We all spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping, so what’s more important than getting a mattress with a supportive base which will contribute to a good night’s sleep?
Let our tips say goodbye to those
sleepless nights and chronic pains!
Firstly, let us understand what types of mattress are there:
Bonnell spring mattress AKA open coil mattress:
Machine stitched with numerous long pieces of metal wire coiled into springs with additional wires to maintain shape and structure. Great value for money, light, and easy to move. The downside is that they are less supportive than other mattresses. Best suited for guest rooms or short-termed solution.
Individual Pocket spring mattress:
Individual, small springs are housed in their own pocket of fabric which moves independently, providing more support. Different degrees on firmness are available. Best suited for couples, pocketed spring mattress tends to have lesser motion transfer
Memory foam mattress Or Viscoelastic Foam:
These are modern mattresses made from a mouldable material which has and has hypo-allergenic properties. It also responds to body heat and weight, by moulding to the shape of your body and relieves pressure on your joints. Best suited for those who need back support, as it will maintain posture and align your spine when you turn to your side.
These are modern mattresses filled breathable material in the name of latex foam, to combat the warming issue while sleeping. Extremely durable and allergen free. Best suited for those who prefer an (easy to roll over)mattress, and those who are allergies prone.
Secondly, you need to ensure that your newly purchased mattress is well taken care of.
Airing of mattress:
Make sure to air your mattress for at least five hours in order to remove any storage smells of damp or cold. During usage, you can to air your mattress weekly with the bed linen removed.
A bed linen is not enough. Prolong your mattress’ life with a protector to protecting your mattress from any stains or dirt.
Position of mattress:
Turn your mattress regularly to prevent dips from forming which leads to uneven sleeping.
Replace your mattress:
Replace your mattresses every 5 to 7 years not only for hygiene reasons but because of the declining firmness, which reduces the support of your posture.
Alright, that is all! We hope our tips will be able to help you with your choice of a mattress!
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