Pressure point relief
Memory Foam absorbs pressure which provides superior relief from pressure points. Studies have shown that the average person changes sleeping positions around 80 times per night. Much of this tossing and turning is because of the discomfort our body’s experience from pressure points caused by the upward pressure from an innerspring or conventional foam mattress. The pressure points caused by such upward pressure also constricts blood circulation which can cause pain and discomfort as well as numbness or stiffness. A memory foam sleeping surface can reduce tossing and turning by up to 80%, resulting in a better night’s rest.
Improves general health
Poor sleep will have a serious effect on your health and will not only result in physical and mental fatigue but it has also been linked to a host of other health problems including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, decreased libido, heart problems etc. Memory foam improves sleep, therefore reducing health problems.
Memory foam is by nature a soft and plush foam. Not an inch of your body (even your elbows, hands and heels) will escape its comfort.
Hypo-allergenic and dust mite resistant
Beds are the prime habitat for dust mites. A typical mattress contains anywhere from 100 000 to 10 million dust mites. Dust mites are the direct and indirect cause of a variety of allergies and allergic symptoms including hay fever, watering eyes, itching, sneezing, runny nose, asthma and infantile eczema. Memory Foam mattresses provide a hostile environment for dust mites as they feed on natural fibers such as cotton and wool and not on Polyurethane Foam.
Due to its spring free design, coupled with the unique pressure absorption of Memory foam, the mattress features superior motion separation. There is virtually no transfer of motion from one side of the mattress to the other, resulting in complete unawareness of your partner’s body movements.
Memory Foam is temperature sensitive and responds to body heat by moulding itself to the shape of your body, whilst helping to maintain support and natural spinal alignment.