How to choose an orthopedic mattress

How to choose an orthopedic mattress?

When we know that we spend nearly 25 years sleeping, it is important to do everything possible to ensure that this sleep is as restful as possible. Bedding sellers abound as well as the diversity of mattress types. So how do you know which one to choose?

Depending on your morphology, desires, needs, and budget, the mattress will not be the same. If you suffer from back problems, you will need to be careful about which models to select.

Did you know that too old bedding or an unsuitable mattress can cause back problems or accentuate your back pathologies? The orthopedic mattress could be the solution.

 

What is an orthopedic mattress?

No, the orthopedic mattress is not a medical mattress. It is neither more nor less than a mattress that will allow you to relieve your back pain or even make it disappear.

How? ‘Or’ What? For this, it will have to ideally distribute the pressure points of your body and keep your spine aligned. Depending on your weight, it should have the right density and the right firmness.

For people with back problems, the orthopedic mattress will allow you to adopt a better sleeping position thanks to a good distribution of pressure points and to relieve your back.

 

Density for an orthopedic mattress

Depending on your weight, the density should be higher:

  • Between 50 and 70kg, choose a density between 65 and 75kg / m3.
  • From 71kg, opt for a density between 75 and 85kg / m3.
  • Beyond 100kg, you will need a mattress with a density greater than 85km / m3.

This density will, however, have to vary, depending on the technology chosen. For pocket spring mattresses, choose one that will have a high number of springs.

If you want to order a latex mattress in Dubai, it is recommended to choose a density above 75kg / m3. For those in memory foam, we invite you to select a minimum density of 55kg / m3.

 

The firmness of the orthopedic mattress

It is advisable to choose a firm orthopedic mattress. A mattress that is too soft will tend to sag, which would not help in your case. Likewise, a mattress that is too firm will only increase your back pain.

We recommend a mattress with an enveloping welcome and firm support: your body’s pressure points will be ideally distributed, your spine properly aligned, and your pain relieved.

 

What technology for an orthopedic mattress?

What technology for an orthopedic mattress

It will help if you choose an orthopedic mattress with highly elastic technologies to relieve your body’s tension as much as possible.

We recommend you :

  • The latex mattress: they are firm, comfortable, thermoregulating and hypoallergenic. Ideal for sleepers who sweat a lot and those who are sensitive to allergens.
  • The memory foam mattress will perfectly fit your body’s curves, ideally, redistribute the points of support, relieve your pressure points, and align your spine. Besides, it allows excellent sleeping independence.
  • The pocket spring mattress: offers excellent support for the spine thanks to the many individual springs. It is also a very breathable mattress.

You can also find mattresses that combine several of these technologies, or even all 3.

We particularly like models that offer 5 to 7 comfort zones. By optimally distributing the pressure in the head, shoulders, pelvis, thighs, legs and feet, you can relieve or even avoid neck, back and lumbar pain.

 

What dimensions for an orthopedic mattress?

To choose the right size orthopedic mattress, several questions arise:

  • Do you sleep alone? The standard size for a single bed is 90cm x 190cm.
  • Do you have rather restless sleep? Do you move a lot? In this case, it is advisable to take a wide mattress.
  • Do you sleep together? You can opt for a standard size mattress in 140cm x 190cm, a Queen size format in 160cm x 200cm or even King size in 180cm x 200cm or 200cm x 200cm.
  • For the length of your bed, if you are 1m80 or more, prefer the length of 200cm to that of 190cm.

 

What price for an orthopedic mattress?

The price of your orthopedic mattress will change depending on the dimensions chosen and the technologies used. It will not be the same whether you choose a viscoelastic foam mattress, latex or a hybrid mattress: it could cost you a few hundred euros to over € 1,000.

But many online mattress sites offer you the benefit of payment facilities in 3 or 4 instalments at no additional cost; and take advantage of sales and promotional offers. They even give you the chance to test your mattress for almost 100 nights before you decide to keep it.

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