10 Point Comparison Reveals PROS and CONS of Budget-Friendly and Luxury Gel Memory Foam Mattresses
Chicago, IL. / ACCESSWIRE / July 3, 2015 / "Compared to first generation temper foam developed in the 1960s, modern-day memory foam is available in a variety of firmness levels, springs back faster, heats up less, and lasts longer. However, even some of today’s so-called best memory foam mattresses from renowned manufacturers are far from flawless" cautions Belinda Palmer, a spokeswoman for Bedroom Solutions.
This Top 10 Memory Foam Mattress Review and Comparison was recently published to educate consumers on the Pros and Cons of popular mattresses, so that they can quickly recognize a low-quality mattress.
The above review compares mattresses based on features like (1) density/firmness, (2) thickness of gel memory foam layers, (3) heat retention, (4) CertiPUR-US safety certifications, (5) motion transfer between partners, (6) suitability to different sleeping positions, (7) hypoallergenic properties, (8) price, (9) user reviews, and (10) warranty period.
Visit http://Bedroom.Solutions/Memory-Foam-Mattresses/ to learn about above features of the best budget-friendly memory foam mattresses in today’s marketplace.
Popular mattress brands like Simmons Beautyrest, Serta iComfort, and Tempur-Pedic occupy the list of best luxury memory foam mattresses while less well-known brands like Perfect Cloud Ultra Plush, Ultimate Dreams, Sleep Innovations, Signature Sleep, Classic Brands, Amerisleep, Dynasty Mattress, and Lucid make up the list of best budget-friendly mattresses.
"The decision-making process that goes into selecting a mattress can be exhausting" exclaims Palmer. "The first hurdle is choosing between memory foam, latex, inner spring, water, and air mattresses" she adds.
The Memory Foam vs Latex vs Inner Spring vs Adjustable Air Mattress Comparison was recently published by Bedroom Solutions to help people get through this initial hurdle.
The above comparison looks at various aspects of the 4 mattress types such as: (1) support on pressure points and alignment of the spine, (2) motion transfer between partners, (3) mattress sagging, (4) the need to rotate/flip mattresses, (5) how hot or cool it sleeps, (6) suitability to use on adjustable beds, (7) off gassing odor, (8) weight, (9) lifespan, and (10) cost. The comparison clearly shows that memory foam and latex are superior to others in most aspects.
"Once the consumer makes the above decision, he or she still needs to decide whether to buy a (1) soft, medium, or firm mattress, (2) thin (6" – 8") or thick (10", 12" or 14") mattress, (3) full, queen, or king size, and (4) whether to buy online or at the local mattress retailer" elaborates Palmer.
Once the consumer is convinced that he/she needs a memory foam mattress, several additional factors need to be considered to ensure that an uncomfortable mattress is not purchased. "While memory foam is superior to other types in many aspects, especially, older-generation memory foam can have a few drawbacks” explains Palmer. “As a result, some of the cheap memory foam mattresses (1) emit strong chemical odors, (2) heat up too much, (3) are too soft or too firm, (4) fail to expand back to correct thickness after being shrink wrapped, (5) sag prematurely, and have (6) excessively soft edges" she adds.
Over the last four decades memory foam has been around, manufacturers have recognized these flaws and come up with effective solutions. One such solution worth mentioning is how the ‘sleeping hot’ problem has been handled. Foam mattresses are inherently good at absorbing body heat, but poor at releasing it out. This has been successfully addressed in newer generation memory foam thanks to ‘open-cell’ technology, invention of gel memory foam mattresses, strategic placement of grooves that bring out hot air, use of air-infused memory foam, and even using bamboo-made mattress covers that allow mattresses to efficiently ‘breathe’, in turn allowing mattresses to stay cool. The above memory foam mattress review takes into consideration all these factors and has already eliminated low-quality mattresses saving consumers days, if not weeks of online research-time.
In addition to reviewing the best memory foam mattress brands, Bedroom Solutions provides a mattress buying guide which emphasizes the role of one’s sleeping style when selecting a soft vs firm mattress. "Adhering to these sleep-expert guidelines will help minimize stress on pressure points like shoulders, hips, and buttocks, while optimally aligning the spine for an uninterrupted, pain-free night of sleep" advices Palmer.
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Name: Belinda Palmer
Source: Bedroom Solutions