Posted by BerryRipe on Jul - 3 - 2013

types of mattresses We all need regular and healthy sleep as well as quality sleeping surfaces and environments. Since we spend about one third of our lives sleeping you need to make sure that you focus on an important factor that plays a major role on how you sleep. Mattresses play a major role in quality sleep and they can considerably improve the quality of sleep by allowing your body to rest comfortably while supporting all the pressure points. The comfort combined with the support, allows you to sleep better with minimal strain. Each type of mattress will be better than the other, but this will depend on your preference as we all have our own unique preferences when it comes to sleep and comfort.

Types Of Mattresses

There are so many different types of mattresses to choose from that it can be quite confusing when you have to make a selection. To help you decide on what type of mattress best suits your needs, here is a list of the different types of mattresses.

1. Innerspring Mattresses

This is the most common type of mattress and it features a comfort layer over a spring zone. It is the innerspring that provides the support your body needs as well as the proper spinal alignment to avoid back pain. The layers of foams and fibers inside these mattresses provide different levels of comfort and softness at the surface. There are four types of innerspring coil mattresses to meet the unique sleeping needs of everyone –

  • Bonnell or Open Coil Mattresses
  • Marshall or Individually Wrapped Coil Mattresses
  • Offset Coil Mattresses
  • Continuous Coil Mattresses

2. Memory Foam Mattresses

This type of mattress features a visco-elastic memory foam core for their support system instead of a innerspring core. It offers superior comfort and support for your back. The beauty of memory foam mattresses is that it is typically denser and it responds to body temperature by softening when warmth is applied. This allows the foam to contour according to your body and applies pressure relief to reduce tossing and turning, and to reduce motion transfer without affecting the entire mattress.

3. Latex Foam Mattresses

This type of latex foam mattress is popular these days because of the latex foam core instead of a traditional innerspring coil. The heat build-up of latex foam mattresses are reduced due to their resilient and breathable features. They can also provide your body with high levels of comfort while promoting better spinal alignment to prevent back pain.

There are two types of latex foam mattresses to choose from:

Synthetic and Natural Latex – The combination of synthetic and natural latex offers the best performance for a long period of time. This is because synthetic latex is more durable than natural latex which provides resilience and pressure-relieving comfort. Natural latex on the hand does not pack down and offers motion isolation. It is also hypoallergic and allows maximum breathability.

There are two ways that latex foam mattresses are produced:

Dunlop or Talalay – The most commonly used production process is Dunlop where the foam is produced to be supportive, comfortable and responsive. Talalay production process on the other hand is a highly controlled process that produces the most resilient, high quality and consistent latex foam.

Valerie Collins is a freelance writer specializing in wellness, health and the benefits of quality bed. She writes about the different types of mattresses and the role mattresses play in quality sleep for websites such as http://www.parklanemattresses.com/Types .

Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness

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