Tag Archives: Sleep Positions

The Body Contouring Characteristic of a Latex Mattress

spinal contour

Latex Mattress Body Contouring

Latex mattresses have many popular features and benefits. One of the most commonly cited is the body contouring properties natural latex provides.

Of course, some people, those who have never experienced the body contouring properties offered by memory foam or natural latex, don’t understand what the big deal really is when it comes to body contouring. It’s hard to get excited about something, after all, that you’ve never experienced or don’t really understand. So, here’s the lowdown to show you just how wonderful latex mattress body contouring is.

Mattresses and Sleep Positions

stomach sleeper

Did you know that your sleeping position greatly impacts the type of mattress that will provide the best support? Many people understand the direct link between their sleep positions and the quality of sleep they get. But few understand the impact various mattresses can have on that relationship as well.

These are just a few of the reasons it’s important to keep your sleeping position in mind while shopping for a mattress.

Sleeping After Back Surgery

back surgery

Having difficulty sleeping after back surgery or spinal surgery, like lumbar spine surgery, discectomy, disc replacement, laminectomy, or spinal fusion is completely normal. Your body has been through trauma as a result of surgery. Additionally, you may be dealing with pain, a sore incision, and simply not being able to get comfortable in order to sleep. However, getting enough sleep, particular uninterrupted continuous sleep, can help your body heal faster, getting you back to your normal routine faster. That said, here are a few tips, as given by medical experts, to help with your sleeping after back surgery.