Are you thinking about buying a memory mattress?
Are you confused about all the hype and confusing statements made by different memory bubble ads?
I \'ve started cleaning up the air, clearing the \"smoke and mirrors\" and putting all the real information you need into an article to make the choices that excite you, give you years of value and make bad sleep the past.
The word \"memory foam\" or \"stickiness\"
The elastic memory foam was invented early in NASA\'s space program.
That\'s why it\'s also known as the NASA bubble.
Sometimes memory foam mattresses are called NASA foam mattresses. During lift-
The astronauts were shut down by a huge g-
The human body is not designed to bear the power.
A new material is needed, which will make these conditions tolerable for astronauts, giving birth to research that led to the invention of this brand new bubble.
If water, spring water, air or any combination of these things is another option, then there is no need for expensive research that comes with it or for new materials. Visco-
Elastic foam has a unique quality.
It is able to shape itself into the shape of any object that puts pressure on it, but, when the object is removed, it slowly returns to its original shape.
The picture that comes to mind is the hand above the memory foam mattress that still has a handprint on it.
Memory foam is an open foam, which means that the air is free to move from cell to cell, so the affected cell crashes when pressure is applied, you will feel like you are floating in the material.
This collapse of the cell allows the material to \"melt\" from the pressure until the entire surface of your body is evenly supported on the surface of the memory foam.
It actually eliminates the stress point.
Another unique thing about memory foam mattresses is temperature sensitivity.
In a short period of time when the body is lying on the mattress, your body temperature will begin to cause the memory foam to soften.
Any overheating area of the body, such as the damage of fever, will cause the mattress to soften further where it is exposed, which makes the memory foam an ideal material for the comfortable mattress.
The problem with the NASA bubble is that it \"got out of the gas\", releasing an overwhelming smell in the enclosed space of the space vehicle.
Eventually scrapped by NASA.
As far as I know, it has never really been used for any space mission.
Memory foam is too expensive at this point to be used for mattresses and off-
It is also unacceptable to deflate.
Some medical research companies are beginning to try to use the material in hospitals.
Many patients have pressure sore when they stay in bed for a long time.
Because this application is cost-effective, these experiments lead to the use of memory foam in a variety of health industry environments to relieve stress points in hospital patients.
Through this medical study, memory foam is increasingly adapted to consumer products in the form of pillows, mattresses, uppers, chairs, etc.
The memory foam mattress industry began to develop slowly in the early 1990s s and then entered the mainstream in the late 1990s s and early year 00 s.
So much that it\'s hard to find magazines, newspapers or TV that don\'t have ads for memory foam products running in a row.
With this demand for products, it is no wonder that many people have started to set up companies to manufacture and sell to the audience with this huge appetite.
Yes, like all industries, some companies were born just to make inferior products, and then use confusing or misleading terms to make use of the lack of reliable information available to consumers.
So let\'s clarify some confusion with some simple facts.
What is the difference between a good memory bubble and a bad memory bubble?
Imagine cutting a huge \"Dice \"(
Yeah, like the one you throw on the garbage table)
Insufficient memory foam 12 \"x 12\" and slap it on the scales in the doctor\'s office.
The weight of the 12-size cube is how you determine the density.
For example, if your \"dice\" weighs 5. 9 lbs.
It is thought to have a density of 5.
9, or if it weighs 3. 2 lbs.
Rated density is 3. 2.
It\'s simple, really, isn\'t it?
Like most things, we all think that density is determined by some E = IR formula or something very complex.
Now, you know more about density than most of the sales staff at the local mattress store.
In fact, foam with lower density is mainly made of air rather than foam.
Less foam and lower manufacturing costs. . .
They can sell cheaper.
For most memory foam mattresses, the density of the human body is preferably 5. 3 lbs. to 5. 9 lbs.
Anything heavier than this, it tends to be too dense to allow the proper cells in which your body is allowed to stabilize to collapse.
Any lighter, you will not be able to get the required support on your hips and shoulders.
Another problem is that the lighter foam will not continue to return to its original state after a relatively short service life.
They will lose comfort. Some of the 5. 3+ lb.
The mattress is still strong after 15 years and is as comfortable for the user as the first day. . .
No physical impression.
Remember, we also talked about temperature sensitivity.
Not all bubbles that are advertised as \"memory foam\" are temperature sensitive.
Make sure it has this feature so you can get the comfort of \"fine tuning.
The better memory foam mattress will contain 3 1/2 or more memory foam as the top layer.
This may not stop you from touching the bottom and lying on the bottom of the bubble.
These bubbles should not be in contact with your body and are not comfortable with you either.
They are there to help the memory foam do its job correctly.
Keep in mind density and temperature sensitivity, and when you go to buy a memory foam mattress, you\'ll be a few miles ahead of your purchase.
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