Replacing your old mattress can be a daunting task. Visiting various stores, deciding to choose between foam mattress and springs mattress, and determining the budget that not only fits your pocket but also ensures a good sleep feels to be really confusing. There are various types of mattresses that you can choose from depending on your specific requirements and sleeping habits. Choose the mattress that feels right for you. Take some time to recline on different mattresses at stores for a while and observe if you feel any discomfort or pain.
There are mainly three types of mattresses which are foam based, innerspring and adjustable. There’s no single material that you can claim to be absolutely “right”, though foam materials have gained huge popularity at the online stores. But if you can take time to visit reputed brick and mortar stores, then probably you can come up with varieties of options based on individual needs. Mattresses at Archers Sleepcentre are the best in quality and price.
If you prefer your bed to give you a bouncy feel then innerspring mattresses are the perfect choice. These mattresses are quite durable and its individual pocketed spring coils ensure that when someone moves on one side of the bed, another person can sleep undisturbed.
For a firmer base, Memory foam and/or latex mattresses are recommended as these have much less spring. The density and thickness of the foam ensure the comfort and how deeper you’ll sink.
You should consider your sleeping positions while purchasing a mattress. It is important that your mattress supports your body weight and your shape. What you may not know is that every position requires something different from a mattress. Innersprings offers more pressure relief compared to some foam or latex mattresses, but a soft foam mattress having built-in pressure relief points around the hips and shoulders give better support to side sleepers. An average side sleeper needs at least 3 inches thick comfort layer for best results. But in case of back sleepers, a thinner top layer will be perfect as the lumbar area needs firmer support. Most back sleepers are can sleep well with a 2-inch comfort layer.
If you are prone to allergies, consider buying foam or latex mattress as these have antimicrobial properties and resistant to dust mites. In case you choose innerspring topped with fibrefill, make sure to use an allergen-resistant cover on the top. Go for the mattresses at Archers Sleepcentre and they will guide you in your selection process.