We offer a wide range of mattresses in St. Louis Park, one of which is the memory foam mattress. Here are 5 things that you should know about them.
Memory foam mattresses were first developed by NASA. They used this technology to reduce the G-force on the astronauts going into space. The memory foam would pad their seats to protect them during take-off. Shortly afterward, they discovered that the technology could be used for mattresses and magic was made.
When you lie down on your memory foam mattress, the technology used in it will provide support to every part of your body. It evenly provides the support to all of your pressure points to relieve pains and strains that you may experience. The support allows greater comfort when using it.
One of the greatest benefits that these mattresses can provide is that they are naturally antimicrobial. You won’t have to worry about dust mites, which adds to the fact that these mattresses are hypoallergenic.
With the amount of support that the mattresses provide, you’ll feel more comfortable while you’re sleeping. The foam will mold to your body, which will reduce the amount of tossing and turning that you’ll experience. On top of that, your partner will sleep better as he or she won’t be disturbed.
For most mattresses, you’ll need to flip them or rotate them on a regular basis to prevent them from sagging under your body weight. Not with a memory foam mattresses. You’ll never need to flip the mattress, since these types of mattresses don’t sag.
Determining which one of the types of mattresses in St. Louis Park that should be purchased can be difficult. Many of our customers tell us that they want something that will support their bodies and stay in great condition for as long as possible. You can find what you want with a memory foam mattress. Stop by our store to try it for yourself, so you can find out for yourself.
7835 Southtown Center
Bloomington, MN 55435
Between Bed Bath & Beyond and Herbergers
Monday to Friday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM