Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 00:08:25 AM. Mattresses. By Pascaline Brassard.
Another sign of a mattress losing its comfort is when it takes longer to feel rested as you start to sleep later and later. Staying a couple of hours longer in bed can extend the result a poorly performing mattress that wouldn't otherwise be noticed with a shorter or normal sleep period.
Mattresses are made in a wide variety of materials from natural fibres to man made synthetic fibres. The main points to consider are comfort, wear and allergy resistance. Some materials will resist staining and wear more so than others and it is best to seek advice from the retailer before purchasing. Some mattresses are specifically designed to be hypo allergenic and usually carry a cost premium so shop around for the best deal. Currently the vogue is for memory foam and this type of mattress can provide superior comfort however, these mattresses can carry a high premium and vary in quality. Choosing from a mattress which is completely made of foam might be extremely comfortable but might lead to overheating especially during hot spells although some manufacturers are offering stay cool variants. Alternatively there is a wide range of sprung mattresses with memory foam topping layers, these offer the best of both worlds but are generally of the none turn variety. Dual season mattresses now offer a combination of memory foam and traditionally quilted varieties and are specifically designed to be turned, although usually only with the! matching base.
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