Cold Foam Mattresses

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Even into modern times, sleeping on a mattress was considered pure luxury. This sleep was reserved only for the nobility and the upper class, while the rest of the population had to make do with hard documents and sacks of straw, reeds or chaff. Today, the mattress is a normal standard in every bedroom. Studies show that healthy sleep is especially important for mental and physical recovery during the night. Therefore, the choice of the right mattress plays a big role for a healthy night's sleep. Whether point elasticity, suspension or adaptability - modern mattress technology offers a multitude of properties that have a positive effect on nocturnal sleep.


What are the properties of a cold foam mattress?

Cold foam mattresses adapt very well to the human body contours. The same applies to the adaptability to slatted frames. Therefore, a cold foam mattress also causes no noise. Due to its special properties, it has excellent point elasticity. She is also excellent sprung and with good care only slightly susceptible to the infestation of mites. The mattresses can be rolled as well as folded and can therefore be transported very easily. They have a long life and excellent heat insulation. On most models, the cover can be removed and washed, therefore the cold foam mattress also scores with very good hygienic properties.


How to choose the right cold foam mattress?

- What is the preferred sleeping position? While some prefer to sleep in the supine position, the others prefer the lateral position. There are four different types of sleep: the intermittent sleeper, the backsleeper, the side sleeper and the belly sleeper. Depending on the type, the mattress should be selected accordingly.

- Which degree of hardness should be chosen? Mattresses have a total of five different degrees of hardness. The rule of thumb is that the higher the degree of hardness chosen, the firmer the feeling of lying. Therefore, two factors should be considered when choosing the right mattress: body weight and personal preference.

- How do the respective degrees of hardness differ from each other? The degree of hardness H1 is especially suitable for people who weigh less than 60 kilograms. The degree of hardness H2 is popular in Germany, especially among women. It is suitable for people whose body weight is between 60 and 80 kilograms. Mattresses with H3 hardness are the most commonly sold. They are suitable for people with a body weight of 80 to 110 kilograms. Mattresses with a hardness of H4 are suitable for people with a body weight of more than 110 kilograms. The degree of hardness H5 does not occur with all manufacturers, it is suitable for people from a weight of 140 kilograms.

- Is it a single bed or a bed for two? Before buying a mattress, the question should be clarified as to whether one sleeps as an individual on the mattress or shares it with a partner. Different sleeping habits and different body statures should be considered. If both the sleeping position and the body weight of the two partners differ considerably, it is advisable to buy two different mattresses. If it is a double bed, with both mattresses next to each other, it should also be taken into account that the mattresses are at the same height.
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