How to choose
your bed mattress
best-fit BED MATTRESS
Do you think that all bed mattresses are the same? In fact, the internal structure of the springs and other parts of the mattress can make a huge difference in how comfortable you sleep. Find the ideal mattress that fits your body for the precious time you spend sleeping, which is said to be one third of your life.
FOR YOUR BEST SLEEP
Maintaining a proper sleeping position and pressure distribution
When a person is upright, the spine forms a gentle S-curve. The ideal sleeping position is to maintain this S-curve while sleeping. If the mattress is too firm, it won't sink in line with your body's unevenness, causing weight to be put on the uneven parts of your body, which can cause congestion, resulting in more tossing and turning and shallow sleep. On the other hand, if the mattress is too soft, your lower back will sink down, resulting in a dogleg shape as shown in the diagram below, which can cause back pain. It is important to choose a mattress that disperses pressure and supports your body along the S-shaped curve of your body in order to achieve the correct sleeping posture.
Try lying down on the mattress in the store
Lie down on an actual mattress in the store and rummage around for 10 minutes. In addition to lying on your face, try lying on your side or lying on your stomach and check the comfort of the mattress. The one thing you should not forget is to check the ease of turning over on the bed. If you unconsciously use too much force to roll over, it will interfere with your sleep and prevent you from getting a good night's sleep. Be sure to check the feel of the bed.
Structure and features of bed mattresses
A mattress is made up of three main components: the internal structure, the filling, and the side fabric (the fabric that covers the outside of the mattress). The internal structure is the basic performance of the mattress. The internal structure refers to the center of the springs and other parts of the mattress.
The coil springs are individually wrapped in pockets (bags) so that each spring moves independently and sinks in accordance with the weight and unevenness of your body. It has an excellent pressure-dispersion structure.
These are bed mattresses that do not use metal springs. Typical examples include low-resilience urethane, high-resilience urethane, latex, waterbed and airbed. Since there are no metal parts, they are easy to recycle and have a low environmental impact after use.
Blossom Mattress - Firm
ZEN 8" Memory Foam Mattress
Firmness of the Bed Mattress
A good night's sleep starts with choosing the right bedding for your sleeping position and body shape. Here's how to find the right mattress for your body in terms of firmness, which is an important element of a bed mattress.
For those who sleep on their back, we recommend the "standard" version. It provides moderate support around the neck and hips, which tend to sink in.
For those who sleep on their stomachs, the laying down version is recommended. It reduces swaying of the hips and strain on the neck. In addition, men who are stocky and heavy need the right amount of support to prevent the mattress from sinking into the ground, so laying down is said to be better.
This posture puts a lot of strain on the shoulders and back, so we recommend a soft mattress that can support the parts of the body that sink deep into the bed. However, even a soft mattress should have the right amount of elasticity. A mattress that is so soft that it is difficult to roll over in bed is not a good mattress.
To protect your mattress and increase your comfort, layer your bedbuds. There are two main types of bed pads: the sweat-absorbing type and the comfort-adjusting type. Get them as needed.
Be sure to use it for a good night's sleep and to prevent your bed mattress from getting dirty. It absorbs sweat while you sleep and is machine washable, so it's always clean. Lay it on top of the bed mattress and secure it with the elastic at the four corners. Please place a sheet over it.
Padded Sheets Topper N-Cool Spandex 3.0
Sleeping Adjustable Type
This is a thicker type of mattress, and when laid on top of the mattress, it makes it soft and comfortable to sleep on. It's good for when you don't feel comfortable with the springs. It is not washable, so it is recommended to use it with the sweat-removal type.
Polyester Mattress Pad
COlumn: low resilience urethane
The low-resilience urethane material was originally developed for use by NASA astronauts. Low-resilience urethane was first used in the seats of the Space Shuttle to mitigate the shock to the astronauts' bodies at the time of the Space Shuttle launch. Subsequently, its shock-absorbing properties led to its gradual adoption in such specialized fields as medical beds, wheelchairs, operating tables, sports shoes and shock-absorbing pads. From the perspective that the enveloping softness and pressure-dispersion properties of low-resilience urethane lead to a good night's sleep, it has been used in bedding such as pillows and mattresses, and is now widely recognized by the public.