When people decide to purchase a new mattress, they often undervalue the importance of their decision and end up with a product that not only leaves them dissatisfied, but potentially in pain for several years. When you consider that most people spend more time on their mattress than they do at work, it makes sense that the mattress buying process should take time, even a lot of time. This short piece outlines the ten mistakes to avoid when buying a mattress. Simply knowing about these mistakes can help when scouting your next mattress purchase, whether it ends up being one of the models here at Natural Mattress, or a cookie-cutter innerspring mattress on sale at one of the national chains. Pay attention to these mistakes when shopping for your next mattress and chances are good that you will not only make a better-informed buying decision, but your overall satisfaction level will be higher than someone who ignores these common mistakes altogether.
You might think now: which mattress is good and what manufacturer can I trust? Selecting the right mattress might seem a hard decision and mattress manufacturers seem to use a lot of complicated language to describe the specifications of the mattresses they produce. By simply knowing a few words that explain the spring or foam technique of a mattress you will understand whether the mattress suits your requirements or not. 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.
Whereas a high quality mattress with a high density rating will feel sumptuous and full bodied, lower quality and density ratings will pale in comparison. It is worth noting however, that this does not indicate how firm the memory bed will be. The leading manufacturers of memory foam mattresses with high density visco-elastic foam can and do change and alter how firm their mattresses are regardless of the density level. This is important to keep in mind when purchasing foam because many manufacturers that produce low density products, 50kg/m3 for instance, make the memory foam feel firmer to customers into thinking that their product has a higher density rating. It is inevitable that mattresses with lower density ratings cell structure will wear down easier and faster and cause the memory bed to lose its shape very quickly.
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