Latex Foam and Memory Foam Mattress Ideas
Posted by Nick Niesen on November 1st, 2010
Have you ever considered a latex foam or memory foam mattress? There is a great percentage of our population, probably more than 50% of people, who are somewhat afraid of change when it comes down to certain life issues. People have been sleeping on spring mattresses now, for centuries, and there is nothing wrong with that. Don't get us wrong, spring mattresses have come a long long way, and most of them are extremely comfortable, but there are arguably far superior alternatives such as a foam, memory foam or latex foam mattress. If you suffer from back problems, sleep disorders, you toss and turn or you just want a fantastic night's sleep every night, a memory foam mattress or a latex foam mattress may be just what you need. Those are just two examples of mattresses made of foam available to you.
If you are unfamiliar with a latex foam or memory foam mattress, as most people are, here's a little basic information as to what they actually are, and what makes them different from a spring mattress. One thing that should be clear is that there are several types. One type is the memory foam mattress, which is a polyurethane foam that is both pressure and temperature sensitive, and has the ability to form to the contour of your body and slowly return to its initial form. Another type is the latex foam mattress, which is made with the sap of the Hevea Brasiliensis, which is a rubber tree. We won't get too far into this, but this type of mattress has many qualities very similar to the memory foam, and it also has many hypoallergenic qualities. These sleep systems are great for your body, spreading evenly underneath you causing absolutely no pressure points while you sleep deeply.
Before you go out and buy one of these memory foam or latex foam mattresses, make sure to try a few of them out, and try not to fall asleep in the store. Buying a new sleep system can be a big investment with many advantages, so you should be alert and pay attention. Don't be afraid to ask the salesperson questions, such as the different categories of polyurethane foam and the difference that could make for you. Foam density levels also make a difference, so it's mostly a matter of trying as many out as you can, and finding which one most appeals to you. One thing you should ba aware of is that once you own your latex foam or memory foam mattress, you will not want to sleep anywhere else but at home, so spoil yourself if you will, but please don't say we didn't warn you. Here's to a better night's sleep.
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