Why You Should Invest in a Quality and Good Mattress


Mattresses hide all types of mysteries within a sandwich of padding, sometimes with springs, and always with some sort of cover. So how do you know what to buy, what is a good mattress and how much to pay?

A good rule of thumb is that the more you pay for a mattress, the better the quality you will get. Leading from this, you are probably wondering why you should invest in a quality mattress in the first place.

First and foremost, a quality and good mattress will ensure that you get a good night’s sleep … every night. It will also help to keep you healthy and avoid allergies and back pain.


Different Types of Mattresses

Mattresses have changed over time.

Today, however, the most common types of mattresses are:

  • those made with foam of some type without springs, and
  • those that incorporate springs, with or without foam or another type of stuffing.

In addition, both foam and springs vary, and before you buy you should make it your business to ascertain what’s inside the mattress.


Spring Mattress

A spring mattress often has inner-spring coils. But there are various types that make a mattress more springy or bouncy than it would be if made only from foam or some other more “solid” material.

Original open springs featured rows of wires springs that were held together top and bottom with continuous springs. The intention was to spread the load more evenly across the mattress.

Then came “pocket springs” with all springs being sewn (under tension) into their own usually heavy cotton pockets. More expensive then other springs, these were better able to balance movement made by two people in bed. Click here to order Hawaii Independant Pocket Spring mattress



Latex Foam Mattresses

The best types of foam mattress today are made from Latex foam or Visco elastic foam (memory foam).


Latex Foam

Unlike memory foam that is man-made, latex foam is a biodegradable type of foam that is tapped from rubber trees. Tapping this invaluable material doesn’t harm the tree, and the process may be repeated every few weeks.

Latex foam in mattress form, will shape itself to the contours of your body as you move in bed. This provides continuous support, which is essential to avoid back problems caused by badly made mattresses. What these mattresses do is literally spread your body weight over the full surface you are sleeping on. This is the how pressure points that cause discomfort – making us toss and turn – are minimized.

Latex foam has an open-cell structure, which means that mattresses made with this type of foam can “breathe”. The  foam responds to body temperature. In turn body heat and moisture may be released, making you more comfortable.

Latex has a natural resistance to  bacteria, mold and mildew, even mites, making the material a good choice for those people who are either allergic and/or sensitive to various allergens.

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Why Sleep on Natural Latex Mattress? : Latex foam conforms to the shape of your body, aligning your spine perfectly for sleep which is natural for your shoulder and back. Mylatex latex mattresses provide exceptional, contouring support and exquisite pressure relieving comfort. As a result, sleeping on latex mattresses will leave you refreshed, revitalized and ready to enjoy a new day. Latex foam is known for its long lasting resilience and durability compare to other foams. Yet can be be made in different softness and firmness. And due to its naturally non-allergenic and anti-bacterial properties, natural latex mattress, pillow, bolster are healthy for children and allergy sufferers.

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