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Latex mattress great for back pain and nerve pain

October 02, 2022

Latex mattress great for back pain and nerve pain

Wake up with back pain? Try a Latex Mattress for uplifting support

Introduction

Latex mattresses are a great option for people who need extra support. The material is durable and springs back quickly, so it will also last for many years. It's one of the few types of foam that can provide relief from back pain while still providing support for side sleepers.

Latex mattresses are one of the best options for back pain because they offer natural bounce and support.

A latex mattress is one of the best options for back pain because it offers natural bounce and support. The springs in a latex mattress are made of natural rubber, which is breathable and durable. The comfort layer on top works to relieve pressure points on your body while you sleep, while the base offers firmness that keeps your spine aligned as you move throughout the night. You can choose between a firmer or softer feel depending on what works best for you, but no matter which option you go with, latex mattresses will never lose their shape due to their durability.

A latex mattress is made from a material that comes from the sap of rubber trees.

Latex is a natural material that comes from the sap of rubber trees. It's durable, resilient and sustainable.

It may sound like it would come from an exotic plant, but latex really comes from the sap of rubber trees. Latex mattresses are made up of thousands of thin layers of foam that are bonded together with heat and pressure. Because each layer is individually wrapped in cotton or polyester fabric, they create a softer sleeping surface than other mattresses made with pure foam or memory foam without adding much weight due to their thinness (most latex mattresses are two inches thick).

Dunlop Latex and Talalay Latex are the two main types of latex available for use in a latex mattress.

Dunlop latex is the more durable of the two types of latex available for use in a latex mattress. Because it is firmer and longer lasting, it can be used to make a thicker layer within your mattress, or you may choose to have it as a single layer. Talalay latex, on the other hand, is softer than Dunlop and has a more bouncy feel while also being more breathable. Additionally, because it's softer than Dunlop, this type of material will produce less heat when rested upon by your body—a benefit if you sleep hot. Both materials are highly elastic and responsive (meaning they respond quickly to pressure changes), so regardless which one you choose you'll get an exceptional level of comfort during your slumber session!

Talalay is the most common type of latex used in the top layer of a latex mattress.

The most popular type of latex used in a latex mattress is Talalay. It's also the most common name used to describe all-natural, plant-based foams. If a mattress or pillow has "Talalay" in its description, you can be sure it contains this type of foam.

In addition to being an eco-friendly material and hypoallergenic (which means it won't trigger allergies), Talalay is also very durable and resilient, so your new mattress won't sag or break down over time. However, as with all types of foam, you'll need a good foundation or frame for your bed frame—and you should avoid putting lots of heavy things on top of it (like bookshelves). This can cause indentations that disrupt how the mattress fits together and affect its integrity over time.*

The feel will be slightly different due to the high pressure process and addition of other materials, like polyfoam.

The feel will be slightly different due to the high-pressure process and addition of other materials, like polyfoam.

Latex is known for its softness, as well as its bounciness. The high pressure makes latex mattresses more responsive than memory foam or polyfoam options that tend to sink in further if you press down on them. It is also more supportive than both memory foam and polyfoam once there's a certain amount of pressure applied (it won't collapse as quickly).

Latex mattresses tend to be both more expensive than polyfoam or memory foam mattresses, but less expensive than higher-end mattresses, like those with pocketed coils and premium foams.

Latex mattresses tend to be both more expensive than polyfoam or memory foam mattresses, but less expensive than higher-end mattresses, like those with pocketed coils and premium foams. For example, our top-rated latex mattress costs around $1,100 for a queen size (its twin is only $600). That’s significantly more expensive than our top-rated memory foam mattress at $845 for a queen size (twin is around $520). But it's also much lower priced than our top-rated luxury hybrid mattress with pocketed coils at nearly $2,000 for a queen size (twin is over $1,300).

In general: Latex mattresses are a good option for people who want something that provides great support without feeling too firm or hard under their bodies; they tend to offer better edge support than some other types of beds because they conform closely to your body shape once you lie down on them—so if you regularly sit near the edge of your bed when reading in bed before going to sleep at night then this could be worth considering!

Latex is an excellent alternative to memory foam or polyfoam

Latex is an excellent alternative to memory foam or polyfoam. Many latex mattresses are made from a material that comes from the sap of rubber trees and is called latex foam. Latex provides excellent support and comfort for those who need it, but it can also be too firm for some people's preferences. The best way to decide if a latex mattress is right for you is by visiting a store and trying out several different types before making your purchase decision!

Conclusion

If you have been looking for an alternative to the polyfoam or memory foam mattress, a latex mattress could be a good choice. The key is finding one that meets your needs and budget. If you are in the market for a new bed and want more information about latex mattresses, feel free to contact us today!






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Mattress Size Chart

Mattress Size Chart 

Mattress Size  Mattress Dimensions
 Twin   38" Wide x 75" Long
Twin Xl  38" Wide x 80" Long 
Full or Double  54" Wide x 75" Long
Queen 60" Wide x 80" Long
King 76" Wide x 80" Long
Split King 38" wide x 80 Long (x2)
California King  72" Wide x 84" Long

 

TWIN SIZE MATTRESS 

38" Wide X 75" Long

A twin size bed has the width of 38 inches wide from side to side and is 75" long from head to toe. A Twin Size mattress is the perfect mattress size for children’s rooms and guest rooms. A Twin Size mattress is 5" shorter than a queen or a king size mattress but still the same length as a full or double. 

TWIN XL MATTRESS 

38" Wide X 80" Long 

A Twin Xl mattress has the same length as a king or a queen size bed which is 80" long but the width of 38" the same size as twin size mattress. A Twin XL mattress is generally found in dorm rooms. When you put two Twin XL's together you make a King size mattress. 

FULL / DOUBLE MATTRESS

54" Wide X 75" Long 

Full Size beds measure 54 inches wide from side to side and 75 inches from head to toe. A Full size mattress is a great size mattress for teenage kids who has sleep overs because it will comfortably fit two teen kids and limit the room space taken. A Full Size mattress will comfortably sleep one large adult or 2 smaller adults. 

QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS 

60" Wide X 80" Long 

A Queen Size mattress is 60 inches from side to side and 80 inches long from head to toe. A Queen Size mattress is one step up from a full or double and comfortably fits 2 adults. A Queen Size mattress is great for adults who are taller, but do not have the room size to accommodate a king which is 16" wider than a Queen. 

KING SIZE MATTRESS 

76" Wide X 80" Long 

A King Size mattress measures 76 inches from side to side, and 80 inches from head to toe. King Size mattresses are 16" wider than a Queen Size mattress and are great for couples who often need more space.  A King Size mattress will use & need (2) Foundations or Box Springs due to the center support needed for a king size bed. When Purchasing a king size mattress on our site be sure to purchase 2 foundations for a king size mattress. 

SPLIT KING MATTRESS 

(2) 38 Wide X 80" Long Mattresses 

A Split King Size mattress measures the same size as a typical king size mattress however it is split in two by purchasing (2) Twin Xl mattresses and foundations. When couples want to utilize an adjustable base with separate head and foot features couples will purchase a Split King Mattress. 

💡 Things to think about when purchasing a Split King: 

CALIFORNIA KING MATTRESS 

72" Wide X 84" Long 

Most People think that a California King is Wider than the average king size mattress however that is incorrect. A California King is 4" less wide but 4" longer than an average king size mattress. Typically people who are taller than 6 Foot go with a California King due to the length being longer.