Making The Right Choice
Types Of Mattress
Right Posture and Position
Back Pains and Aches
Whether the mattress is firm enough to support your lower back if you are a back-sleeper, while being soft enough to contour to your body. In fact, too-stiff mattresses tend to push against the spine while too-soft mattresses don’t offer enough support. A medium firm mattress is ideal for this type of sleeper.
For side sleepers, a mattress with slight softness is necessary to cushion the shoulders and hips.
Stomach sleepers (who very likely sleep this way because of lower back pain) need a firmer mattress to keep them afloat.
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Looking after your mattress
Air your mattres for 4 hours after delivery to remove any aroma from storage. The mattress should be aired on a weekly basis by turning back the bedlinen for a few hours.
It’s important to flip your mattress regularly to maximise its life. Body weight compresses a mattress, leading to dips and ultimately
Avoid using a plastic sheet on or under the mattress as this prevents air circulation and can cause condensation.
mattress topper and protectors
To get the best out of your chosen mattress try a mattress protector. They’re available in anti-allergy or waterproof styles, and are machine-washable.
Mattress toppers add a luxurious extra layer to your mattress. They provide extra support and comfort and will generally provide a cosier feel to your bed. Available in all UK standard sizes with a choice of materials: goose feather and down, siliconised polyester or quilted cotton-rich fibres.