Spring Air Mattresses
Spring Air mattresses use a combination of continuous coils and memory foam to provide a supportive and comfortable night's sleep. The coil rows are arranged in alternate facing ends that reduce "sway" and help restrict motion from adjacent rows. Coils are also configured in anatomical zones; coils of greater resiliency are placed in areas where the body requires additional contouring, for example the shoulders, back, hips and knees.
The coils are cushioned between layers of high-density foam. The bottom layer of foam provides a firm, stable base; the upper layer of convoluted foam is constructed in thousands of tiny "pyramids" which are said to enhance body contouring and comfort. Finally, a top layer (immediately below the ticking) of memory foam gently cushions body curves, reducing pressure points and promoting proper alignment, resulting in deep, uninterrupted sleep.
Spring Air mattresses offer a number of features and qualities that no other mattresses can. For this reason, they are slightly more expensive than other forms of mattresses, but the quality you will receive will be worth the extra money. The two most important things to consider when sleeping are comfort and support. If your body is not effective in maintaining support and comfort when sleeping, you will likely wake up with sore, aching muscles. Spring Air mattresses decrease the likeliness of experiencing any pain, both while you're sleeping and when you wake up.
Spring Air mattresses, like most other forms of mattresses, are available in standard bed sizes, which include twin (single), double, queen, king and California king. The size of your mattress should correspond with the size of your bed.
The mattress you choose will have a great impact on the quality of sleep you receive. If you find yourself waking up with sore, aching muscles it may be an indication that you need a new mattress. Sore muscles now can lead to more severe problems in the future, so you'll want to get a quality mattress. In order to receive the best support for your body, a Spring Air mattress may be the most appropriate option.