January 31, 2011
Did you know that we’ll be spending more than a third of our life in bed? What’s different about it though is that unlike the other 16 hours a day we spend moving around, working or studying, the 8 hours of slumber is our moment of rest. And if you ask me how I want to enjoy the 33% of my lifetime, we’d have to look at where I’ll be spending it.
A mattress is certainly an investment that I’d happily make when I get a house someday. Why? Because, and I’m sure most of you would agree, there’s nothing like taking solace on a comfortable bed after a hard day’s work. However, from the myriad beds and mattresses available in the market today, which type should you choose?
First up is the usual American bed. It’s called the innerspring mattress because, as the name suggests, it has wire coils as support. Here are some reasons why you should get one:
Sinking in Foam
Now this is the bed I got used to growing up. It’s what we call the foam mattress. Here are some characteristics of the polyurethane foam mattress:
A Mattress to Remember
These days however, there’s a new type of a foam mattress that people are going crazy about. Considered therapeutic, this new choice is called the memory foam. The memory foam mattress has the following characteristics:
Choosing a mattress isn’t as easy as it seems. You have to take into consideration factors such as your budget, health, and personal preference – and sometimes, you just have to compare the different types side by side in order to see which one suits you better. Watch out for our next articles as we help find the right mattress for you.