sleep on a mattress having softer surface, it directly release pressure on from body making you feel uncomfortable. But this is not in the case of the memory foam mattresses as its firm surface allows you to sleep in any position, without releasing pressure on body.
When shopping for a memory foam mattress, be sure to note the thickness of the mattress so you'll know what size of sheets and other bedding will fit it. With king-sized mattresses that range to around 16" thick, you'll need to have special bedding that is made to accommodate these huge mattresses. Don't worry about your bed being too high just because the mattress is so thick, however. The sets include special low profile box springs that are equally effective but not nearly as thick as traditional box springs.
It is important to be aware of the range of mattresses that are available and also understand how this could impact on the quality of your sleep. The three broad categories of mattress available are as follows: inner spring, air filled and memory foam mattresses. The advantage that a memory foam mattress holds over an inner spring mattress is that reduced pressure is put on your body whilst sleeping, as it is designed to support your body weight evenly. Therefore you are less likely to wake up with stiff shoulders or aches and pains commonly found in knees, hips, ankles and elbows.
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