futon. Friday , September 22nd , 2017 - 07:00:43 AM
Cross-motion is the amount of movement a person feels on one side of the bed when somebody moves on the other side of the bed. Mattress commercials often use images of couples to illustrate the effects of cross-motion in a mattress, and this might cause single people to ignore cross-motion when purchasing a new mattress. However, cross-motion is not only a concern for coupled people. Consider that a beloved pet cat or dog can also create cross-motion with their movements. Too much cross-motion interrupts vital sleep. Even in small amounts, the effects can add up to sleep deprivation.
The next most valuable futon accessory for kids is a wedge. Wedges are designed to make the futon sit more like a sofa when you are not using it for sleeping. Alternately, you can get gripper strips or pads that keep the mattress from sliding. Any of these items are a must- have for kids' futons. They help to keep the futon looking neat and sitting straight while kids are wiggling, shoving and bouncing, which they tend to do a lot.
Memory foams are typically rated at 5 pounds or higher, making them denser than latex which is most often rated at four pounds or less. If you would like a bit of bounce in your bedding while still offering a firm supporting surface, the most effective selection is a latex mattress.
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