futon. Wednesday , June 14th , 2017 - 06:00:43 AM
Chiropractors are probably the best specialists to speak to regarding the choice of a mattress. While most people think that a bed is just a bed, there are some significant differences. Its not a one size fits all scenario. Every person will have different needs and a different requirement. With so many different types of beds and mattresses, how do you know which one is right?
Most people prefer a firmer mattress that provides more support. A good mattress should provide support while allowing for the natural curves of the spine. A mattress is too soft if it sags, or if a second person in the bed causes the other to dip toward the center. Studies have found that a medium-firm mattress provides the best back support and alleviates the most back pain. A mattress that is too hard, though, causes aches and pains at pressure points, such as the shoulders and hips. A mattress is too firm if there are gaps between any part of your body and the mattress. Any mattress that helps a person sleep well, so that he/she awakes feeling rested and refreshed, without pain or stiffness, is the best mattress for that individual.
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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