Memory Foam vs. Spring Mattress
Ever thought about the science of sleep? Millbrook Beds certainly has, which is why Millbrook offers both spring and memory foam mattresses made of the best quality materials. However, you may be pondering the differences between the two types of beds and which you should choose for your home.
Overall, it has been found that memory foam mattresses provide a better quality sleep than traditional spring mattresses. One of the main reasons this is so is that memory foam provides total body support. The memory foam actually conforms to your body?s natural sleeping position as opposed to your body conforming to the springs. This relieves any pressure points and allows you to get a good night?s sleep.
Traditional spring mattresses do not conform to your body and make movements within the bed obvious to the occupants. With memory foam mattresses, this simply does not happen. Because the weight is distributed evenly, your partner?s movements will not affect your rest. For light sleepers, this alone can seal the deal when choosing a mattress.
Memory foam mattresses also have the ability to respond to temperature whereas spring mattresses do not. The memory foam will soften with higher temperatures and firm up with lower temperatures. This helps you feel more comfortable when in bed.
Millbrook Beds offers a wide variety of bedding, beds, and mattresses for you to choose from. If you are still on the fence as to whether you should get a memory foam or spring mattress, be sure to stop in any retailer and test the beds out. Shopping by comparison is the only way to shop for a new mattress.