Kadri Janan. futon. July 18th , 2017.
A material originally developed by NASA was known as temper foam. The material was a shock absorber used in airplane seats. The idea was to provide comfort and shock protection. It is also known as the memory foam and due to its shock absorbance properties; the material is used in various other products. For instance, it is used to insulate football helmets, soles of your shoes and most importantly as a padding material in hospital beds. This visco-elastic material supports body weight in high pressure zones and as a result prevents pressure points. This foam has the tendency to return slowly back to its original shape when the applied weight is removed. The foam also has plastics that further attribute to the conforming properties of this foam. Not only does this foam prevents bed soles but also acts as a remedy to heal the already existing ones.
The Memory Foam or Tempur-Pedic Mattress: A memory foam mattress tends to mold to the shape of your body when you sleep on it. It offers adequate support to all parts of your body. It applies even pressure to the different points of your body while you sink in it. However, such mattresses tend to get warmer during the course of the night. Therefore, this may not be the right choice for you if you are a person who needs a cool sleeping surface underneath.
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One of the most significant negative energies we experience with Electromagnetic Fields. They are created by electric power charges and can be amplified by metal. As most mattresses contain inner springs you can be experiencing these negative energies in the eight or so hours you are supposed to be resting and recuperating. No wonder in Feng Shui terms, inner springs are known as "poison arrows".
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