Sat. Sep 18th, 2021
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The key to a good night’s sleep is a mattress. It all starts from getting the right one that suits your individual sleep pattern, posture, bed frame etc.

When was the last time you checked your mattresses health, though? Is it more than 7 years old? Does it sag a little in the middle where your little one uses it as a trampoline? Are you not getting good sleep?

Buying a mattress can be a confusing activity considering the number of options available in the market. With general myths of, buying an expensive mattress ensures a good sleep, it makes it even more daunting an exercise. Understanding the common options available can help us choose one that suits your requirement. Here are the 7 most common mattresses:

  1. Memory Foam: Probably one of the most highly recommended types of mattress. If you are looking for excellent comfort, especially as a side sleeper, memory foam is an apt choice. The material not only conforms to your body as you sleep but also regulates temperature to maintain a cool experience.

Wakefit, an intelligent and leading manufacturer of mattresses, specialized in memory foam beds among many. Their Orthopaedic memory foam mattress and Dual comfort mattress, are not only of top quality but bust the myth that sleeping on hard beds is the only option that’s “good for your back”.

Got different preferences as partners when it comes to choosing a hard or medium firm mattress? Wakefit offers smart solutions by making one side of the mattress medium firm with fewer comfort layers for one partner, while the other half is made medium soft with additional comfort layers.

Another winning point of memory foam is that it is also known for great motion isolation. This would make it ideal for encouraging undisturbed sleep among couples

  1. Innerspring

The most commonly advertised and purchased. This type of mattress is most suited for heavy sleepers who need help getting in and out of bed. The number and distribution of coils determine the quality of the mattress. Innerspring beds also have varying spring shapes and coil gauges to suit back, side, and tummy sleepers.

  1. Latex Mattresses

Latex mattresses use latex foam instead of memory foam and have similar benefits as the latter. The only additional benefit is that latex as a material is cooler.

4.Gel Mattresses

In gel mattresses, the gel is usually added to a foam mattress is the support system or upholstery layer. Gel mattresses also disperse your body heat more effectively.

  1. Pillow Tops

Not a fan of gel? Pillow tops may just be the answer. Pillows tops are an additional layer of upholstery that is added to the mattress top. They allow for a “sinking” feeling but with the perfect alignment. These are used with innerspring or coil mattresses.

  1. Waterbed

Best for back sleepers, water beds primarily use water as their support system. A waterbed uses a rectangular chamber of water padded with upholstery material such as foam or fibres. A great option if you don’t find the movement of water distracting.

  1. Airbed

Like waterbeds, air beds use air as their support system. The air chamber is adjustable therefore allowing to adjust the firmness of the mattress.

With so many to choose from, it’s best to research well and see what suits your comfort. Online shopping for mattresses may feel exhausting with the many variations that you can get.  Choose the mattress that suits your sleeping style and comfort.  Brands like Wakefit make it easier on consumers by narrowing it down to the best of few only encouraging transparencies.