Yehudit Laine. Mattress. June 25th , 2017.
Memory foam mattresses can provide proper support in proportion to the different parts of your body and their differing weights. This means just the right amount of support for your head and neck and just the right amount of firm support needed for your back and hips. If you tend to sleep on your stomach, a memory foam mattress can help keep excess pressure off your ribs and chest. In the simplest terms, this means that you are less likely to suffer back and neck sprains, stiffened joints, and other affects that sleeping on coil mattresses are notorious for causing.
Spring mattresses are composed of individual steel coil springs that support the body. This bed is a cheap alternative to other types thanks to the basic technology that was applied in producing a practical resting tool like this. Unlike foam mattresses, spring has a good ventilation, hence you need not worry about getting too warm and sweating profusely while you sleep.
Are there any major criticisms of the Serta Perfect Sleeper? Well, like all spring mattresses it needs to be turned often. If they aren't flipped then sagging will occur. Flipping can be quite difficult as the mattress is very heavy, so not a good option for someone frail or with back problems. Also, all Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses come with a 10 year warranty. However there have been claims that Serta doesn't always honor it, claiming that lumps and sagging is caused by misuse.
But not all innerspring mattresses are the same. You can determine quality by looking at coil count, wire gauge, and the thickness of a mattress. A retailer should have the manufacturer's specifications for each model it sells - don't be afraid to ask. Choosing a Sealy, Serta, Kingsdown mattress, or other top quality mattress, isn't made any easier as each of these manufacturers offers different combinations of coil count, wire gauge and materials.
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