Mattress Technology Light Years Ahead of Space Foam


by Benjamin Hermsen - Date: 2006-11-28 - Word Count: 227 Share This!

When was the last time you really got a good nights sleep? Now, when was the last time you got the best nights sleep? A dramatic shift in the way people buy beds has hit the mattress industry. More and more people see that the latex mattress plays a key role in being well rested and ache free. Turning away in droves from their conventional innerspring mattresses which create pressure points that cause tossing and turning in search of a better alternative. Latex mattresses provide a sleeping surface that relieves pressure points better than memory foam.

They produce a naturally dust mite resistant and anti microbial product. This naturally resistant property makes an incredible difference to people who suffer from allergies and asthma. Unlike other mattresses on the market today latex mattresses are biodegradable, and are made from natural, sustainable resources. With an average life span of 20 years, nearly twice those of other beds, latex mattresses outlast the competition. With the price of polyurethane foam recently jumping a whopping 55% due to factory closures, the margin between premium latex mattresses and other mattresses narrows giving latex the clear advantage. Looking to the future this trend has no end in sight. As more people learn of the advances of this use of a renewable environmentally safe advancement in mattress technology more will move away from their conventional mattresses.


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To learn more about advances in mattress technology visit www.foamsource.com/buyers_guide.php and learn more about getting the best nights sleep.

Ben Hermsen is the Director of Research for Foamsource Inc. Mastering the art of foam since 1985, Foamsource.com is a member of the Better Business Bureau Online and can be contacted at questions@foamsource.com or by calling 1 800 255 0181 Your Article Search Directory : Find in Articles

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