Mattress. Wednesday , August 30th , 2017 - 02:00:56 AM
How thick should you go with a firm memory foam mattress topper? They come in a range of thicknesses however the common ones are two or three inch designs. A firm one should be three inches or thicker as this provides more support to you when you sleep in the memory foam and will prevent the parts that are heavier bumping into the bottom of the bed through the memory foam.
The ComfortCare comes with what the company claims is its very own devised 'Marvellous Middle System' that provides an additional 25% support in the middle of the mattress where it's needed the most. This is nothing new; all good innerspring mattresses come with more springs in the middle. The Sealy Posturepedic mattress is just as guilty in confusing the consumer. Sealy tells us that the Posturepedic comes with orthopedically correct support and 'senses body motion and responds with increased support' - the description almost makes one believe the mattress has an onboard computer.
The foam supports the parts of the body that need it most and do have quite a noticeable effect when you first lie in it. The disadvantages of memory foam is that sometimes it can get quite hot. It's naturally a very dense material which means that sometime air circulation can be difficult. However most manufacturers create toppers with an 'open cell' technology which leads to better breathability and less heat. Heat isn't as big of an issue as some people make it out to be, however if it does affect you then there are more toppers you can add, like some made of fiber fill which add an extra layer of breathability to the memory topper. There are even memory foam toppers that come with a fibre fill topping for that extra breathability.
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