Which type of bed is right for you? Do you like firm or soft mattresses? Do you like warm and cozy or cool and airy? Read on to find out from Restwell Mattresses how different types of mattresses can enhance your sleep.
Memory foam has become a popular material for mattresses in recent years, and for good reason. This material conforms to your body, creating the ultimate support. Whether you’re a side sleeper, a back sleeper, or a stomach sleeper, memory foam will provide support in all the right places. The only possible downside is how the memory foam works. It conforms to your body by using your body heat, which can lead to some heat being trapped around you. If you’re more comfortable sleeping in a cool atmosphere, this may not be the best option for you. However, if you are a cold sleeper and love the cushioned, cloud-floating feeling, you’ll love memory foam.
Latex mattresses are similar to memory foam in that they contour to your body, offering just-right support. Many people have found that switching to memory foam or latex can help eliminate back and neck problems, giving them ache-free sleep. Latex is not as sensitive to heat as memory foam, which means it may not feel as soft in response to your body heat. This also means it may not lead to a slightly overheated feeling. Latex also has a smoother texture that is less spongy or cloud-like, which is how people describe memory foam. Your choice depends entirely on your texture preference. Both mattress types are durable and affordable, with latex being slightly more affordable.
Memory foam mattresses and “poly” mattresses both are made starting with polyurethane. Polyurethane mattresses are generally less dense than memory foam and are not as heat sensitive. Again, this depends on your preference, whether you are a too-cold sleeper or someone who sleeps better in slightly chilly air. Polyurethane is not as dense and thus, not as durable as memory foam, which also makes it less expensive.
Keep in mind that all three of these mattress types come in fully adjustable designs. You can buy these adjustable beds direct from St. Louis Park providers, making any choice more affordable. The best advice we can give you is to decide which material will both provide a better sleep experience and fit best into your budget. For better sleep and fewer aches, the investment will be worth it.
7835 Southtown Center
Bloomington, MN 55435
Between Bed Bath & Beyond and Herbergers
Monday to Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM