It’s a very natural action to take for granted; sleeping. We all do it, we all need it, some of us even crave it while we’re at work! No matter what your sleeping habits may be, the way in which we choose to lay on our mattress is much more important than you may be led to believe.
- Good sleep has shown to improve concentration and productivity
- Good sleep can maximize physical activity
- Good sleep improves your immune system
Here’s what we did:
After an in-depth research into what makes a mattress truly improve sleep and promote healthy habits, we developed the Charcoal Gel & Green Tea Infused Memory Foam Mattress. Composed of reactive ingredients for flexibility, gel powder, bamboo charcoal, and green tea powder – this mattress is going to be your new best friend.
What the ingredients do for you:
You may be asking yourself, what do these ingredients do for my mattress? We have the answer to that too. The gel infused charcoal absorbs odor (just in case Spike hasn’t had his bath yet or your favorite t-shirt hasn’t been thrown in the hamper). It functions as an anti-odorant meaning you get a cool night’s rest without any lingering scents. Your green tea layer provides maximum freshness that prevents natural body odors and outside smells from seeping through.
Let’s talk about memory foam & your sleeping position.
It’s important to take note of who you are as a sleeper, do you need extra support, or do you prefer a looser fit?
One of the most significant benefits of a memory foam mattress is its ability to target pressure points for relief. Traditional springs in a mattress tend to resist weight and push up against your body, while gravity naturally pulls you down. This clash results in painful pressure points such as your hips or shoulders. The open-celled construction of memory foam compresses weight, instead of resisting it, which means it conforms to your body (as opposed to your body conforming to the mattress).
You may have also heard about your body’s alignment when sleeping. Terms such as s curve or straight line are used to describe how your body should lay on a mattress. However, there’s no way for your body to literally lay in a straight line. It’s important to note that when speaking about a straight line, it is your spinal alignment that needs to be straight.
Here’s how you can tell: lay on your mattress and examine how your body feels. Do you feel weight on your shoulders or hips? That probably means you’re laying on a spring mattress. If you’re laying on an air or waterbed mattress, you may feel like your torso sinks, leaving your lower back in an uncomfortable position. A memory foam mattress allows your body to rest in its most natural position, as if you laid on a floor.
So, are you ready to experience a truly good night's rest?