Are you thinking about buying a memory foam mattress? A memory foam mattress is a good choice for many people. More and more people are buying memory foam due to its comfort and durability. Some people find it helps relieve their back pain or other aches and pains. Does this mean a memory foam mattress is right for you? Perhaps, but read on to learn how to know for sure.
Memory foam mattresses are extremely comfortable. They are temperature sensitive, which means they uses your body’s own heat to mold to the contours and curves of your body. This reduces pressure points the the need to toss and turn to stay comfortable. Once you do change positions, the memory foam returns to its original shape and then gently settles in to your body’s new position. Does this mean a memory foam mattress is right for you?
Simple Guidelines You Should Follow When Shopping for a Memory Foam Mattress offers a few suggestions for when you shop for memory foam, but, actually, the only way to know if a memory foam mattress is right for you is to try one in your own home for an extended period. We recommend no less than 180 days. If you don’t like it, you need to be able to return it and get your money back. Don’t go for a store credit or “comfort” guarantee (slick way of saying you are getting a store credit). If you do, you could be out a lot of money and still not have a mattress that works for you.
At Healthy Foundations, we want you to be as informed about your mattress choices as possible, even if you choose something that we don’t sell. In addition to our Guide to Memory Foam, we also offer buyer’s guides for natural latex mattresses and air beds.