Time for a new mattress for your adjustable bed?

For many, it is probably time for a new mattress for your adjustable bed. But how do you choose which mattress is right for you?

The first thing to do is to ensure you are talking to somebody with years of experience in the trade. That’s why mobilityproducts4u.org should be your first site to visit. Having started in the bedding trade back in 1959 I have seen it evolve and grow.

Adjustable beds have become such a boon to those of us with difficulties that restrict our movement. To be able to lift your feet and legs up at the touch of a button can improve your circulation. Whilst raising your head can help with COPD or Acid Reflux. It is also ideal for sitting up and reading or watching television.

The one thing we all do though is take our mattress for granted. Those of us who use adjustable beds will tend to spend more time in them.  This can mean that they need replacing more often, probably about every 8 to 10 years.

What to select though;

  • Pocket Spring mattresses

    A pocket sprung mattress on an adjustable base
  • Pocket Spring and Memory Foam mattresses

    Pocket springs with memory foam
  • Reflex Foam mattresses

    Reflex foam mattress with an adjustable base
  • Memory foam and Reflex foam mattresses

    Memory foam and reflex foam combined
  • Latex foam mattresses

    A latex foam mattress on an adjustable base

Starting with pocket Spring mattresses. They have individual springs ins calico nested pocket springs which move individually. With very comfortable fillings and tufting for extra support, they are ideal for adjustable beds.  They are also double sided and so can be turned over to give extra life to the mattress.

By adding memory foam to a pocket spring unit you remove the need to turn the mattress over. The layer of memory foam moulds to your body and removes the pressure from your joints.

Reflex foam mattresses can work in harmony with your body to give outstanding levels of support.  The filler free reflex foam mattress has good shape retention and long term durability.

Memory foam and Reflex foam combine together to provide a superior and consistent support that can suit everyone. The memory foam will be both energy absorbing and temperature sensitive. Whilst the reflex foam will add durability and shape retention.

Latex is a natural product from the rubber tree. It is hypoallergenic, supportive and works well in conjunction with your adjustable bed.

Please remember to check your bed regularly, it may well be time for a new mattress for your adjustable bed. If you cannot check it yourself then ask your family, a friend or a carer to do it for you. A mattress only has a limited lifetime and if it is more than 5 years old you should check it. If it is more than 8 to 10 years old you probably should change it!

If you would like any help or advice about a new mattress then contact me Robert Winchurch.

Robert Winchurch, owner of mobilityproducts4u.org

On 01492 548102 or by email at office@mobilityproducts4u.org and I will be delighted to advise you.