Korinna Kriemhild. Mattress. February 06th , 2017.
Memory foam by definition is quite a dense material. It needs to be - otherwise it would simply be a normal bit of foam. It's almost impossible to make a lightweight bit of memory foam. However the stuff does come in different densities. They usually range in density ratings from about 2 pounds to 5 pounds or more. The higher the number, the denser the design of the mattress topper. The denser the design the longer it will take for a mould of your body to be created. This leads to the 'firmer' sensation of a firm memory foam mattress topper. A lower density will lead to you sinking into the topper faster.
Another benefiting factor to buying a memory foam mattress is that stress will be reduced. More sleep will mean more energy, which in turn will mean more exercise, which will therefore reduce stress levels. Combine this with cutting out stimulants such as caffeine, and you have a recipe for success.
Memory foam beds come in a vast variety of shapes and sizes. The early beds were little more than piles of straw or other organic materials. A vital change was lifting them off the ground, to avoid dirt, pests and drafts. To make memory foam beds much more comfortable, the top layer is usually a mattress. The bed frame is the third layer, as it lifts the mattress/ mattress-box spring right off the ground.
When you go to a mattress store don't be shy about testing out the mattress. A good idea is to go wearing clothes that you feel extremely comfortable in. Then, lie down on the mattress to see how it feels. Spend at least ten minutes lying on top of it. A good tip to check if the bed you are lying on is too soft, too hard, or just right is to lie on your back, placing your hand in the small of your back and then trying to move it about. If it moves too easily, the bed may be too hard for you; if it's a struggle to move your hand, then the bed is too soft. If you can move your hand with just a little resistance, the bed may be just right for you.
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