Memory Foam has been a popular choice for many years. They are often better for your back than traditional mattresses because they provide more support and help reduce pressure on the spine. In this blog post, we will look at what science has to say about it and see why you should consider buying a memory foam mattress!
What Is Memory Foam?
Memory foam is a type of polyurethane foam developed by NASA in the 1970s. It is made from small, open-cell pockets that form a "memory" when applied pressure or weight. This means that it will return to its original shape after being compressed. Many brands have come up with their own unique version of formula, the same goal and concept applies, which is comfort and longevity.
What Do the Studies Say?
One study found that people who slept on a memory foam mattress for at least three months reported less pain in their back and neck than those who slept on a traditional mattress. This is likely because the memory foam conforms to your body, providing support where you need it most. It helps distribute your weight evenly, which reduces pressure all around. When sleeping at night, its important to remember that your body for the most part is at a stand-still. It’s important to make sure your back is taken care of during the sleep process. Many adults face back issues because of how they have been sleeping.
How Does Memory Foam Affect the Spine?
When you sleep on a traditional mattress, your spine is neutral. This means that the natural curves of your spine are maintained. However, when you sleep on a memory foam mattress, your spine becomes more curved as the foam conforms to your body.
Take Advantage of Special Offers
What better way to test memory foam than to try it for yourself! Take advantage of all our special offers we have going on today!