Welcome to our website. Here you will find various information about memory foam mattresses and memory foam pads. The differences can be large enough to determine whether you’ll be getting better sleep at night or not. Like any other product out in the market, you have so many choices to choose from, and this where you will either be thanking yourself or kicking yourself.
The ultimate in getting a good night’s sleep
Investing in a good memory foam mattress is the ultimate sleep experience. But of course, this doesn’t come without a price. However, if it’s already time for a new mattress, this might be the best option to consider. Doing so might be considered as a reward for yourself.
But for some of you, you might still have a decent enough mattress. If so, then you can consider instead, to add a memory foam pad, or another name for it, memory foam topper. Adding one won’t cost as much as the whole mattress but would definitely make a difference.
But before you head out and whip out a wad of dollars, check to make sure your current mattress is up to par first. Some of the questions you might want to ask yourselves are:
- Is my current mattress firm enough to properly support a memory foam pad?
- Are there pot holes on my current mattress?
- Is my current mattress giving me improper acupressure therapy?
- Do I have to adjust my sleeping position nightly to avoid the mountain tops?
These are just some of the basic questions you want to ask yourself. Because remember, even though you invest in a high quality memory foam mattress topper, it will still only be as good as your current mattress. So if you have a dip where your buttocks rest, there will still be a dip there when you lay your brand new foam mattress pad over it. Likewise if your springs are screaming let me out every night, it will still poke you with your new memory foam mattress pad nicely placed on top of it. If this is the case, then it’s a good time to start looking at a full blown memory foam mattress instead.
But if your mattress is up to par, then choose a high quality memory foam mattress topper. This is important since we are talking about you getting a good night’s rest with it. If you’re getting one for your in-laws, then sure, a cheap one will do (don’t tell your spouse I said that). Before, I thought “Hey, this is only $35 here compared to $150 there. I’ll get it here and save some bucks!” Big mistake. As I did more research, there are differences between a cheap one versus a high quality one.
One other thing to consider is, will your sheets be able to fit over it? Foam mattress pads come anywhere from one inch to four inch thick. And most standard sheets will not fit over a thickness greater than ten inches. But for some, a one inch foam pad is just too thin, but four inches is too thick for the sheets. These are some of the deciding factors to consider when you’re ready to invest into something that can help start your day out right.