Back Pain Relief
Traditional spring mattresses use a combination of springs, padding, and foam. Over time, depressions will form in traditional mattresses that can cause extreme lower back pain because the mattress is no longer properly supporting the spine. It's virtually impossible to "sleep around" these mattress depressions.
Waking up in the morning with lower back pain, or even a stiff lower back, is an indication that a mattress is inadequate. Some mattress manufacturers recommend flipping their mattresses regularly in order to let the mattress "recover" or correct. This is a band-aid approach to the problem of cheap materials, bad springs, and/or cheap foam. Adding additional layers of foam to the top of a mattress (pillow top or foam mattress pads) will not repair these mattress depressions, and will also conform to the depression.
Foam used in traditional spring mattresses is often a 1.2
Pillow-top mattresses frequently dip where your body rests, causing back pain. The foam, polyester, or cotton in mattress "pillow tops" and futons will compress over time. Most feel great at the start, but don't last. This is due to the density of the materials used. After they flatten, back pain will ensue. This is when manufacturers tell their customers that it's time to flip the mattress. Remember, foam that is heavier is better and won't dip.
Typically, firm mattresses support the spine better than soft mattresses. All that comfort from a soft, cozy mattress may feel great at first but after several months it's possible that back pain can set in. Recently, the extra-firm latex mattress with Diamond Quilted latex pillow top has become one of our most popular mattress models for comfort and firmness. The extra firmness reduces back pain while the Diamond Quilted case provides added contouring support and cushion, perfect for side- or back-sleepers. Let's eliminate back pain!
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