Is a Kaymed Memory Foam Mattress the Right Sleep Choice for You?
If you’re choosing a new mattress to replace your tatty, worn bedding, Kaymed Beds offers a wide variety of mattresses in several ranges that are designed to suit just about any need. With so many choices, how do you decide which mattress is right for you? These pointers should help you sort out your needs and match them to the best mattress for your sleep style.
Traditional wisdom is that inner spring mattresses offer firm support while memory foam mattresses offer superior
comfort. That’s only part of the story, though, as there are many different styles of mattress in both ranges, as well as mattresses that combine inner spring technology with memory foam comfort.
If pressure on your hips, knees, shoulders or other joints wakes you during the night, a memory foam mattress is an ideal solution for sleeping. The visco elastic foam is designed to mold to the shape of your body without pushing back against it. That reduces the pressure that can leave your joints stiff and sore in the morning.
If you’re a heavier set person, a mattress that combines a thick foam topper with an inner spring core may offer you the
best of both worlds. An inner core of pocketed springs can provide the extra support needed by a larger body, while the comfort memory foam reduces the amount of uncomfortable pressure you’d feel on a typical spring core mattress.
A memory foam mattress is the ideal sleeping surface for most side sleepers. When you sleep on your side on a typical mattress, the firmness of the springs pushes your spine out of alignment. Disrupted sleep is only part of the results of
that mis-alignment. If you routinely sleep with your body twisted to accommodate your mattress, you may find yourself living with chronic discomfort and pain. A memory foam mattress, on the other hand, is designed to give and mold to the shape
of your body. When you sleep on your side on a memory foam mattress, your hip and shoulder sink naturally deeper into
the mattress, and the mattress pushes up to curve against your waist and knees, supporting your entire body properly.
Memory foam mattresses are also ideal for couples who share a bed. Unlike an inner spring mattress which shifts and changes with every movement, memory foam mattresses offer more stability. The tossing and turning of one sleeper doesn’t disturb the other sleeper on a memory foam mattress because the mattress absorbs the movement. Each
sleeper ends up sleeping on a mattress that supports him or her properly, regardless of the other person’s positioning.
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