6 Brilliant Memory Foam Mattress Benefits That Will Improve Your Sleep



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The memory foam mattress and pillow market was valued at 5.2 billion dollars in 2018. Following current trends, that number is expected to grow to 8 billion by 2023.

Why are these mattresses becoming so popular?

In a nation where 1 in 3 adults don’t get enough sleep, people are enamored with sleep. But they might not have as much time as they would like for sleeping. Thus, they are on a quest for better sleep to maximize the benefit of the time they do have.

Memory foam mattresses and pillows can help them do that.


Let’s look at some memory foam mattress benefits to understand why.

1. Pain Relief

Being in pain when you try to sleep certainly does make it harder to sleep. Memory foam mattresses help to minimize pain in a couple of different ways.

First, memory foam provides proper support to relieve painful pressure points. It does this by molding itself to the contours of the body and distributing the weight rather than putting pressure on the heaviest parts.

Secondly, the material of a memory foam mattress is sensitive to temperature. The material softens in response to heat, making the mattress more comfortable the longer you lie on it.

Pain points also have a slightly higher temperature than the rest of the body. Thus, the mattress will become even softer right at the body parts that hurt the most.

2. Promotes Proper Spine Alignment

It is difficult to find a traditional mattress that properly supports the spine. Firm mattresses don’t contour well to your body. Thus your body weight tends to be concentrated on the parts of your body that stick out.

On your back, that would be your bum and heels. On your side, it is the shoulder and hip.

A soft mattress might allow for those parts to sink into the mattress, but it doesn’t offer adequate support for the rest of your body.

Memory foam mattresses are a happy medium. The material gently allows the heaviest parts of your body to sink into the mattress while still providing plenty of support for the rest of your body.

3. Minimizes Motion

Does your partner tend to move around a lot in their sleep? Couple combos on a traditional mattress where one is a light sleeper and the other is an active one means the former won’t get much sleep. That’s because a traditional mattress simply transfers the energy across the mattress until it dissipates.

If this is you and your partner, a memory foam mattress will become your new best friend. First off, your partner may move less because they are getting better sleep on the memory foam mattress. And secondly, even if they move the same amount, it won’t matter.

The memory foam mattress absorbs the energy of their movement rather than channeling it. This leaves you to sleep in blissful peace.

Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself! You can give the Layla Mattress a 120-night trial to find out if it is a good fit for you.

4. Allergy Relief

Traditional mattresses can be a storehouse for allergens. This is because organic fibers (think cotton!) provide the food necessary for dust mites to thrive.

Memory foam mattresses address this issue at their very core. The polyurethane that memory foam is made from is inorganic. Thus, it doesn’t provide anything for the dust mites to eat.

Of course, dust mites also eat dead skin cells. But as long as you wash your sheets regularly, those cells won’t build up enough to provide a substantial food source for those pesky allergy-causing mites.

5. Sleep Apnea Relief

Some people have even found relief from their sleep apnea simply by changing out their mattress.

Sleep apnea is a condition in which the airway becomes blocked during sleep, causing people to stop breathing while asleep. People with sleep apnea commonly snore, bothering their partners. Plus, over time, the lack of oxygen during sleep can begin to cause other problems in the body.

For some folks, the condition gets so severe that they have to sleep with a special machine that regulates their breathing.

However, with proper head support, many people can manage their sleep apnea without the machine. A memory foam mattress along with memory foam pillows can ensure that the airway stays open and clear all night long. This can effectively eliminate any breathing problems.

6. Sleep in Any Position

Everybody has their favorite sleeping position. Another beautiful benefit to memory foam mattresses is the ability to sleep in any position you desire. Because the mattress molds to your body, it doesn’t matter which position you choose, the mattress will offer the support you need.

This ability to accommodate all sleeping positions is especially helpful when you sleep with a partner. You may prefer a firmer mattress because you like to sleep on your back, but your partner may like a softer one more conducive to sleeping on their side.

You’ll both be comfortable on a memory foam mattress, thus eliminating that unpleasant argument when it comes time to buy a new mattress.

The Memory Foam Mattress Benefits Don’t Stop There

In this article, we’ve talked about a few of the memory foam mattress benefits that help you get a good night’s sleep. But there are more benefits than just the ones that help you sleep.

Memory foam mattresses are also durable and long-lasting. They are less likely to sag when compared with a traditional mattress with springs. Plus, they are easy to maintain and keep clean.

Ready for a good night’s sleep? Perhaps it’s time to try out a memory foam mattress for yourself.

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