There is nothing more important than a good night’s sleep, which is often why people spend thousands of dollars on their mattress. Buying a new mattress shouldn’t require taking out a second mortgage, Taylor and Wells Mattress provide high-quality and comfortable mattresses at an affordable price. If you are looking for another excellent choice, you can check out the Saatva Mattress too. It’s a Luxury Foam Mattress that has unique coils which are individually wrapped. The structure of how the mattress is made renders it suitable for both back and side sleepers. Medical studies have shown that people who sleep between 6 to 9 hours a night tend to not only function better, but also live longer and healthier lives. Approximately 40% of adults receive less than the recommended amount of sleep, which is often contributed to interruptions in the sleep cycle and discomfort due to low-quality mattresses. A person’s body can function on 5 hours of sleep, but it will often leave them feeling sore and exhausted the next day, which is why you deserve a mattress that will allow you to sleep comfortably, without having to break your budget.

The Benefits of a Good Mattress

Pressure Point Relief

Comfortable mattresses do more than simply guarantee a good night’s sleep; it will also help alleviate the pressure points in your back. Memory foam was first introduced to hospitals and intensive care units; the memory foam cushion, would help patients with limited mobility. Often times if a patient is lyes in the same position for an extended period of time, it can lead to poor circulation and tissue damage. The memory foam can help alleviate pressure soreness and minimize pain in sensitive areas.

Back Support

A good mattress will contour to your body’s curves, which will provide back support and distribute your weight properly. Unlike typical spring mattresses, this can result in muscle tension and lower back pain. A good mattress will also keep your spine aligned properly to ensure your backbone isn’t out of whack the next morning.

Improved Health

The quality of your sleep will usually dictate the quality of your day. If you’re a senior living with arthritis or fibromyalgia, you should consider buying a new mattress, which will provide you with the joint relief and back support you need. Even if you’re not a senior, buying a new mattress is never a bad idea. Sleeplessness will deprive your body of the rest it needs to help it recover. Most of your body’s repairing and rejuvenation happens while you’re sleeping, which is why it’s important to get at least 7 hours of sleep.

Helps with Allergies

There is nothing worse than spending your day sneezing and coughing, which is typically caused by allergies. Dust mites are fairly common; in fact, studies have shown that there are more than 100 million people in the world suffering from dust mite allergies, which are commonly found in bedding. If you’re suffering from asthma, these types of allergies can be extremely problematic and can lead to hospitalization. Sometimes simply cleaning your mattress can help rip your dust mite problem but often times you’re better off buying a new mattress. Memory foam mattresses are great for people suffering from allergies. Denser mattresses help repel mites, pet dander, and other allergens.

Types of Mattresses

There are a variety of different types of mattresses, which can vary from person to person, depending on their needs and specifications.

Plush

There are different types of plush mattresses that can vary from soft, normal, and hard. A plush mattress will usually provide more give when you lay on it. If you were to grade a plush mattress on softness, 1 being ultra soft, and 10 being the hardest then a plush mattress would most likely rank between 3 and 4 on the softness scale. An advantage to plush mattresses is that they’re soft to lie on without feeling like you’re sinking into it.

Pillow Top

A pillow top mattress is one of the most widely used mattresses. The pillow top helps support the spine and provides additional support to your hips, shoulders, and back.

The extra cushioning can help alleviate pressure points, which will drastically reduce your pain.

Memory Foam

If you’re like me and you often find yourself tossing and turning all night long, you may want to consider a memory foam mattress. Memory foam is made with low resilience foam, which will react to your body heat and mold around your body, which will help preserve your body heat and reduce aches and pains.

Gel Memory Foam

There are also gel infused memory foam mattresses and toppers, which is what many people prefer due to its pressure relief, improved durability, and spinal support. Gel memory foam is made using gel beads, which encourages air circulation to help your body stay cool and comfortable.