A mattress is a square, generally rectangular piece of foam or synthetic material that is intended to support a human’s body while sleeping. It’s typically designed to be use as a night to bed, or as a side table on a sofa, or other bed frame. A mattress should have the ability to provide enough support to allow the person who is lying on it to have the most comfortable sleep imaginable. It should also be able to hold the body of the person who is sleeping upright, so that they are not uncomfortable, and can reach all parts of the mattress without strain.
A lot of people suffer from back problems in their lives. Back problems can make it very difficult to get a good night’s sleep. One type of mattress, called memory foam, can eliminate many of these problems entirely, as it contours itself to the shape of a person’s body, forming a completely comfortable barrier against the effects of gravity, and dissipates heat to provide even more comfort. Because memory foam is temperature sensitive, it quickly adapts to the temperature of the user, staying perfectly comfortable even at extremely hot temperatures, and cool enough to make sleeping at night almost completely possible.
There are two different types of memory foam mattresses available, either as down (memory foam polyester) or as spring (memory foam molybdenum). Mattresses with the former provides three layers of supportive foam, while those with the latter provides four layers of foam per unit. Mattress layers can be separated into two categories, each providing a different level of thickness: bulky, medium and light, and ultra-light and ultra-thick. Some mattresses, such as the Visco Elastic Foam mattress, are one of the most unique forms of bedding available on the market, as they combine several layers of foam to provide an incredibly comfortable sleeping surface.