Day Bed Mattresses

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Day bed mattresses offer you options way beyond your run-of-the-mill mattress. Because day beds are often used as a provisional bed, people don't always put much thought into their comfort or ergonomic qualities. However, there is no reason to assume that day beds can't offer both these things. In fact, if you're planning on having a day bed in your home, why not have one that delivers on both fronts?

Chiropractors, orthopedists, and general health practitioners agree that the quality of your mattress can greatly affect your overall health. This includes your musculoskeletal system, sleep patterns, and immune system, which in turn relate to one another. Your musculoskeletal system needs to be maintained in proper alignment by a good, supportive mattress. If it's not, you'll have aches and stiffness.

Day Bed Mattresses and Your Health

Your sleep patterns are directly affected by your musculoskeletal alignment. For example, if your head is not supported correctly while you sleep, your soft palate will collapse and block your windpipe, causing snoring and breathing irregularities that prevent you from getting the deep, peaceful sleep your body needs. Without proper sleep, your immune system is compromised. In addition, our beds are often teeming with mold, dust mites, and other allergens that further weaken the immune system.

Day bed mattresses should promote not only convenience, but good health as well. Today's new day bed mattresses are made from everything from the enormously popular and ergonomically correct memory foam, to 100 percent natural, hypoallergenic latex rubber. Finally, unlike conventional fiber-based mattresses, foam mattresses are far more hygienic, being resistant to mold, mildew, and dust mite infestations.

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