Open cell technology in today’s mattresses present a wealth of benefits mattress owners would be remiss to dismiss. Getting a good night’s sleep is what buying mattresses is all about. In order to make sure you’re getting the mattress that provides you with the best night’s sleep possible, consider these benefits of open cell mattress technology inherent in latex mattresses before you buy.
Experts suggest that the best temperature for sleeping is a cooler temperature. Open cell mattresses draw warm air away from the body while allowing cool air to flow through. Heat makes quality sleep more difficult. If you’re too warm at night you’ll have trouble falling asleep and remaining asleep.
Not only does this optimized air flow pull heat and moisture away from your body while you sleep, but it also makes the mattress more breathable throughout the night. By pulling the warmth away from the body and allowing cool air in, the open cell technology of latex mattresses allows you to keep your cool and get a great night’s sleep.
Remaining comfortable throughout the night is important to the quality and quantity of sleep you get. If you’re tossing and turning all night looking for a comfortable position or waking frequently because your back isn’t getting an adequate amount of support or your pressure points are achy and sore, you’re getting neither an adequate amount of sleep nor ideal quality of sleep.
The open cell technology you find in natural latex mattresses naturally resists body impressions. In fact, the moment you spring out of bed, the impression you would have made as you slept dissipates – bouncing back into its natural shape as a result of the resilience of latex mattresses. This, despite the fact that the mattress cradled and supported your curves throughout the night whether you slept on your back, stomach, or side.
This same resiliency that resists long-lasting body impressions, thanks to the open cell technology, makes natural latex mattresses more durable than others on the market. Since it doesn’t sag and continues to bounce back year after year, for twenty years or more, it’s an excellent mattress investment compared to other choices on the market today.
Thwarts Dust Mite Nesting
Nesting dust mites are a big problem for allergy sufferers. The open cell technology of natural latex mattresses does help prevent the gathering or collection of many common allergens that lurk in traditional mattress. It also helps by discouraging dust mites from burrowing in and nesting in your mattresses, thus eliminating one of the biggest problems among mattresses for allergy sufferers today.
Whether you’re looking for a mattress to last the next nine years, or something that will take your children through high school and possibly beyond, the open cell technology of natural latex mattresses from PlushBeds makes them an excellent choice. Our mattresses will provide the same level of support you’ve come to expect from natural latex from day one until day 4,001 and beyond.
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