Difficulty sleeping can be the result of many factors such as back problems, skin complaints such as burns and tossing and turning caused by poor circulation. However, the technology of memory foam mattresses helps relieve all of these problems, thereby resulting in a relaxed and undisturbed sleep.
Although only 5% of the British population uses memory foam mattresses, many patients who were recommended to use such a mattress by their doctors, physical therapists or chiropractors report that they had a more relaxed, deeper sleep than before. This is because memory foam mattresses mould to the user’s contours, allowing them sleep in their most comfortable position whilst simultaneously every part of the body evenly, allowing the spine to remain in a natural position. This in turn reduces pressure exerted on the spine, resulting in less tossing and turning during the night.
There are other advantages to using a memory mattress apart from the fact that they provide a better night’s sleep than any rival mattress brand. Whereas most mattresses are excellent breeding grounds for dust mites, memory foam is naturally anti microbial and resistant to dust mites, making them more hygienic. Also, because memory foam mattresses and toppers are hypoallergenic, allergy sufferers can use them. Memory foam mattresses are also very low maintenance compared to other leading makes. This is because mattresses made of memory foam do not sag like conventional mattresses, so as a result they never have to be flipped or turned.
These wonderful mattresses also are available in a wide range of thicknesses to match the user’s weight, providing a soft feel mattress for anyone of a light to medium build, medium feel for someone of medium to heavy build and medium-to-firm feel. However, the new and evolution type range allows someone of a light build to enjoy a medium-to-firm feel mattress or someone of a heavier build to experience a mattress with a softer feel, showing that there is indeed a memory foam mattress for everyone.