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What Are the Different Types of Mattresses?
A mattress' padding provides the comfort. High-end mattresses use exotic and comfortable materials like silk, wool, cashmere, premium foams and latex. At the cheaper end, materials include lower grades of foam and reclaimed cotton fibres.
Spring: Standard inner-spring mattresses comprise of a core of metal springs covered by foam and padding. The springs (also called coils) are the part of the mattress that support you and determine the mattress' lifespan. This depends on the amount of springs, their shape, thickness, the way they're arranged and the number of turns in the springs.
Latex: Mattresses made of latex (natural rubber) are expensive but can be expected to last up to 20 years, around double the normal lifespan of a spring mattress. Latex mattresses are less likely to carry mould and bugs, which is a benefit for allergy sufferers.
Memory Foam: A 'memory foam' mattress will keep your shape for a while after you get off it. Also known as 'viscoelastic', this special foam mattress reacts to your body heat and weight, and supports you evenly to help avoid pressure points and bedsores.
Foam: It's possible to find higher quality foam mattresses, but many offer little support and shouldn't be slept on regularly. Instead, they can be an inexpensive solution for occasional use in a spare bedroom.
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