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Five types of mattress for better sleep

“Have an eight-hour sleep” they said as it is critical to good health. Not only will it help your body rest and repair but will also improve your attention and concentration. We spend about one-third of our day sleeping, so it is important that we have a quality mattress––providing our body with right support and comfort level. Choosing a mattress depends on your personal preference and needs. Here are the common mattress types that may help you decide which one suits you best.

1. Innerspring

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The most popular mattress type. This mattress use steel coil system, which provide a traditional bouncy feel and support. These types are easy on the budget, but more prone to wearing out quickly.

2. Memory foam

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These mattresses are designed to mold to the shape of your body that may lead to pressure relief. This type can get rather warm, but perfect for those who need back support.

3. Latex mattresses

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This type uses latex foam as the support system, a more breathable material. A favorite of allergy sufferers because of its hypoallergenic properties. This mattress offers medium firmness – perfect for both back and stomach sleepers.

4. Hybrid

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This is made of foam or latex layers on top of an innerspring mattress. These are designed to give a more balanced sleeping experience – providing comfort and support.

5. Airbed

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Airbeds look like conventional beds that use an air pump to inflate the mattress to the preferred firmness level. Because of the evolving technology, some airbeds now are adjustable on each side to accommodate two sleepers’ unique preferences.

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