Emem Tomislava. futon. May 27th , 2017.
Ok, yes mattress salesmen can be a bit boring when they go into "foam' specs I'll give you that- it's not the most exciting conversation. Especially since you can't really see on the inside what you're buying. But when you stop and think about it aside from the ticking and the thin fiber underneath the ticking the foam is the most important part of the mattress- the foam not only creates the fell, but it is the closest part of the mattress to your body for the next 10-15 years! You might want to get quality foam. No it's not cheap. Yes it costs more- not only because (believe it or not) millions scientists invest millions of dollars and years of research to design the right foam that feels good and lasts a long time
Sufferers of spinal stenosis experience pain, cramping or numbness in the back, legs, arms, and shoulders and function better in a flexed or loose position. Therefore, a slightly softer mattress works better for them. The most common back pain complaint is lower back pain. Usually people experience an aching dull pain in the center of the lower back. A clinical study out of Spain showed that a medium firm mattress is generally better at relieving chronic back pain than a firmer model. However, there isnt one single style of mattress that works best for everyone with lower back pain.
Below the surface layer there's the Comfort Layer. This contains various types of material to help to make the mattress feel comfy. Materials include wool, foam, latex and memory foam.
If you do buy a Stearns and Foster mattress the salesperson will urge you to buy the 'complete mattress set', which means buying the boxspring as well. Personally, I think a mattress that costs as much as an S and F should give perfectly adequate support without needing the help of a boxspring. However, the decision is yours but I can't help feeling boxsprings are superfluous and are sold for one reason only; to make more money for the manufacturer and retailer.
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