futon. Thursday , April 13th , 2017 - 17:52:27 PM
Whether you are a hospitalized patient or have been on bed for a while due to some ailment, the mattress you rest on can help will give you sores. Normally, patients with back or joint problems are recommended mattresses with high density foam. Lets find out the two main contenders that can help in keep bed sores and pressure points at bay.
12 full inches of therapeutic memory foam including a 5 inch upper layer of "visco-elastic" memory foam. This material is very dense and conforms to the individual curves of your body. In mattress speak, the denser the foam, the better you sleep. The visco-elastic layer on this model weighs 5.3 pounds. Other brands offer a less impressive 4 pound upper layer.
The vast majority of reviews I read were good to excellent (4 or 5 stars). Many customers reported a decrease in back pain and overall stiffness. Others reported that they were surprised and pleased with the firmness of the memory foam. One review stated that this bed was very comfortable and not hot for her and her husband, who happened to be very overweight. Most stated that this was a good value for the money spent.
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