Mattress. Tuesday , June 06th , 2017 - 23:00:22 PM
How thick should you go with a firm memory foam mattress topper? They come in a range of thicknesses however the common ones are two or three inch designs. A firm one should be three inches or thicker as this provides more support to you when you sleep in the memory foam and will prevent the parts that are heavier bumping into the bottom of the bed through the memory foam.
There are basically three types of Sealy TrueFoam mattress to choose from; the 8 series, 9 series and 11 series - the number is the thickness of the mattress in inches. The 8 series comes with 5" of high-density foam in the core and 3" of memory foam in the top layer. The 9 series comes with 6" of high-density foam in the core and 3" of top layer. What exactly are the benefits of the 9 series over the 8 series I can't really say as both have a 3.5" top layer of memory foam - I don't see how an extra one inch of high-density foam in the core makes the 9 series any better than the 8 series. The 11 series comes with 6" of high-density foam in the core, a 3.5" visco middle layer and 1.5" convoluted visco top layer.
Many chemicals used in the production of most mattresses have harmful consequences. During manufacture, some affect the health of factory workers, and others are discharged into eco-systems around the plant. While a mattress is in use, off-gassing chemicals known as VOCs affect sleepers' health in known and unknown ways. Increasing evidence indicates that chemical flame retardants contribute to the development of brain disorders in children and increase cancer risk. When discarded, most mattresses are dumped into landfills or incinerated, introducing toxins into the water and the air.
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