Mattresses For Every Taste And Need

Posted by Nick Niesen on November 1st, 2010

Matresses are very important aspect of a healthy lifestyle. Today there are many kinds of mattresses available in the market, each designed specifically for your need and requirement. Good quality mattresses usually last for a long time, provided that you follow certain guidelines.

Choosing the Right Mattresses

The kind of mattress you need depends on your body and sleeping habits. You would need a firm mattress if you sleep on your stomach. Those who sleep on their sides will need a soft mattress because it causes less stress on their pressure points. Ask the salesman about the basic differences between each mattress. Before you purchase any mattress try it for atleast ten minutes by lying down in different postures.

Types of Mattresses

There are several types of mattresses available in the market, of which the spring matresses are the most popular. They have upholstery layers that separate the body from the steel coils to give you greater comfort. Pillow top mattresses come in a wide variety of firmness levels. Foam mattresses are made up of either layers of foam that are laminated together, or have a solid core of foam to give you more comfort and support. Air mattresses form a very small fragment of the mattress business. They are basically used for temporary purposes, like camping. Water mattresses are the rarely used because they are hard to adjust and most of the homes are not designed to take the weight in one place. Futon mattresses are great space savers, as you can use them as a couch or a mattress to sleep on. The adjustable mattresses work wonders for people having back problems. These are electrical mattresses that change position with a hand control.

Maintenace of Your Mattresses

To ensure long life of your mattress you need to follow certain guidelines. Do not put stress on a particular area of your mattress; therefore, avoid standing or jumping. Rotate your mattress atleast every three month. Use a mattress pad because it adds another layer of protection for your mattresses and block the dust particles that may cause harm to your mattresses. Be careful not to remove the mattress tag as it establishes your warranty rights. To ensure a longer life of your mattress try to spend as little time as posible on bed. While cleaning it, follow the instructions of the manufacturer rather than applying your own techniques.

A good mattress will help you wake up rested. But maintaining your health is your concern and for that you would need to exercise regularly and lead a healthy lifestyle.

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