Mattress. Wednesday , April 05th , 2017 - 13:00:22 PM
When shopping for a new bed, most people focused solely on the frame, concentrating on how it will look with the other bedroom furniture, completely overlooking the mattress, simply choosing the cheapest or most available option. However, putting as much time, if not more, into shopping for the mattress as you do into shopping for the bed frame is important because it is the mattress that you will be sleeping on. A bad mattress can cause many problems, from a poor night's sleep to back pain and doing research and putting time into shopping for a mattress can ensure that you will avoid these problems. It is also important to think about what time of mattress you would like: a mattress with springs or one that uses memory foam technology.
Like Sealy, Simmons didn't lead the way in development of viscoelastic, however they now manufacture their own version and even claim to have developed the 'next generation' of this type of mattress. It is true that the biggest complaint against memory foam has been a 'sinking feeling' - therefore not being able to move freely whilst lying down - and that it tends to 'cook the sleeper' because body heat is not dissipated quickly. Simmons claim to have solved both of these problems using their version of foam called NxG Advanced Memory Foam. From what I've garnered there does seem to be a small reduction with the quicksand feeling many customers complain about. With the claim as to heat reduction, I can't say one way or the other. The one overriding opinion is that the Simmons ComforPedic mattress is cheaper than a Tempur-Pedic mattress, though a little softer, and offers good value for money.
King size mattresses, also celebrating their 50th year since they were introduced by the Simmons Company in 1958, measure 76" x 80." King size mattresses, also known as the Eastern king, is wider than the queen by 16." In order to get an idea about how wide a king is, try pushing your two Desi and Lucy twin beds together (this should equal the 76" in width) giving you a good representation of the king's supremacy. If you have a hard time remembering that a king is wider than a queen, just think of King Henry VIIIhave you ever seen that guy's portrait? As for height, however, the king and queen reign equally at an even 80."
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