Views: 3471 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-06-19 Origin: Site
Is a soft mattress necessarily good? Talking about the importance of softness and hardness of a mattress, a good mattress should ensure that no matter what sleeping position a person is in, the spine can be kept straight and stretched, and the person lying on it can be fully relaxed.
If the mattress is too soft, the whole body will sag as soon as you lie down, changing the normal curvature of the spine of the human body, causing the spine to bend or twist, causing the related muscles and ligaments to be tightened, and you cannot get enough relaxation and rest for a long time. Thereby the feeling of backache and leg pain. Too hard mattress people lie on it, but the head, back, hips, and heels are under pressure. The other parts of the body are not fully settled. The spine is stiff and tense, and the spine is not resting and the muscles are not relaxed. The effect of waking up still feels tired. Sleeping on a mattress like this for a long time will cause a serious burden on the muscles and spine and damage health.
When choosing a soft and moderate mattress, the touch of the hand is not enough to identify the quality of the mattress. The most reliable method is to lie down and flip it around. A good mattress has absolutely no unevenness, sinking of the bed, or movement of the lining. You can also use your knee to try to press the bed surface, or sit down at the corner of the bed and try to see if the mattress after compression can quickly return to its original shape. A mattress with good elasticity can be restored to its original shape immediately after compression.
A good mattress can maintain the natural extension of the spine, completely fit the shoulders, waist, buttocks, leaving no gaps. Lie flat on the mattress and stretch your hands inwards to the three obvious bends between the neck, waist and hips to thighs to see if there are any gaps; then turn over to the side and try the same method Check if there is any gap between the concave part of the body curve and the mattress. If the hand can easily penetrate the gap, the bed is too hard. If the palm is close to the gap, it proves that the mattress fits the natural curve of the neck, back, waist, hips and legs during sleep. Such a mattress can be said to be moderately soft and hard, suitable for body rest, and helpful The mattress for sleep.