How to Choose a Memory Foam Mattress

- Jun 28, 2019-

Memory foam mattresses are famous for their extreme comfort.These mattresses can provide a comfortable night’s sleep to varieties of consumers looking for both firm and soft beds. Before you make your purchase, you’ll feel like understanding some of the different options and characteristics of memory foam mattresses.They are as follows:

1.Look for memory foam mattresses with cooling layers. 

Memory foam is a temperature-sensitive material that softens as it comes in contact with your body heat. This is what gives it the ability to contour to your body, but the foam can also get overly hot at night. Many memory foam mattresses now offer top layers made with different materials to increase ventilation and keep you cool.


2.Choose a bamboo cover for hypoallergenic protection. 

The density of latex and memory foam mattresses already inhibits the spread of allergy-causing dust mites. The bamboo cover will supplement this resistance, as bamboo is naturally dust and mildew resistant.


3.Pick natural latex foam to avoid the drawbacks of memory foam. 

Natural latex foam maintains the same general softness and support as memory foam, but does not have its temperature sensitivity. This will likely prevent you from experiencing the cloud-like feeling that comes from memory foam. However, natural latex will not cause you to “sleep hot,” and it won’t give off any chemical odors.


4.Choose gel memory foam for a cool surface and good support. 

Gel memory foam increases the air circulation in memory foam, providing a cooler surface. This option also offers increased and more balanced support for your back. This may help relieve chronic back pain.Be aware that the gel memory foam will be cool at first, but it will heat up to match your body temperature over the course of the night. Gel layers may only help you fall asleep.


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5.Avoid harmful chemicals by checking for CertiPUR-US certifications. 


CertiPUR-US is an American-based non-for-profit program that prevents foam from including harmful metals, chemicals, ozone depleters, or dangerous gas emissions. Most mattress companies will advertise that their products have received this certification.While companies from all over the world can be CertiPUR-US-certified, the certification adheres to American standards. These standards are comparable with the European-based Eco-label.


 

6.Choose a bamboo cover for hypoallergenic protection. 


The density of latex and memory foam mattresses already inhibits the spread of allergy-causing dust mites. The bamboo cover will supplement this resistance, as bamboo is naturally dust and mildew resistant.


 

7.Read online reviews to gauge quality and pricing. 


Before you decide on a product, check out previous buyers’ experiences to avoid falling into a consumer trap. Reviews will provide you with information about the relationship between the cost and the overall comfort and quality of the mattress.

 



Cathy

28th Jun. 2019

info@bstherm.com