Orthopedic Mattress

When choosing a mattress orthopedic mattress you need to know what is called an orthopedic, what functions must perform a mattress, how to choose the size of the mattress, which are the types of mattress and fillers, which hardness mattress choose. WHAT ORTHOPEDIC MATTRESSES CALLED? Mattress preserving human spine in an upright position during the entire time lying down, called an orthopedic mattress. The mattress should be: flexible, so that the weight of the body not suffered from the blood vessels, elastic to keep the body, allowing muscles to relax; vented to allow air and good moisture. KEY FEATURES Orthopedic mattresses support the body – is the ability to mattress to maintain body weight and keep your back straight while you sleep, relieving you of back pain. Role in support of the mattress provides the foundation the mattress, that is, a spring or latex block. Comfort – the ability of the mattress conform to the shape of the body and reduce the burden on ordinary pressure points to roll over less than a dream. Comfort layers provide fillings and quilted plane.

CHOICE mattress size head and leg should not balk at edge of the mattress. The length of the mattress should be the sum of the length of your body plus 20 cm (10 cm on each side for legs and head). From the width of one-bedroom mattress for an adult must be at least 80 cm, and a double – 140 cm Each additional centimeter in width adds space for arm movements, body and legs, and therefore adds comfort to your bed. Mattress with a spring and springless BLOCK springless mattresses example – a candy bar made of artificial or natural latex. Also used as a filler blocks coconut coir, a material with memory effect (memoriform), horse hair, alternating layers, such as latex and coconut coir. In addition to this category mattresses are filled with fluid or air.

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