Mattress Buying Guide – 3 Types of Mattress For Better Sleep
Getting a good night’s sleep is essential if you want to stay happy and healthy. But buying mattress online without doing your homework can lead to sleepless nights and achey mornings. It can even be an arduous task considering the hundreds of brands and retailers you can choose from, let alone the material composition, price and other factors that you’ll want to base your decision on. So, to make this investment in good sleep a little easier, in this blog we’ve listed 3 types of mattress you should be buying if you want to get a sound and deep sleep.
1) Pocket Spring Mattress
A pocket spring mattress is made from individual pocket springs, where each of them is enclosed within its own fabric pocket. Working independently from each other, each spring reacts only to the pressure applied to that area. This results in a greater level of personalised support and response for each person sleeping on the bed.
Unlike more traditional open coil mattresses, pocket springs don’t move as a whole unit. This helps to reduce the transfer of movement to other areas of the mattress. Hence, it is a good option if you’re looking for a bed for two people, as the separate springs will cater for your different needs and weights. They will also minimise the risk of you rolling towards your partner in the middle of the night.
2) Memory Foam Mattress
A memory foam mattress combines a layer of memory foam with springs or support foam. It is a mouldable material that will bounce back very slowly and remember your body shape and optimal sleeping position over time, hence the name ‘memory’. Memory foam has been the gold-standard for mattresses because it helps to relieve pressure on your spine and accommodates different sleeping positions.
Couples often prefer a memory foam mattress because it helps absorb motion, meaning that if one person moves or gets out of bed, the other won’t feel the bounce and accidentally wake up. It is also ideal for those who need support or suffer from a bad back, as it will maintain posture and align your spine horizontally when sleeping on your side.
3) Hybrid Mattress
Drawing from a combination of materials that usually include memory foam and pocket springs, hybrid mattresses are designed to give a more balanced sleeping experience. They often come with a pocket-sprung base and a memory foam top layer, providing both comfort and support.
A hybrid mattress has an innerspring core covered in foam and topped off by multiple memory foam top layers. While bulky in size, these can be a good choice for those people who actually want a little bounce in their bed. It helps alleviate aches and pains by responding to your body’s shape, too!
We believe you should by now know the types of mattress you should go for if you want sleep better. It is either pocket spring, memory foam, or the combination of two. Having an idea or two about your chosen bed but still hesitate to make a decision? Fret not because at E-Living Furniture, we offer Deep Dream mattresses that exactly feature the mattress types we mention above.
Our Deep Dream Essential comes with 5 zoned pocket spring, it’s not too firm, not too soft – just right for everyone. It has the highest quality material which is tested by officials to be harmful chemical-free and springs that have been pressure tested more than 500,000 times. Its revolutionary 5 zoned support system can be felt through your own hands by pushing down on different areas of the bed.
On the other hand, our Deep Dream Premium not only comes with memory foam, but is also supported by strong pocket springs at the bottom. It’s like sleeping on cloud but you don’t feel sunken at all. We have proudly achieved “Soft on top, strong support at bottom” by perfectly tuning the firmness of springs and density of foams. Furthermore, our Memory Foam is also infused with Cool Gel to keep you cool during summer nights and wake up refreshed.
We understand the most difficult part in buying mattress online is that you don’t know how it feels and you don’t know what’s actually inside your bed. With Deep Dream mattresses, you have got nothing to worry about because they come with 20 years warranty and will definitely last longer than most brands. Goodbye cheap mattresses, Hello Deep Dream!