Jyotsna Nitika. futon. April 18th , 2017.
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.
If the thought of testing out a bed sounds a little too hit and miss you could try the Kingsdown patented computer system - called DormoDiagnostics - that they claim takes the guess work out of choosing a mattress. It scientifically determines your unique body profile, and specifies the Kingsdown mattress that is best suited to your needs.
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.
What helps with back support in a mattress -Strong inner spring this can either mean a higher coil count or a lower coil count with thicker coils. -In addition the premium and luxury mattresses have specific technologies for specific problems- like some of the memory foam mattresses that fill in and support the hard to reach lower lumbar area.
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