If you’re in the market for something new to sleep on, then you should know that there are quite a few new kinds of mattress technology available. Each offers you great value for the money while still remaining quite affordable. They even offer tremendous health and convenience benefits as compared to traditional coils and springs.
Air mattress beds are the first kind of new mattress technology that you might want to look at. These cradle your body while cushioning it, offering you greater weight distribution than a coiled spring mattress would. The handheld controls are simple to use, and cutting-edge super-silent air inflation systems let each person sleeping make quick adjustments to how firm their side is until they find an ideal level of comfort. This is also done with just the touch of a button.
Adjustable beds are great for reading in bed or just watching TV. Many sleep experts also advise that beds only be used for sleeping and sexual activity, and yet, many people these days do actually read in bed or spend some screen-time. If this is you, why not have a button that can be adjusted with just the touch of a button into dozens of relaxing positions? A personal massage system can take the comfort even farther in reducing your fatigue and tension and relieving sore and tired muscles.
Latex mattresses might just be the utmost in sleeping comfort. They’re already really popular across the continent of Europe, and their popularity is starting to grow in America too. Latex foam, at its best, is as consistent as it is resilient, and its density and cell structure provide more firmness than you might have thought possible.
Memory foam beds aren’t anything new, but there’s a reason why NASA used them. Elastic memory foam is the secret to this technology, and it’s temperature-sensitive. That means it actually can react to your body heat, meaning it will conform to your physique in ways that nothing else can. It gets softer the more it reacts to the contact of your body. When there is less contact, the foam remains cooler, thus more firm. The resulting pressure means that your weight is distributed evenly, and fewer pressure points mean your sleep is more restorative.
Any of these new mattress systems can be had for only a fraction of what you’d spend on coils and springs. Also, based on which specific mattress you get, the foam can be adjusted to different layers for truly customized comfort. If you need to buy something new to sleep on, coils and springs are still a good way to go, but do yourself a favor and check out the new technologies in the mattress market that have come out since the last time you shopped for your bedding.
Look up online reviews, consult your physician, and check with friends and family about what they use. All of this feedback and insight can be truly invaluable in determining just what is right for your bedroom in the near future.