Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas

I hope your day is filled with love, peace and happiness. Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year!

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Anonymous said...

[b] How To Buy The Right Bed [/b]


In an age where there are more mattress brands then you can count on your hands and feet how are supposed to figure out which mattress is the best mattress for you? Every bed manufacturer offers a different product, with different benefits. Because you will spend a third of your life sleeping it is important to know how to look for the right mattress.

A good mattress can be quite expensive, so it is essential to do some preliminary research before going to shop. An important first step in the mattress buying process is to determine what type of sleeper you are. Different style sleepers will need different properties from their mattress. Overall the idea of a bed is to properly support your joints while you sleep. Your neck, back, spine, hips and knees should all be aligned as straight as possible to help promote a healthy sleeping position, as well as reduce tossing and turning. Different beds are made with different properties for the style sleeper you are.
In most cases the overall consensus is to go firm. Keep in mind firm does not mean it feels like you are sleeping on a piece of plywood (unless that is what is most comfortable for you!). In this case firm is used in conjunction with supportive. The mattress should act as a natural support for your body's curvatures. How firm you choose to go will influence what type of bed you will want to buy.

If you buy a quality memory foam mattress then keep in mind that there will be little breakdown in the bed as it ages, as opposed to a spring coil bed that can begin to sag overtime. Although switching to a memory foam bed can take some getting used to, it can be a great choice for side sleepers. As a person sleeps and gives off heat, the memory foam is able to conform to the body's shape, and provide support in essential areas throughout the night. Although a memory foam mattress may not be for everyone, don't be scared away from it because of the marketing out there promoting memory foam myths.

If you choose to purchase a traditional spring coil bed do so with the following in mind. Make sure to ask about the gauge of the coils being used in the mattress. Usually a quality innerspring bed will have coils with a gauge of around 14. As gauge decreases firmness increases. For example a bed with coils at a gauge of 12.5 would feel extremely firm. Also note that more coils in a spring bed does not always mean it will last longer. Typically when an innerspring bed begins to sag it is due to the upholstery breaking down, or box spring problems, and has nothing to do with the coils in the bed.

Finally the best advice is to test as many beds out as possible before buying them. Go to a store that has a display floor that will allow you to lie down on the mattress. A good rule of thumb is to lie down for about 15 minutes per mattress. Quickly lying down won't give the body enough time to register comfort or discomfort with the surface. It is very important to try an array of beds made from a variety of materials in order to determine which bed is best for you.


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