Mattress. Thursday , August 31st , 2017 - 22:00:24 PM
Manufacturers usually offer mattresses in firm, medium or soft. This is often a personal choice, although a bed that is too soft may lead to back and posture problems, and if the bed is too hard it can cause pain in your hips and shoulders. A mattress may also be described as 'orthopedic' but this does not mean it is designed especially for the back. This only means that it is the firmest mattress in the range so do not be deceived by this when you are choosing a bed.
Most people think of memory foam giving them more comfort, so why would you want a harder, or firmer bed? Well, for a start if you're still reading this, you probably think that a firm bed is a good bed (and I agree with you there). If your bed is simply a little too soft, then this is an ideal way of making it firmer. In fact that's what a lot of people use the extra firm designation for. If you can't or don't want to replace your entire bed, then a firm (or soft) piece of memory foam can be a great way to improve the comfort of your bed, and the quality of your sleep.
Are there any major criticisms of the Serta Perfect Sleeper? Well, like all spring mattresses it needs to be turned often. If they aren't flipped then sagging will occur. Flipping can be quite difficult as the mattress is very heavy, so not a good option for someone frail or with back problems. Also, all Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses come with a 10 year warranty. However there have been claims that Serta doesn't always honor it, claiming that lumps and sagging is caused by misuse.
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