Choosing an orthopedic mattress
Upholstered furniture retains its attractive appearance in the first few years. Then the mattress begins to sink in the most used places and there is an acute problem of its replacement. If you have thought through such a development in advance, then it will be enough for you to simply replace the worn out mattress with its counterpart. Or you can choose a more durable orthopedic mattress that will last you longer and give you a lot of comfort during sleep.
Spring-loaded or spring-loaded
When choosing an orthopedic mattress, you need to decide whether there will be springs in the new product. If in the past you were the owner of the Bonnel spring mattress with dependent blocks, then you may have a persistent negation of the spring mattresses due to their creaking. After reading reviews of orthopedic mattresses with independent springs wrapped in an individual case, you will find out that they will not make any sharp sounds that are annoying to you.
The stiffness of this mattress is controlled.When choosing a double product, you can combine the stiffness of the springs on different halves. Or compensate for it with an extra layer of latex.
Springless mattresses in their composition have both natural fillers and as close to them artificial materials:
- Coconut Coir
- Sheep wool
- Natural latex
- Artificial latex
- Memory Foam (frozen artificial foam)
The dense structure of the filler helps to create an optimal position for the sleeping body. Some of the materials have a “memory”, thanks to which the mattress retains the anatomical bends of the embarked body for another 5-10 seconds.
There are several other factors that suggest how to choose an orthopedic mattress:
- Springless mattresses are not suitable for people with a lot of weight: the filler will soon be simply compressed and the orthopedic properties of the mattress will be reduced to none
- Springless mattresses filled with wool will not suit people with allergies.
Toppers and Futons
It happens that it is not possible to replace the mattress, but I do not want to part with my beloved sofa.Then toppers and futons will come to your aid - thin springless analogs of an orthopedic mattress that can be placed on top of a bed. They will not be a full replacement for an orthopedic mattress, but they can give stiffness or softness to a sagging sofa.
Futons are thicker than toppers and can hold several types of fillers. Coconut coir is the leader among fillers. The budget option is lightweight and porous polyurethane foam.
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