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Things to Consider When Buying a Memory Foam Mattress

by:Qihao      2020-08-09
The question of which mattress to buy is one that can trouble even the most experienced shopper. Your mattress is the foundation of a good nights sleep, and memory foam mattresses and toppers, also known as visco elastic foam, are an excellent replacement to a traditional sprung mattress. There are many options to choose from, but knowing which to buy is a significant challenge. To help you weigh up the options this article will give you key information on memory foam and dispel some myths that you may have heard. So what does memory foam do? Basically it responds to your body shape, moulding to fit your shape to give you even support. As your body heat warms up memory foam it softens and deforms to the shape of your body. This enables mattresses to remain firm without being hard. Bed bugs, mites and dust is a big problem with traditional sprung mattresses. We've all seen the TV programmes where scientists use microscopes to show us what is lurking in our beds, scary stuff! The great thing about memory foam is that its closed cell structure prevents dust and bugs to penetrate into the mattress, hence it remains clean and fresh forever. Another fantastic benefit is that it improves your circulation and relieves stress on your joints and muscles. Two top tips on which mattress to buy relate to the density of the mattress, and what guarantee the company selling it will give you. Density is measured in weight per cubic metre, and a great medium-firm density is 75Kg/m3. If the mattress is a lower density then less foam is used in its construction, if it is higher it is likely to be too firm for your comfort. A reasonable guarantee for a mattress is 10 years, with anything over this being a bonus. Two complaints that I've often heard about memory foam is that is has a chemical smell, and that it is very hot to sleep on. Actually these complaints relate to earlier versions that were not as refined as today's products. The heat issue specifically relates to a type known as egg-box design, this is no longer used by most reputable companies. The chemical smell exists because memory foam is a manufactured product, but in quality versions this should disappear after one or two days. If it persists you should return the mattress and have it replaced as it is defective. So how much does it cost? A tough question to answer precisely because there are so many manufacturers and different types of product. For a benchmark though current prices for double bed-sized memory foam mattresses, ranging from 200 to 400. A cheaper option is to buy a mattress topper to place on top of your existing mattress. These range from 75 to 150, again for a double bed size.
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