Made with memory foam mattress material, Healthopaedic beds are the ultimate in sleeping comfort. But what is memory foam, and why does is help you get more restful sleep?
Memory foam mattresses were actually first developed by NASA in the 1960s in order to find a way to help astronauts relieve the pressure on their bodies as they slept. Today, this same concept can help you get a better night?s sleep. In fact, studies show that on average, someone sleeping on a traditional spring mattress will toss and turn 85 to 95 times. However, on Healthopaedic bed with a memory foam mattress, that number drops by up to 80%, meaning that people only change positions around 15 times per night instead.
What causes this? Well, when you lay down on the memory foam mattress, the bed reacts to the heat and weight of your body. The mattress slowly becomes less firm, molding around your body like a glove to create the perfect place for you to sleep. In addition, the Healthopaedic bed is breathable and non-irritating, and it will draw moisture away from your body as you sleep. No more waking up in the middle of the night hot and sticky! In fact, even if you currently wake up multiple times every night, with a Healthopaedic bed, you may not wake up at night at all.
Because the foam mattress molds to your body, there?s less pressure on your spine and other joints, so you?ll see a reduction in back pain, headaches, neck and shoulder pain, keen pain, and joint problems. It can also help reduce the symptoms of circulatory problems, as well as aid in curing insomnia and other sleeping conditions. A Healthopaedic bed is your key to finally getting a restful night?s sleep.