The foundation of a good night’s sleep is solely relied upon in the type of mattress you use, according to a spokesperson for the Better Sleep Council. The group has, time and again, said that mattress replacement should be considered within 5 to 10 years of purchasing the mattress, as this may be the cause of back and joint pains, as well as the inability to get proper sleep.
Mattresses are not created the same. Because people have different requirements, comfort levels also vary. When you get to a mattress store, you may probably become confused with the different features. Firm mattress, plush mattress, pillow top mattress — what do these all mean and what are their differences? And what is the best comfort level for our body requirements? Is your body more attuned to sleeping on a firm bed or would you be able to get the best sleep on a plush mattress?
Both with a rustic and modern touch, this bed is created by Dave McDonald, a craftsman who specializes in woodwork. Using reclaimed woods from hemlock, walnut and douglas fir, the bed’s design is said to be inspired by the coast of Oregon. The wood undergoes a process of drilling, grounding, sanding and burning, until it is finally coated with a rich finish. It may also be custom made.
As Nirvana celebrates the 20th anniversary of the release of their final album, news have it that the mother of Kurt Cobain would be selling his childhood home in Seattle. Among many of the items left in that house is this old mattress the band’s lead singer, who tragically took his life also almost 20 years ago, used to sleep on.
1) Good spinal alignment. It should be the type of mattress that offer relief from pressure points and provide proper spinal alignment. You will notice this when your hips and shoulders are supported well, as you sleep in your most favorite position. If you don’t wake up with a sore back or any feelings of discomfort, then the mattress is doing a good job keeping your back aligned.
As there are different types of mattress, including those that are presented and offered as “organic” when they are still synthetic and filled with chemically processed materials, it’s always important to set a criteria or come up with standards when picking out a good organic mattress. You have to be able to tell by researching about it, or reading the labels properly, or outright asking its distributor about the mattress’ composition. It’s your right as a consumer to ask.
This mattress is totally different because it is made up of compound balloons instead of the usual flat foam surface one sees and expects from a bed. The balloons are soft and flexible, and they are, in fact, molded from polyurethane foam, so it’s not like you would be sleeping on an uncomfortable surface. So that the foam doesn’t disintegrate, they are covered in nylon lycra spandex. Tied altogether, a polymide net holds the balloons so that it forms into an ideal sleep environment.
Ideally, changing bed sheets that cover the mattress must be done once a month. A dirty bed sheet, according to a study by a paediatric allergist in London, can be the cause for why health problems occur. People who sleep on sheets that haven’t been changed can develop eczema, a skin problem, and several lung or respiratory problems like rhinitis and asthma.