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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions On Foam Mattresses

You must replace your mattress every 5-7 years. Even if your mattress doesn''t show much wear and tear, your body, lifestyle and sleep needs have probably changed.

Types of Foam Mattresses available
  • High Density Foam
  • Layered Foam
  • High Resilience Foam
  • Sculpted Foam
  • Convulated Foam
  • Polyurethane Foam
  • Visco Foam
  • Memory Foam

Foam mattresses are designed specifically for pressure management. When you lie on a foam mattress, the therapeutic foam immediately distributes your body weight across the entire sleeping surface to reduce uncomfortable pressure points.

It is recommended that a mattress that offers good support must be chosen, and such support does not mean the hardest or firmest mattress available. Foam mattresses are good options for contouring the body while offering proper support and lasting comfort.

Mattress protection includes the use of waterproof mattress pads which is the easiest way to protect the manufacturer warranty on your mattress. If a problem arises with your mattress, it must be free of stains in order to qualify for a warranty exchange or repair. Apart from keeping your mattress free of stains, many mattress protectors have the ability to keep dust mites out of your new mattress and away from your skin.

Memory foam reacts to the pressure and heat of your body. Regardless of your sleeping position or body weight, it will keep your spine aligned by sinking deeper at pressure points like your hips and shoulders and less so in other places like your stomach. This reactive contouring makes memory foam mattresses excellent at reducing back pain, especially for side sleepers.

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