Mattress. Monday , January 08th , 2018 - 15:24:55 PM
The ComfortCare comes with what the company claims is its very own devised 'Marvellous Middle System' that provides an additional 25% support in the middle of the mattress where it's needed the most. This is nothing new; all good innerspring mattresses come with more springs in the middle. The Sealy Posturepedic mattress is just as guilty in confusing the consumer. Sealy tells us that the Posturepedic comes with orthopedically correct support and 'senses body motion and responds with increased support' - the description almost makes one believe the mattress has an onboard computer.
Memory foam mattresses can provide proper support in proportion to the different parts of your body and their differing weights. This means just the right amount of support for your head and neck and just the right amount of firm support needed for your back and hips. If you tend to sleep on your stomach, a memory foam mattress can help keep excess pressure off your ribs and chest. In the simplest terms, this means that you are less likely to suffer back and neck sprains, stiffened joints, and other affects that sleeping on coil mattresses are notorious for causing.
Perhaps not as well known as companies like Serta, Simmons and Tempurpedic, Restonic makes mattresses that compete in terms of quality and cost with the bigger players. What's more, the company makes all the major types of mattresses including, innerspring, air, latex and memory foam; something that not all the bug players can offer. However, its core business remains innerspring and what follows is a review of the ComfortCare mattress from Restonic.
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