How to choose the size of a mattress and its contents
Everyone knows that the pledge of fruitful work is a good rest. Quality sleep perfectly restores strength and health. Therefore, it is very important to choose a mattress on which it would be convenient to sleep. When buying it, many factors are taken into account, the main of which is the size of the mattress. Its value depends on a number of standard indicators.
First of all, pay attention to the thickness. 15-18 cm is the optimal value, this size of the mattress is the most comfortable for a sleeping person. Very often manufacturers for thickening use foam rubber. But he does not support the correct position of the spine of a sleeping person, quickly croaks. Therefore, be sure to check the contents of your intended bed.
The next value is the length of the mattress, chosen depending on the height of the person. Ideally, it should be more by fifteen or twenty centimeters. However, if the matrimonial bed is arranged, there is no need to order individual sleeping places for men and women. Choose something mean. The main thing in this case is that the size of the mattress matched the aesthetic requirements of the pair. In addition, there are standard relationships that have proven their convenience and beauty.
90x190 cm or 90x200 cm. This mattress is designed for a teenager's bed. He can approach and an adult person of small stature, but will be somewhat narrow.
140x190 cm. This size of the mattress is designed for a "one and a half" bed. It comfortably accommodates one person. For two, he is a little cramped.
160x200 cm. The most popular size for a double bed. It is perfect for a family bedroom. There is enough room for joint recreation of the spouses.
180x200 cm. This size of mattress is suitable for a bed of young parents sleeping with their newborn child. The baby, mom and dad will fit perfectly on it, there will be enough space for everyone.
Choosing a comfortable mattress, other than its size, you need to consider what it's made of. To date, there are two types of mattresses: spring and springless. The first is called orthopedic, since the springs support different parts of the human body. Spring mattresses are not only products, the core of which consists of metal springs. They can be made of resilient plastic or polyurethane foam. All the springs in the mattress are in special tissue bags and do not touch each other. When a person lays down on such a "feather bed", the springs under his pressure are compressed with different strength, while the spine remains flat.
There are mattresses with dependent springs (bonnel). They are located side by side and, as it were, move into each other. Such models resemble a shell of a shell: they are evenly pushed under the weight of a person and not very comfortable.
The most reliable of spring mattresses are combined. Their upper layer is orthopedic, the lower one is Bonnel. This design not only keeps the correct position of the spine of the sleeper, but also maintains stability.
Springless mattresses are made of latex, coconut fiber or modern artificial materials. They perfectly hold the spine during sleep and are therefore increasingly popular. In addition, mattresses made of coconut fiber are hypoallergenic, environmentally friendly and very durable.