Mattress. Tuesday , July 11th , 2017 - 23:00:21 PM
Sealy mattresses have been a top rated product for many years and the company is the world's largest manufacturer of mattresses. The company manufactures mattresses in the mid- to high-end price bracket. As you might expect from the world's largest manufacturer, Sealy make all types from the Sealy Posturepedic - an orthopedically designed inner-spring mattress - to the Sealy SpringFree - a 100% latex mattress. Sealy didn't lead the way in the use of viscoelastic foam but has now brought out its own version, called the Sealy TrueForm. Like other viscoelastic mattresses the Sealy model is multilayered using a high-density foam core (not memory foam) with a top layer of memory foam. Sealy claim that the inner-core of high-density foam provides the support whilst the top layer of memory foam provides both support and comfort.
The advantage or disadvantage here (and read carefully, this is important) is that the cover does change the sensation somewhat. Instead of truly feeling the sensation of memory foam through your linen, the effect is smoothed over slightly for a less intense sensation. You can feel the memory foam - but it's a little less 'ah, there's my foot outline' then say a normal piece of memory foam.
When you are considering purchasing a new mattress, it is important to be knowledgeable on the different types of mattresses available, so that you can be content with one that will provide better support for you back and a better sleep. While a "bouncy" mattress may be comfortable for relaxing on while watching television, beds with too much bounce in them often do not offer the resistance of firmness against your body while you sleep. This usually leaves you sleeping on your back or neck incorrectly and, ultimately, waking up stiff and sore. Not having the correct support underneath you to keep your spine, head, and neck in proper alignment while you sleep, can often cause you to awaken with headaches and stiffened joints.
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