Giolla Fhaolain. Mattress. May 26th , 2017.
If you have started waking up with pain and aches in your back this is a sure sign that your mattress had lost the ability to provide optimum comfort and support. Sleeping is essential for every one of us because it will influence our ability to function on a regular basis. There are clear signs which can alarm you if your mattress lost the ability to support you during the entire night.
Finally, this brings us to the boxspring. Stearns and Foster say they still firmly believe that one should buy a 'complete sleep set', meaning they want you to buy not only the mattress but also the boxspring to accompany it. They claim it will give even better support and add more durability to the mattress.
Companies make such a big deal about the edges of mattresses. Restonic uses 'Super Edge Plus Technology' to ensure a firm edge; Sealy uses 'Unicased Edge Design'; and Serta uses 'Advanced Encasement Design'. What each of these manufacturers is trying to tell you is that they all use a piece of high density foam wrapped round the edge of the mattress to encase the springs - that's it and nothing more.
Most people think of memory foam giving them more comfort, so why would you want a harder, or firmer bed? Well, for a start if you're still reading this, you probably think that a firm bed is a good bed (and I agree with you there). If your bed is simply a little too soft, then this is an ideal way of making it firmer. In fact that's what a lot of people use the extra firm designation for. If you can't or don't want to replace your entire bed, then a firm (or soft) piece of memory foam can be a great way to improve the comfort of your bed, and the quality of your sleep.
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