Memory Foam Mattress Topper Fact Sheet

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If you want to increase the comfort level of your bed without replacing your mattress, memory foam mattress toppers are a terrific solution. Memory foam has gained popularity thanks to its ability to provide personalized conditions for every sleep type. You'll sleep comfortably whether you prefer a firm or soft mattress. Learn more with this memory foam mattress topper fact sheet.

Memory Foam Mattress Toppers:

  1. Place them on top of a firm mattress: Memory foam mattress toppers ease pressure on the body's pressure points but aren't always supportive or firm, so be sure to put them on top of a firm, supportive mattress. You'll get the best of both worlds with a comfortable mattress that still provides support.

  2. Allow them to air out: As with memory foam mattresses, give your memory foam mattress topper 72 hours after opening to air out and expand before you use it for the first time. By doing this, you can ensure that the first night sleeping on your new mattress topper will be supremely comfortable.

  3. Consult your doctor: If you have a medical condition that requires the use of a special kind of mattress, consult your medical care provider before purchasing a memory foam mattress topper. If you regularly visit a chiropractor, consult him about changing your mattress topper and the impacts it could have on your health.

  4. Three great qualities: Memory foam mattress toppers are hypoallergenic, environmentally safe, and resistant to dust mites. That means that you'll be able to sleep comfortably without ever having to worry about waking up sneezing and sniffling.

  5. Hot and cold: Memory foam mattress toppers are temperature-sensitive and will become denser in the cold and softer in warmer temperatures. Some people get warm on memory foam mattress toppers, especially if they live in warmer climates. A gel memory foam mattress topper will stay cooler than a traditional one; the infusion of gel beads in the foam allows for better air flow without any reduction in support.

  6. MDI: Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate, or MDI, is a chemical used to cure memory foam, assuring cohesiveness. Originally thought to pose health risks, this chemical has been tested and proven safe for use in memory foam mattress toppers.

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