How to choose an anatomical mattress - features, recommendations
There was a time when people at the word " the mattress "associated with a thick layer of cotton wool. To date, technologies have gone a lot ahead and now large teams of specialists are working on the creation of such accessories for sleep. 21st century mattresses are the result of incredible research and are scientifically designed and thought out to the smallest detail to help you get the most out of your night's sleep.
Now for people who want to update a sleeping place, spring mattresses are available, as well as without them, monolithic and multi-layer, thick and thin, there is an anatomical effect and orthopedic. There are so many options that it's incredibly difficult not to get lost.
If the choice will baffle you, then after you read this article, you will be able to understand what type of sleep accessory you need. We invite you to talk about how to choose an anatomical mattress. We will reveal to you all the secrets, consider the features, the main distinguishing points and competent correct selection.
What is an anatomical mattress? This question represents one of the most popular in Internet search engines. For this reason, it will not be superfluous to figure out what is behind such a name, and even how the best anatomical mattresses will differ from those that are orthopedic and which ones you need to buy.
An anatomical mattress is a product that, during use, will adapt to the shape and position of a person's body, provides excellent support for the spine, and this, in turn, ensures comfortable rest. It should be noted that such products can be perfectly adapted to the individual needs of any person. And this is the main advantage, as well as the difference between anatomical mattresses from all other types.
The anatomical effect is obtained through the point support of the human body, and it is precisely such a product that does not fully bend under the weight of the sleeping person, but even supports it. As a result of this effect, the muscles are able to relax, and this is important for good rest.
Moreover, sleeping on mattresses with anatomical effect will promote proper circulation of lymph and blood, and thereby prevent stagnation processes in the human body, which can also be defined as prevention of pain and unpleasant body aches.
Almost every anatomical mattress can be included in the orthopedic group, but at the same time, not all orthopedic mattresses have anatomical properties. Even the fact that the basic characteristics of each anatomical mattress are identical, the products differ significantly from each other, including the type of filler, structure, size and rigidity.
The anatomical properties of current mattresses will depend on two characteristics - the design of the product and the type of filling. With regard to design features, options with a similar anatomy effect can be with or even without springs.
If we talk about spring anatomical models, then we mean only variants with independent blocks (a design like a "bonnel" will definitely not give such an effect). It is also important to consider that the more the number of springs per 1 m 2 , the greater the effect of anatomicality and orthopedicity will be. Unlike designs based on "bonnel", variants with independent springs will not give the effect of a hammock, and a person who sleeps on such a product will not collapse, and the spine will maintain anatomical position.
When choosing an anatomical mattress by the number of springs, you should pay attention not only to the number of springs, but also to the quality of the material of the soft layer (above and below the block). They are of natural origin, or they can be synthetic.
The softer and thicker the layer, the more comfortable the bed will be. In mattresses without springs, the anatomical effect will fully depend on the characteristics of the soft filler. Typically, springless anatomical options are made from synthetic or natural latex, soy foam, or even a more modern material called memoriform.
There are the best anatomical mattresses, but how this or that type suits you will depend on the structure. The former are made from a block of a monolithic type, and similar options on the market for sleeping mattresses occupy no more than 10%, and the rest are the result of a combination of different types of materials.
the advantage of multilayer products will be that by combining materials, varying degrees of rigidity can be achieved.
The following components can play the function of the filling material:
Below is a closer look at the features of the most popular models on the market. Nowadays, one of the best fillers is memory foam and latex (by the way, foam is also called memorif).
The uniqueness of this material lies in the fact that it can quickly follow the shape of the human body and evenly distribute the load over the entire area. Types of memory foam mattresses can be useful for people who have impaired blood circulation, aching joints or back, as well as for those who are looking for a bed that is suitable for the prevention of spinal diseases.
