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Is A Memory Foam Mattress Right For You?

Posted @ 12/16/2013 10:00 AM In Mattresses By


There are a lot of options out there when you're searching for a new mattress, and it can be confusing to try and sort out the different options and decide which mattress is best for you. Below, we've highlighted the differences between memory foam mattresses and the leading mattress contenders.

Spring Mattresses Vs. Memory Foam Mattresses



Spring mattresses have been the standard for decades. However, memory foam mattresses are quickly rising in popularity due to their unsurpassed comfort and great body support. Spring mattresses may feel nice to sit or lay on, but they do not offer the body contouring and spinal support that memory foam offers. Additionally, over time springs bend and lose their shape, whereas memory foam rebounds and retains it's original shape.

Memory Foam Vs. Air Mattress

Air mattresses have also risen in popularity due to the ability to change the firmness of your mattress with a control. However, air mattresses have many delicate parts that often break or require frequent repair. For this reason, air mattress warranties tend to provide less coverage. Air mattresses do not provide the same contouring support that memory foam does. This is because air displaces to the sides of the body, so the middle gets the least support.

Does Memory Foam Offer The Best Support For Achy Joints?

The amount of pressure you place on your body while you sleep can lead to pain in the waking hours if your mattress isn't properly supporting you. If you are a side-sleeper, the pressure is on your shoulder and hip. Sleeping on your stomach places pressure on your neck and lower back, and sleeping on your back puts pressure on your sacrum. A quality memory foam mattress contours to your body shape without rebounding with pressure against you, thereby offering the best means for reducing the pressure placed on your joints.

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