Have you ever been shopping for a bed mattress, only to give up and flee the giant mattress supermarket after being overwhelmed by the fast-talking salesperson and myriad choices you were bombarded with?
Shouldn't there be an easier way to find and test the best mattress available to you? Increasingly, people are going online to find solutions.
Letting their eyes, fingers, and brains take care of the walking and talking, if you will.
Thus, avoiding the high-pressure sales tactics and ill-suited mattress testing environment found in 'bed barn' type retail outlets. And why not. To know whether a mattress is right for you, it makes sense to sleep on it several times and find out how your body responds to it.
Ok, but where to start looking online? And what are the key attributes of the best mattress for deep sleep?
Fortunately, there are many excellent resources available that can give you the information you need to make an informed decision.
Resources such as www.choosemattress.com. According to them, memory foam mattresses are the highest rated, most prestigious and sought after mattress type on the market today. Furthermore, polyurethane or latex mattresses are often considered the best at providing back support throughout the night.
In their recent survey, the top-rated mattress featured a changeable upper layer made of latex.
The second choice mattress in the survey comprised polyurethane foam designed for airflow and heat dissipation.
Here at Nido, we are delighted to note the findings of independent researchers such as choosemattress.com align with the Nido mattress design. It is comforting (pun intended) to know the majority of their research subjects came to the same conclusions we did when researching the type of mattress we wanted to create. We agree wholeheartedly with the findings that latex foam and memory foam are the preferred materials in mattress design type.After thorough market research, we created a sophisticated 4-tier premium mattress that utilises quality natural latex in the top layer and body-hugging memory foam in the second layer. Underneath these layers sits a breathable transition layer, with a solid base foam layer to provide strength and stability. Overall, the layers work together seamlessly to create a supple, adaptive support system for your entire body. This is how we imagine it would be like to sleep on a cloud.