I hate it when I find too many bad reports and reviews about a mattress company. Royal Heritage Mattress is one such company. It seems the initial response customers have is favorable, but after a few months the mattresses become uncomfortable. It seems you may get what you pay for with this mattress.
What can you make of the lack of reviews on magnetic mattress pads? They are flim-flam? Conspiracy to keep a good thing quiet? Lack of sales or evidence to support or deny their benefits? Either way, you may be out of luck — beyond just trying it yourself — in finding magnetic mattress pad reviews online or in print.
Mattress reviews are an important part of your mattress purchase research. They give you information you can’t find from manufacturers or stores, and share other’s reactions and experiences to their mattress purchases. You can use mattress reviews to help you narrow your selection between mattress styles, like inner spring, latex, futon, or air mattresses, and then among the different manufacturers of the mattress style you settle on. Read them on the internet and ask friends and family about their mattress thoughts as you shop for your next mattress.
The idea behind a mattress review is to help you determine which mattress style or brand you want. You want to learn whether the mattress is quality or cheap (and I don’t mean inexpensive), offers support or leaves you unsupported, and what it’s made of. You can choose from innerspring, memory foam, latex, foam, and viscoelastic foam mattresses, for just a start. Then there is the cotton, wool and water bed mattress to choose from. Look at lots of mattress reviews and test lots of beds before making your decision.
There are numerous mattress manufacturers and this article will briefly review the top three: Serta, Sealy, and Simmons Beautyrest. Manufacturers of natural material mattresses (cotton, wool and latex mattresses) are growing in popularity though. And then of course there are the non-traditional styles like air mattresses, memory foam mattresses, and even water mattresses for you to consider.
There are several steps to conducting a mattress comparison. One is to read online and in magazines about various mattresses. Another step is to visit stores that sell different mattresses to compare their touch and feel. Another step is to lie down on mattresses for several minutes — half an hour or more if you can — to see how they feel for a more extended test. Your mattress comparison should result in a satisfactory purchase.
A mattress brands comparison is difficult to truly do because of the lack of solid information available on different brands. Shopping by price might be part of the solution, but manufacturer reputation, store experience and personal preferences make a difference in your selection too.
Some people think magnetic mattress pads are a scam foisted on gullible people. But people who have experienced relief and a good night’s sleep on a magnetic mattress pad are convinced they are a great sleep and pain-relief solution.
Magnetic mattresses are surrounded by wonderful claims, that if true could fix many problems in your life. The big challenge is to determine if the claims are real, sales hype, or scams. People with heart conditions and pace makers should be very cautious about using such a mattress and should check with their doctor first.
Latex mattress manufacturers abound. And as with any manufacturer, there are good ones and not-so-good ones, dare I say bad ones. There are several brands to choose from: Verlo, Latex Mattress Company, Vivetique, Greensleep, Royal-Pedic, Rawnique, and Savvy Rest, to name a few. But you can be sure there are several manufacturers who provide the latex for the mattresses these companies sell.