Kinds of back pains from mattress

One of the many kinds of back pain is discomfort from pressure points caused by a hard-unyielding mattress for back sleepers. This is often notice in the tailbone area at the base of the spine. You may also notice an uncomfortable pressure in your shoulders or hips when lying on your side. Fortunately, the fix for this is simply to create a softer more yielding comfort. Your pressure relieving mattress could be configured accordingly. The bottom or to make it even more pressure relieving, you could go with soft towel, a soft Dunlop and then medium Dunlop or from Nola. If you crave a super cushy mattress surface, you could choose soft ale and a Harmony topper and if your budget allows you to really want over-the-top softness, you could add a Savvy Wolsey on top of the latex topper which is a little crazy perhaps and definitely unusual choice. Some people love it a more common super plush. Configuration would be a soft towel, a topper and then soft towel, a medium towel and a firm Dunlop on the bottom. Now, if you’re over 200 pounds, we generally recommend that you limit your soft layers to just one but you can always top it off with a Savvy Woolsey for that extra soft feel as you can tell there are many ways to configure your Savvy rest. The best thing to do is to try different combinations that your nearest Savvy rest dealer can provide and if there’s no store close by you can also give us a call. We’ve had a lot of practice helping people with back pain even over the phone, simply rest.

What are we looking in a foam material?

Now remember that no matter which layers you choose, you have 3 months after receiving your Savvy rest to order a latex exchange if you need to adjust the firmness, which requires you to be patient with yourself. What we’re looking for in a foam material is something that is going to allow support pressure relief and somewhat regulated temperature. Those are the three things that make you toss and turn the most every night. Let us start with polyurethane foam, it is the most widely useful in this area and It looks very differently. We use very dense thick one-inch pieces of poly or in the retail side. We’re seeing a lot of this and this what we call a convoluted or a created foam and you see the heights of the tall parts and the thinner parts through here. It does not support new weight. So, this is kind of the reason for you to select this type instead of firm bed for your back. There’s nothing pushing back at the body. We’re getting great pressure relief but nothing supporting the heavy areas of the body. And now when you move, you’re actually fighting this form of the slow recovery foam.