Getting a good night’s sleep relies upon on a lot of different factors — convenience, the level of stress, room temperature – but to get it right, you’ve got, to begin with, the fundamentals and your bed mattress is the first foundation to a relaxing sleep.
The following provides basic information on the different kinds of mattresses available today so that you are better prepared to choose a bed mattress that suits you.
Different Mattress Types:
An innerspring bed mattress uses a steel coil support system. Manufacturers provide several kinds of spring systems, such as models with rises linked into a single unit and independently covered pocketed coils.
Foam mattresses use one or more kinds of foam as the support system. The foam may be a polyurethane foam, memory (or viscoelastic) foam, or latex foam, and can contain gel or many other components. The foam used in such mattresses can come in a variety of forms and densities to provide customers a bed mattress that has different convenience, feel and heat dissipation features.
Latex mattresses use latex foam as the support system, in the furniture levels, or both. Latex may be created from plant or petroleum-based components.
Pocket Jumped Mattresses
Each precision-made coil is covered with its own personal fabric sleeve, having the spring at exactly the right stress and enabling it to move independently. This means each spring is positioned to modify and react to every activity you make.
Memory Foam (Visco) Mattress
Memory foam (or visco elastic foam) mattresses use a high solidity polyurethane foam as the support system, in the furniture part, or both. This foam has qualities that allow it to shape carefully to the shape of the individual.
Air mattresses allow you to modify the stiffness and usually allow each side of the bed to be managed independently to get to know the person and changing needs of partners. Air mattresses are designed to look like a normal bed.