Let’s find out – and answer – the most frequently asked questions by people who are thinking about buying a new mattress.
Every purchase is important and needs to be well planned. The risk of making a mistake is always around the corner and in the modern age of the world wide web, one of the places where people tend to ask questions are online forums. There are forums for everything, from comic books to foot wellness, from vegan cuisine to methods for working out. In this vast realm of information we also find forums that specialize in mattresses, oftentimes breaking them down by brand or customer requirement, or ones that have special “rooms” dedicated to pillows, toppers, box springs, or bed linen.
Types of back and neck disorders
People often change their mattress because they notice their backs hurt in the morning after a night’s sleep, perhaps because they are sleeping on a “sinking” mattress or because they were diagnosed with anything from degenerative disc disease to cervicalgia. The range of existing bone and skeletal pathologies encompasses a wide variety of threads, some of which interlap and are continuously evolving. Among trustworthy experts and charlatans, people who suggest original remedies and salesmen offering advice for a fee, knowing who to turn to is not always easy. But, there is a safe way to find out if a mattress is beneficial for people affected by these types of diseases, which means figuring out whether or not behind the big names and catchy ads there is a product with proven efficacy. In this kind of situation, one can’t hope for the answer to drop from the sky but one can always rely on science, the only source of knowledge that can certify or disprove the promise made by an ad. Which is why Magniflex hired the laboratories of the University of Zaragoza to conduct validation tests on its MagniStretch, the mattress that exerts a mechanical action on the vertebrae, stretching the back. The Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Zaragoza affirmed that after conducting extensive testing, and the experts of the American Chiropractic Association confirmed the University’s claim.
Types of materials
If until recently, the key factor when choosing a mattress was the difference between a bed base with springs or latex, lately people have shown more of an interest in innovative materials, with discussions about so-called memory foam but also revolving around specific manufacturing processes and last-generation materials. Here too, it is important to rely on serious brand names with a trusted, long-standing presence in the market and which don’t claim they can seriously work magic. Magniflex can count on more than 50 years of excellence in the industry of sleeping products and has a consolidated presence in 99 countries worldwide. Its exclusive manufacturing processes include the mattress structure with transversal ventilation channels, checkered pattern weave, and differentiated support, the development of materials such as Magnigel Foam (which offers remarkably efficient heat adjustment), the use of Outlast (a fabric developed for space missions), and the creation of the antibacterial and antiviral fabric.
Other frequent questions posted on mattress forums online
What kind of maintenance does a mattress require? Do mattresses that protect against dust mites exist? What is the best suited mattress for a humid bedroom? What is the best compromise between mattress quality and convenience? Just how important are box springs? Which mattresses are manufactured using natural materials? We had a bad experience with this mattress, how about you? What difference is there between slatted bed bases with single and double sections? I’m looking for a cool mattress, could you recommend a model? Have you ever tried a pillow with a double wave?
These are the other most frequent questions you’ll find in online discussions about pillows and mattresses. And for each of these questions, Magniflex has the answer.
And what about you…do you have any question(s)?