Memory foam

A lot of people come to us and have questions about memory foam. They just want to get smart about it as they’re looking to purchase a mattress. So, we bring you this article as a little primer for you. It just gives you the outline of what you need to know about memory foam. For starters, let’s just talk about what is a memory foam. Well, first of all, it is sometimes also referred to as viscoelastic foam or just visco foam with is the same thing; a memory foam, and what is the best cool memory foam mattress?

What is memory foam?

 It is a type of polyurethane foam that is really most known for its slow responsiveness. As you press down or compressed memory foam, it will not spring back immediately. It will have a delayed return to its original shape. The other key characteristic of memory foam is that it’s often temperature sensitive which means that it will respond to both pressure as well as temperature. So, as you apply heat to it, it melts away a little bit more when responding to heat. So those are the two kind of most defining characteristics of memory foam in terms of what memory foam is good for. The number one thing is pressure relief; memory foam is probably the best pressure relieving material available in mattresses today. The reason is, as it responds to your body, the pressure and the temperature kind of melt away from underneath you.

Benefits

It’s also beneficial because of its ability to conform to your body very closely. It maximizes the point of contact between your body and the mattress, which means that you have a matterss that caters to the pressure points of your body in a perfect way.

This means that there are no little tiny points of contact between you and the mattress, and none of the tiny points of contact is bearing a disproportionate brunt of the weight relative to other materials.

So, it is the conformance, and it is that melting Sensation that gives the mattress such great pressure relief and qualities. It’s also great for motion isolation because it is an excellent shock absorber. Anyone who plops down on a memory foam mattress is also aware of the fact that there’s very little bounce. It just absorbs that, and it doesn’t transfer any of it to the other side of the mattress. In terms of what it’s not exactly good for is you shouldn’t think of memory foam as a support material.

This is pretty much all the information that you need regarding mattresses made of memory foam. We hope that this information is helpful for you!