Were you in pain when you got out of bed, this morning? If so, an adjustable bed might be the answer to your problem! However, you’ll need to consider more than just the bed frame. Selecting the right mattress is essential. When choosing a mattress for an adjustable bed, look for flexibility, durability, support, and – of course! – comfort.
Memory Foam Mattresses
A memory foam mattress is a great option for an adjustable bed because it’s flexible. It isn’t strained or under pressure when bending or when not perfectly horizontal. Memory foam also provides the durability to last a long time.
Consider the foam’s thickness, ensuring it flexes easily. By its very nature, memory foam provides consistent support – even when the bed is raised to an incline. With a mattress of proper thickness, you can expect both the contouring comfort of memory foam and the pressure-reducing benefits of the adaptable scaffold.
A latex mattress also works well with bendable frames. The cellular structure curves easily and is strong enough to withstand ongoing compressions. You receive great support from this product, no matter the position of the bed. A latex mattress feels different from memory foam, but it gives you the same pressure-free support and
A spring mattress decreases the benefits your adjustable bed offers. Springs cannot offer the support you need unless the mattress is totally flat and horizontal. Additionally, the repeated compressions and movement wear down the springs and pillowtop. This means replacing the mattress earlier than expected, making it a costly option.
If you still have questions, come to Best Mattress in Las Vegas or St. George, where we display mattress options, explain the benefits of each, and help you find your perfect night’s sleep.