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Memory foam beds are ''worth it''
Ray Lam, as reported on blog website HitvaHot, said that memory foam beds are specificially designed to promote comfortable and consistent sleep due to the levels of support the mattress provides the user, sustaining them from head to toe.
It was added that heat and weight control the impact of memory foam, forming to one''s body each night and providing the back with improved alignment.
Mr Lam said: "It will actually contour to your sleeping position and cradle your body for a great night of sleep.
"Generally speaking, if you suffer back or neck pains, then a memory foam mattress could be the solution."
Online bed guide My Foam Mattress states that people should always look for memory foam that responds well to body temperature, as well as a thickness of three to five inches.
Mattress advice for back pain sufferers
The Star Telegram of Fort Worth, Texas, has highlighted that contrary to popular belief, a hard mattress is better for your back after it cited a survey by the Back Research Centre in Denmark.
It found that a water bed or memory foam caused less back pain over a one month period than a futon without springs.
The news provider added that wearing loose clothing and removing footwear before testing a mattress is key when choosing, taking ten minutes to rest on one''s sides, back and front.
Furthermore, exchange policies are also good to look for, as an unsuitable mattress may not be detected until several weeks into the purchase.
Also, "pricey extras" are not necessary, with the newspaper adding: "As long as you don’t go home with the cheapest mattress in the store, you’ll be fine."
Online resource Canada.com noted that alongside ageing, wear and tear and posture, obesity and smoking are potential aggravators of back problems.
New mattress 'could be the key to good sleep'
A new type of mattress could be the key to getting a better night's sleep, one expert has asserted.
Jesse Cannon of the Healthy Back Institute notes that many people use the same mattresses and pillows for years without ever thinking about the kind of support they offer.
He adds that is vital to question whether a mattress provides the support needed or whether there is enough space for two people to sleep comfortably on it.
Mr Cannon also suggests people question if they sleep better when they are away from home, advising that if the answer is yes it may be time to purchase a new bed and mattress.
The back specialist also notes that listening to relaxing music before bed, avoiding caffeine later in the day and avoiding watching TV before bed can all aid successful sleep.
A recent article in the Glasgow Daily Times emphasised that it is best to avoid cutting corners when buying a bed as people will spend an average of 11,689 hours in one over a five year period.
New mattress 'gives beds a boost'
Writing for online resource My Design Secrets, an unnamed writer asserts that the mattress is the "hardest working furnishing in the house" and as such it is essential a comfortable one is purchased.
However, a mattress topper can give the bed some extra life while you search or save up for the perfect mattress, adds the commentator.
Meanwhile, online news provider Room Planners asserts that no one need suffer sleepless nights due to their mattress as there is such a variety available on the market.
Citing statistics from a Furniture Today survey of retailers, the resource notes that in the US people are increasingly opting for new mattress technologies, with memory foam mattresses accounting for 15 per cent of sales at speciality bedding stores and latex foam mattresses accounting for eight per cent.
Innerspring mattresses are still the most popular form of sleeping surface, with 59 per cent of those consumers visiting bedding specialists opting for them.
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