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What Makes a Good Bed Mattress

With hundreds of models to choose from, it is quite overwhelming choosing the right bed mattress for you. Of course you want to sleep on a bed mattress with high quality and durable materials because you’re going to spend your nights sleeping on it for likely ten years. Yes, expect that a good mattress will last up to ten years but eventually it experiences wear and tear due to long-time support of your body weight every night.

One indicator that you need a bed mattress replacement is an obvious sagging as evidenced by breaking down of spring, softening of the memory foam, and compression of fibers and other materials. You should not ignore minor sags (1 to 2 inches) and do not wait for a crater to form in the middle of your bed because they can cause lack of body support for the most vulnerable parts of the body. A memory foam works by following your body contour for a relaxing sleep with the impression going back to its original position once you get up, but if it is deeper than two inches it loses the ability to bounce back, thus an ideal time to replace it. Mattress replacement is also needed if your memory foam becomes too soft or too hard because of temperature sensitivity because firmness change can wreak havoc to your good nights’ comfort and sleep. You may see lumps on your mattress when the padding within keeps on shifting around, so this means that the density is uneven, meaning you are not supported as you are supposed to be. When you feel pain after waking up, the culprit must be your mattress because of gradual softening and degradation of its materials, losing its ability to provide crucial body support in vulnerable parts of the body like your hips, low back and neck.

When choosing a bed mattress, you should start considering the support it provides, which has something to do with the core of the mattress that may include foam, innerspring, latex and air-filled. If you want a bed that gives a bouncy feel, innerspring mattresses are ideal for you with metal coils ranging from 12 (firmest and thickest) to 18 (most compressible and thinnest) gauge. If you want a base with extra firmness then a memory foam mattress is recommended for you that have polyurethane core with lesser spring, so you can sit on it without budging or sinking of the topmost layer. If you want your mattress to have a little buoyancy, then latex mattresses are right for you and some models have antimicrobial properties and dust mite and mold resistance. Customize your mattress with a rubber chamber mattress or air-filled vinyl, letting you control how much air that goes inside.

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