Glad you asked, let us do some explaining on the topic. The keyword to that question is “pressure relief”. When
it comes to sleep and your body, it’s important that the mattress you sleep on adjusts to your body (not the other way around).
Spring mattresses may give you a feeling of comfort at first, but during the night they don’t offer sufficient pressure point relief.
They push back against your body with the same force your body weight is applying to the mattress. This results in uneven support that causes pressure on your body.
Typical pressure points are at your head, your back and your buttocks. When you lie on a mattress that doesn’t adjust properly to your
body you’ll always try to relief those pressure automatically while sleeping. That’s the reason why you might toss and turn around yourself during the night and you’re having a bad blood
If you have a memory foam mattress (and that is what we highly recommend) your body weight is distributed evenly and
the above mentioned pressure points are significantly reduced. Relieving the pressure points on your body also means that your blood circulation is improved and that there’s no
more constant turning around when you’re sleeping.
If you're new to the memory foam club don't worry. When you shop a mattress at conradsleep you get 90 days to try out the
mattress in your own bedroom to make sure that it's a match!
We hoped that helped to give you an insight why you should choose a memory foam mattress! See also our blog entry about our ten
recommendations for better sleep…
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