Work keeps you Busy We keep you on Rest…… A great mattress is your best friend.

Let me just introduce you to your best buddy… your mattress…… perfect sleep experience.

WHAT IS A MATRESS   : In simple terms A mattress is the large, flat object which is put on a bed to make it comfortable to sleep on.

Then lets also know what was it THEN?? And what is it NOW.


The modern mattress may seem like a fairly recent invention, but the truth is that some form of mattress has been around since prehistoric times. What we know of as a mattress today is the product of thousands of years of bedding evolution in a variety of cultures.

The earliest paleontological example of anything resembling a mattress is from about 77,000 years ago. The ancient mattress was found in a rock shelter in South Africa and measures about three feet by six feet. It’s less than an inch thick and made with alternating layers of reeds and rushes. “Bedding” consisted of leaves and grasses.

As humans evolved, so did their sleep surfaces. Many cultures began raising their mattresses off the ground. Mattresses usually were made from wool and bedding from linen. Some even had “pillows,” which were just a wood or stone head support.


Mattresses were transformed when coil springs were introduced in the 1870s, and metal frames became more common. At the beginning of the 20th century, beds and mattresses could be mass produced for the first time, making them more accessible. As more companies began making mattresses, buying a mattress became much more about comfort and preference, which remains the case today.


Mattress History By Material

Innerspring : The innerspring mattress was the first modern mattress type and replaced those stuffed with hay, wool, down and other materials.  It provided sleepers with a firm, springy sleep surface that was supportive and could withstand compression.


Memory Foam : Memory foam—or viscoelastic polyurethane foam—was first invented by NASA in the 1970s. They initially intended to develop a material that would provide better seat cushioning and crash protection for airlines. It was initially called “slow spring back foam” because of its ability to compress under heat and pressure and then return to its original shape.

Memory foam was also commonly used in hospital beds, especially for immobile individuals, because of the material’s ability to reduce pressure points. Those with chronic pain or back issues still find relief from memory foam mattresses.


Latex : Latex comes from the sap of rubber trees, and it has been used for centuries for a variety of products. Latex foam—the material used in mattresses—was first created in 1920s, and it has interesting roots. The resilient material offers support similar to memory foam, providing a comfortable surface that keeps the pressure off of areas like hips and shoulders and helps the sleeper maintain proper alignment.


Orthopedic Mattress :

This is an ideal mattress with a firm base. It supports the bones and joints firmly and prevents the body from dipping and curling in bed. Orthopedic mattresses are designed to correct your back and spine problems and highly recommended by the orthopedics.



Do you just walk into a mattress showroom to be tackled by an overzealous sales guy who wants you to buy the most expensive bed on the floor


He (or she) will tell you to lie down and feel all the life-changing benefits.

If you are anything like the majority of people out there, when it’s time to buy a new bed, you tend to seek out what you bought last time. Instead, it might be time to consider all of your options.

Purchasing a mattress is not a daily chore. A good quality mattress helps you relax the muscles, improve posture and sleep peacefully by contouring to your body shape. It helps you to get up feeling completely fresh in the morning. You will be enhanced to a mental well-being and stability of mind. Failing to realize the aspect of buying the best prevents you from a good and sound sleep at night.



To convince you, take a look at some of the benefits of having a good mattress to sleep on:


1.        Achieve Adequate, Quality Nighttime Sleep : A good mattress should support your sleep and not ruin it. If you’re feeling uncomfortable every night, having difficulty sleeping, or waking up with body pain, these may be signs that it’s time to buy a new mattress. Depending on the mattress type you have, they can either offer pressure point relief, back support, or both, while making you feel like you’re on cloud nine.



2.         Promote Good Form and Posture : People sleep in different sleeping positions and might not even be aware of it. By having not just a good mattress but also the right one, you can maintain or improve your form and posture. If you have a consistent sleeping position every night, you must have the right mattress that promotes proper form and posture. For instance, side sleepers are more prone to back pain as their fetal sleeping position puts strain on the back and neck. It can also apply pressure to the arms and shoulders since it’ll be pressed onto the mattress, restricting blood flow. If you tend to sleep on your right side, this position can also add stress to your organs.Thankfully, memory foam mattresses got side sleepers covered.



3.        Keep Your Mental and Emotional Health in Check : Having a bad mattress can indeed mess up your sleep. At first, this could only lead to sleepless nights, but sleeping every night on a bad mattress can eventually lead to sleep deprivation. Lack of sleep is known to be linked to various short- and long-term consequences, and it can take a heavy toll on your mental and emotional health.



4.  Develop an Inclination to Your Sleeping :

§  Reserve your bed for sleep or intimate moments

§  Reduce noise and distractions in the surroundings

§  Cool the room down, ideally to 65 or 18.3

§  Keep all electronics away from reach

§  Minimize visual clutter

§  Use softer, warmer colors in your bedroom

5.   Get the Most Out of Your Purchase : Mattress prices in the market today are no joke. Even the budget mattress options are quite difficult to save up for, especially if you’re shouldering more household and personal expenses.

Therefore, having a good mattress is a buy-it-for-life purchase. Since high-quality mattresses last for a couple of years, especially when it’s well-maintained, you can get the most value from your purchase.




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