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Switching to a Foam Mattress

19th December 2013

Do you get up in the morning feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the day? Or does every morning find you apprehensive of rolling out of bed because you’ve become accustomed to minor aches and pains or you just feel like you didn’t sleep as well as you could have? If these scenarios sound familiar, you might be in need of a new mattress. Keep reading for one of the best alternatives.

Memory foam has turned a lot of heads in recent years. One of the main reasons is because it’s simply something new. For years people have only ever heard of or experienced spring coiled mattresses or some version thereof.

Foam mattresses provide something completely different though. Whether it’s a natural latex mattress or the memory foam variety, you’ll notice a change the moment you lie down. That’s because foam does a far superior job of disbursing your weight. This makes for not just more support, but better support. Springs that push back unevenly due to your weight being spread out the same way, can cause the kind of tension you feel when you awake. It can also make staying asleep difficult as your body naturally twists and turns to find relief.

If you can’t afford a standard queen memory foam mattress at the moment, try a foam sheets. They’re much thinner, but also more affordable, and will give you an idea of what you’re missing out on.

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Article submitted by Canada Foam by Mail. They offer a wide selection of mattresses you want, whether it’s a standard foam option or even a natural latex mattress topper.

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