The Benefits of Memory Foam Mattresses vs. Innerspring Mattresses
Every day, more and more memory foam mattresses are replacing older forms of mattresses in households all over the world. Traditional mattresses are now being exchanged for more comfort, pain relief and improved quality of sleep not just those in need of the benefits of memory foam now, but visco elastic memory foam’s ability to help prevent damage to muscles and joints in the future for many households. In more detail, memory foam mattresses provide relief from pressure thereby reducing the pressure points along the contours of your body.
The visco memory foam material is temperature sensitive material and softens when heat is detected and becomes firmer when cooled. The softening of the visco material in the visco elastic memory foam mattress allows for proper contouring and cradling of the body which provides improved blood circulation while sleeping on the memory foam mattress.
Memory foam mattresses have layers which provide support and proper amounts of visco elastic firmness in order to keep your body cradled in the memory foam, yet avoid sagging. Visco elastic mattresses also allow for movement on one side of the memory foam mattress while there is no vibration felt by another person sleeping soundly on the other side of the visco foam mattress.
The high quality, high density visco elastic memory foam mattresses can provide the perfect amount of support for your spine and body which helps promote a healthy body for years to come.
Spring mattresses can provide benefits in the form of firmness, which can provide back support as well for many individuals requiring a much firmer surface to sleep on.
Also, innerspring mattresses do not necessarily require any foundations in order to function properly. An innerspring mattress has been around for a while so there are many different options for spring mattresses available.
The Basics of Memory Foam Mattresses
Not all memory foam mattresses are the same. There several different ways manufacturers produce memory foam mattresses. In general, most memory foam sleep systems consist of a viscoelastic or memory foam layer of body weight and body temperature sensitive pressure relieving visco elastic memory foam material for comfort. This visco memory foam material consists of thousands of tiny memory foam cells which adjust and expand in response to pressure being added and relieved by body weight. This visco memory foam material is five times denser than standard foam.
Support Layer or Core:
Beneath the memoryfoam layer is an orthopedic support layer or core. The support core in most high quality memory foam mattress layers usually consists of either 100% natural latex, Talalay latex or blended latex in most high-quality memory foam mattresses, or polyurethane. The core layer in memory foam mattresses provides the much needed pressure point relief, which causes discomfort, as well as back support.
Benefits of Visco Elastic Memory Foam Mattresses: Better Sleep Position from the cradling visco elastic memory foam. Better for Spine Alignment through neutral position reinforced by the contouring memory foam.
No more sagging mattresses as compared to spring mattresses, as high quality visco memory foam mattresses consist of high density visco elastic foam.
Naturally resistant to dust mites and other microorganisms due to the materials the memory foam mattress is made of.
Many higher-quality memory foam mattresses made from all-natural materials such as latex. Modern sleep technology developed by NASA to help redistribute g-force pressure from liftoff.
Temperature-sensitive material which softens as it heats up against your body. Air-exchange systems which allow for prevention of an uncomfortably hot mattress. Designed for astronauts, Affordable for everyone.
Competitive manufacturer warranties which can be compared in the Compare Brands section.