Natural latex is the sap of rubber wood, but foamed.It is durable, will not interfere with air circulation, and also has differences in the form of antiseptic properties. Artificial latex (this is the anatomical foam) retains all the best characteristics of the natural material, and also has a memory effect.
Coconut coir is a coconut fiber that has been processed by a press. It is durable, environmentally friendly and quite tough material. It is used to regulate the level of rigidity of the product. Sisal is a variety of agave leaf coir. It is used to increase the anatomical characteristics, as well as to increase the life of the product.
Holofiber is a synthetic raw material, a special type of polyester. Mattresses made from it are warm, light and very comfortable. Felt is a non-woven, soft material made from felted wool, and sometimes some synthetics are added to it. Used to separate the springs in the anatomical mattress.
By the way, on the subject of mattresses - here not always 100% naturalness can be at hand.
Most modern materials of artificial origin are not worse than natural raw materials in terms of characteristics. And if the mattress is intended for a person who is prone to allergies, then a product made on the basis of synthetic materials may become the only suitable material. By the way, one of the strongest allergens is feather, down, wool, and therefore bedding with such fillers should not even be in the allergic person's house. Products with natural plant fillers will be an excellent alternative. In mattress business, materials such as tencel, coconut coir, bamboo and flax are often used and are popular, because they are fillers with hypoallergenic properties.
Elite products can also contain silk, which very rarely can cause allergies.
The firmness of mattresses will be determined by their structure, as well as the type of filler used. Why should you check the degree of hardness of the product at the time of purchase? Yes, if only for the reason that the quality of night rest and how comfortable a person will feel in a supine position will depend on such a characteristic. People of different weights, constitutions and various diseases,
and even at different ages, may require more rigid mattresses.
Softness will be created thanks to the materials that are used in the comfort layer (over the spring). It is usually made from memoris, latex, anatomical foam. And the thicker the layer of materials, the more comfortable and softer the product will be. A soft mattress is the best choice for people with a thin build and for the elderly. Sometimes a similar product is advised for those who have problems in the lumbar region.
But when choosing the level of softness of the mattress, do not forget that, first of all, the product should provide excellent support, which means it should be elastic at the base.
If it is difficult to make a choice in favor of one or another mattress in terms of rigidity, then you can buy a combined mattress, whose sides will differ in rigidity.
To choose the right anatomical mattress, you should definitely take into account a couple of nuances:
- Human physiological characteristics.
- Bed parameters.
As for the first criterion, the mattress must be at least 15 cm larger than the height of the sleeping person. If it is convenient for a person to sleep with his arms thrown over his head, then it is better to choose products 0.3 meters more.
The minimum width of the mattress should be 2 times the width of the shoulders of the person to whom they are intended.
According to the parameters of the bed, the following mattresses can be:
9-2 meters and width 1. 6-2 meters).
If we are talking about a mattress for a child, then it must correspond to the following parameters:
7 meters, rather rigid).
As shown the practice of communication of consultants with clients, often buyers simply did not understand the difference between anatomical and orthopedic mattresses, because some are sure that anatomical mattresses are better, others think differently, and still others think they are one and the same. In fact, the difference is more than obvious. To easily distinguish an orthopedic and anatomical mattress from each other, remember the following. The anatomical product can take the shape of the body of a sleeping person.Orthopedic provides excellent support for the human spine.
The former are always more comfortable and softer, and the latter are more rigid. If we compare the spring options, then in orthopedic the upper layer of the mattress is always much stiffer and thinner than in anatomical. Summing up, it becomes clear that the anatomical mattress is a versatile option that suits most people. Orthopedic models are the choice for those who have back problems, or if a person wants to prevent them.
There are now many anatomical orthopedic mattresses that differ in the type of filler and structure.
However, there is no universal advice on choosing, since it all depends on personal preference and health. If we talk about spring options, then they are cheaper compared to good ones, where there are no springs. The advantage of the latter is that, unlike a design with springs, dust will not heat up inside them, and they are also much easier to transport.
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