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Monday, October 31, 2005

Finding the Perfect Mattress, Memory Foam Mattress or Tempurpedic Mattress for a Great Night's Rest

Absolutely nothing affects your daily performance more than a good night's sleep. Simply put, the better you sleep, the better your performance during the day. Every time you go to bed you goal should be to wake up feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and ready for anything. Some of the most important pieces of furniture in your home are your mattresses. So here are some buying tips. First, buy the right size - too small and you may grow out of it so plan ahead. Choose the right comfort level that gives you support but does not cause pressure points. If you suffer from back pain, you want to consider either a memory foam mattress or tempurpedic mattress. For the best sleeping results, select high quality mattresses for you and your family.

Mattresses are made from a number of different materials and technology, even air. When we hear the word air, we tend to think of those plastic camping pieces we used to blow up. Today however, they are very sophisticated with the airbed sleep system. Airbeds allow you to customize your side of the bed to the comfort level that best suits you. You can have it soft or firm that is entirely up to you. Airbeds are designed to provide maximum body support to assist with proper spinal alignment. This will allow a great night's rest. So if an airbed is not for you, think memory foam mattress. It supports without pressure points. The tempurpedic mattress actually uses your own body heat to keep your bed at the perfect sleeping temperature.

There are hundreds of mattresses on the market today including coil, water beds, floatation, inner spring and latex. Leading manufacturers include Serta, Sealy, Powell, Simmons, Spring Air and Kingsdown. Features being offered include no-flipping, shock absorbers, lumbar cradle titanium bands, premium comfort layers, various support zones, individually encased coils and pillow tops. Two very popular choices are the memory foam mattress and tempurpedic mattress. They have been proven to be very effective for people with back and joint problems. They offer support without the pressure points leaving you pain free and well rested in the morning.

by Amy-Jo Strutt


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