Mattress. Monday , June 05th , 2017 - 06:00:24 AM
According to The International Sleep Products Association, 10.8 years is the average life of a mattress and box spring. There are 312 million people in the U.S. today. Together, these numbers mean that around 48 million mattresses and/or box springs are sent to landfills every year. These estimates do not include units from hotels or dormitories, which are replaced more frequently.
Manufacturers usually offer mattresses in firm, medium or soft. This is often a personal choice, although a bed that is too soft may lead to back and posture problems, and if the bed is too hard it can cause pain in your hips and shoulders. A mattress may also be described as 'orthopedic' but this does not mean it is designed especially for the back. This only means that it is the firmest mattress in the range so do not be deceived by this when you are choosing a bed.
While this time the progress of technology has been breathe taking. The world has seen the arrival of trains, planes, cars, vaccinations, TV, personal computers and space travel. Yet the mattress has remained relatively unchanged, pretty much as it was when it was first invented. That was until the invention of viscoelastic foam.
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