Choosing A Mattress Topper

The secret of many five-star hotels’ luxury-feeling beds is actually something readily accessible for home use. Many five-star hotels use some variety of foam mattress topper on their beds, which adds an additional layer of comfort and support.

A memory foam mattress topper works by helping to distribute stress points between your body and your mattress which can disturb sleep. Having a visco foam mattress topper can help to reduce pain from sleep in major stress points such as the hips, shoulders and feet. Those who are not so keen on the springiness of the visco elastic mattress topper can opt for a latex mattress topper. These provide a similar level of comfort without as much give, and have been recommended for larger people.

Whilst foam mattress toppers really give that five-star feel to a bed, some have found that after some time they are actually too absorbent and make it difficult to turn easily in the bed. That is why purchasing a mattress topper, rather than a full mattress is such a good idea. You can put it on and take it off as the need arises without being out the full cost of a mattress if you decide that it doesn’t work for you.

If you are not buying the mattress topper to help with bodily structural problems, but hygiene and protection are your main concerns then a wool or cotton mattress toppers is an ideal alternative. Wool mattress toppers are hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites and bacteria and are a great choice for people with allergies. If you are an allergy sufferer and need extra support then the latex mattress topper is great, as it is also resistant to dust mites and does not harbor bacteria.

Knowing what you want to get out of your mattress topper is an important to determine before you make a purchase. Whether you’re looking for extra support or something to help reduce allergy symptoms, find the best choice for your particular needs.