Memory foam has had quite a history since its development in the last 1960’s. There have been a few changes over the years, but few as transformative as the most recent advance in memory foam technology. In order to see how far memory foam has come though, it’s always interesting to take a step back and see where it all began.
If you haven’t experienced it for yourself, you’ve probably heard stories about memory foam mattresses that delivered this sinking feeling, like you were sleeping on quicksand rather than a mattress. It permeates dreams and leaves people restless throughout the night. It remains one of the most consistent complaints about memory foam to date. One memory foam mattress changes all of that.
“PlushBeds’ patent pending memory foam is made with the latest technology for
cooling comfort and superior support. Laboratory testing has demonstrated
vastly improved properties compared to common foams with low air-flow.”
– Bruce Peterson Inventor of modern open-cell memory foam
Of course, you’re probably wondering what exactly that means for you. You hear tall tales from mattress makers all the time. Why is this bed any different?
There’s one word that doesn’t come typically or immediately to mind when discussing sofa beds: comfort. In fact, mattresses on traditional sofa beds are notoriously uncomfortable. However, times are changing and consumers face options they haven’t always had in the past for sofa sleeper mattresses and replacement sofa mattresses. If you’re interested in providing guests with a more comfortable night’s sleep, then you might want to consider a sofa mattress replacement for your sleeper sofa soon.
These are a few things you’ll want to consider when making your purchase.
Up to 10 million adults in the United States suffer from sleep disturbances as a result of arthritis. Especially when arthritic patients are anxious, depressed, or whose pain isn’t controlled well, arthritis can make the a person’s sleep quality substantially worse. This is according to a study of more than 23,000 adults published in Arthritis Care & Research.
All you need to do is place a mattress topper on top of your existing mattress to feel like you have a new bed to sleep in. According to SleepBetter.org, “A good mattress topper can add support to a mattress that is a bit too soft. It can also add luxurious softness to a mattress that is too firm, while not taking away from the support of the mattress.” But, how can you identify the right mattress topper to suit your sleep needs best?
When you’re in the market for a mattress, you understand that this is an investment. You don’t want to waste money on mattresses that are not going to last for quite a while or make a purchase from a mattress seller that doesn’t offer a “Sleep Tight Guarantee”. More importantly, you don’t want to make that investment only to suffer from a severe case of buyer’s remorse after trying to get your first night’s sleep on your new mattress. In other words, you want the best foam mattress your money can buy.
Foam mattresses are one of the fastest growing alternative to a traditional innerspring mattress. They not only provide superior support and cut-above comfort, but provide an exceptional ability to contour to your body.
In the past few years there has been a huge increase in the number of consumers buying memory foam mattresses (almost 20% of the mattress market). This makes good sense: they’re comfortable (especially in the first year), lightweight, and readily available online. However, what many people don’t realize is that memory foam mattresses can really affect the quality of their intimate lives. There are a lot of things people do in bed, and sleeping is just one of them. For those other things, having a surface with traction is critical. Otherwise, maneuvering can be akin to walking in mud… difficult and tiring. Expending this kind of effort when you’re trying to be intimate can really kill the mood. Your bed should make your bedroom life easier, more pleasant, and more fun. It shouldn’t be making things more complicated.