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Memory Foam Mattresses

Memory foam mattresses are pretty popular nowadays, what with their orthopaedic, body-moulding qualities. But with so many different brands and mattress types out there, choosing a memory foam mattress that’s right for you can be a little daunting. Fortunately, we have a wide range of memory foam mattresses for you to choose from at Mattressman, as well as lots of useful hints and tips to help you pick the one that’s right for you.

Memory foam mattresses are as varied as any other mattress type, and they come in lots of different tensions and designs, providing different levels of support. Our extensive range of memory foam mattresses reflects this variety, allowing you to pick the best option for you, and our great prices mean that you can experience memory foam without breaking the bank. You’ll find 100% foam mattresses, reflex foam mattresses and dual-core mattresses on our website, plus memory foam pillows and memory foam toppers so you can pair your mattress with as much or as little memory foam as you like. There’s also our Healthosleep range, a collection of low-cost mattresses containing orthopaedic quality memory foam.

Memory foam has an open-cell structure that reacts to heat and pressure, and this is what gives memory foam mattresses their unique ability to follow the contours of your body and support you in your natural sleeping position. The special structure of memory foam also inhibits the growth of dust mites, and where it retains body heat, is great for relieving muscular aches and pains.

Memory foam mattresses usually contain layers of different foam, with memory foam at the top and firmer, more dense foams at the bottom. Reflex foam, also known as base foam, is regularly used in this way to make memory foam mattresses feel more supportive. Therefore, if you’re looking for something with a little more in the way of support – say, you struggle with back pain or getting in and out of bed – then a reflex foam mattress might be the best option for you. We also stock memory foam mattresses containing pocket springs. These springs react individually to your pressure and weight, unlike traditional springs that are all joined together, and this means that they work in a similar way to memory foam, following the shape of your body to preserve the neutral alignment of your spine and prevent the build-up of uncomfortable pressure points.

There are lots of other benefits to buying a memory foam mattress. For example, memory foam is thought to be one of the best materials for countering roll-together. This usually occurs when you share a mattress containing interlocking springs, so you may be familiar with this problem if you share an open coil mattress. However, you needn’t banish your partner to the spare room just yet because by switching to a memory foam mattress, you can enjoy an uninterrupted night’s sleep no matter how much your partner tosses and turns at night. Of course, the personalised level of support that memory foam offers also means that you’re much less likely to feel restless in bed in the first place.

We work closely with some of the biggest brands in the business to bring you a range of affordable memory foam mattresses that can’t be beat, so make sure you take plenty of time to explore our full range, including Breasley’s You (Perfect No. 10), a roll-up mattress with a free 100-night trial, and vacuum-packed memory foam mattresses from the likes of Silentnight, Relyon and UNO.

Here at Mattressman, we believe the whole family deserves a mattress that they’ll love so if you’re unsure about which size is right for you, a small single or single memory foam mattress is a great choice for growing kids and teenagers, whilst a double is ideal for couples and fidgety sleepers. If you’re looking for a mattress with specific dimensions, don’t worry, because we also deliver custom-made memory foam mattresses that’ll fit any bedroom, caravan or holiday home. Click here to learn more.

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