An orthopedic mattress (or orthopaedic mattress) is a mattress designed to support the joints, back and overall body. As its name suggests, an orthopaedic mattress has been influenced by the medical study of orthopaedics which focuses on disorders or deformities of the spine and joints
What Is A Spring Mattress? A spring mattress is often seen as a more “traditional” mattress, or the predecessor of the foam mattress. They consist of lots of metal coils suspended in the other materials of the mattress. They can offer a lot of support, particularly for heavier people or those with back ailments.
The top layer can be of PUF or memory foam. The bonded foam mattress can be used on both sides – one being soft and other being hard. What is a bonded foam mattress? The mattress with the base layer of PUF is called the bonded foam mattress or the orthopaedic mattresses
MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS
A memory foam mattress combines a layer of memory foam with springs or support foam. Memory foam uses your body heat to soften and mould to your shape. This provides remarkable support and comfort. … Memory foam, also known as visco-elastic foam, was first designed by NASA in the mid-1960s.
Luxury mattresses might have foam material in them, and if present gel-infused memory foam or foam infused with bamboo charcoal, Aloe-Vera etc. is used. These mattresses provide luxurious comfort, softness, and look exquisite as well.
Memory Foam Pillows use memory foam material and are shaped like a normal pillow and are contoured to fit more closely to the head and neck. Sleeping on memory foam pillows can provide a number of health benefits. Memory foam pillows retain shape, and have a longer lifetime than traditional pillows.