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Both are revolutionary sleep technologies that relieve pressure points that can help provide you with improved sleep and with less pain. For a number of individuals, these mattresses can feel a bit too firm. Density or firmness is measured as Indentation Load Deflection (ILD). This is the amount of weight in pounds that can compress the bedding material one inch. Denser and firmer mattresses have a higher ILD rating and are heavier and firmer. Mattresses with a lower ILD rating are not as firm, have a softer feel, and are a touch springier.
Another major factor in choosing a mattress is the support that mattress provides. A supportive mattress will offer the right balance of support and concavity in order to allow the spine to align naturally. There are several components of the mattress that contribute to how supportive a mattress set is. First, mattress springs and coils are the most important features of a mattress that provide back support. The coil gauge of mattress denotes how stiff or firm a mattress is. The lower the gauge of the coil, the thicker and stiffer the wire, thus, the firmer the mattress. Furthermore, the higher the coil count of a mattress, the better the quality. However, a higher coil count does not necessarily mean a more comfortable or supportive mattress.
Mattresses are believed to have gotten their start in the New Stone Age Era when they consisted of nothing more than leaves and branches. Over time, they evolved to cloth bags filled with sand in ancient Egypt, then to cloth stuffed bags placed on hay in ancient Rome around 300 B.C. In the 17th century, the Roman mattress was still prevalent. In those times a mattress was a cheaply covered bag filled with straw and/or wool or some other type of soft filling. By the mid 1700's the fabric cover of the mattress was made with better quality cotton or linen. It was at that time that mattresses began to take the shape of the mattresses that we use today.
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