Mattress. Sunday , April 30th , 2017 - 23:20:44 PM
Mattresses come in a wide range of solidity. From the ultra soft to the extremely hard, it is more a matter of preference than necessity. However, there are some basic truths that hold for the majority of us. Very soft cloud-like mattresses can wreak havoc on bad backs. This is because there is very little support in a soft mattress. While hard mattresses might be better for a bad back, very hard mattresses can cause just as much trouble. It all boils down to what works best for each individual.
I will begin by explaining the most basic mattress to very specific innovative techniques. Most mattress used to be simple open coil mattresses in which the springs are interconnected. The disadvantage of open coil sprung mattresses is that any movement in the night effects your whole body as well as your partner. Sprung mattresses often do not take into consideration different parts of the body and are not ergonomic, which can cause back pains. The reason for purchasing a sprung mattress is often its low price, but for just a few pounds more you can already have a far better mattress.
An example of a higher quality mattress is a Miracoil mattress manufactured by Silentnight UK. This is also a sprung mattress, but the springs are divided into several different sleeping zones rather than indiscriminately positioned. The firmness of the springs in certain areas are adapted to the human body and support either 3 or 7 areas of the human form depending on the Miracoil number. Another advantage of a spring system such as Miracoil is the firmness of the edges and the centre of the mattress that will give you more sleeping space by preventing you from either rolling together or rolling out of the bed. The firmness of a Miracoil mattress varies from medium to firm and I would recommend firm to people who experience any kind of back problems.
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