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How does ventilation work with different mattress types?

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Ventilation is an important parameter of any mattress that is rarely considered by buyers. How does ventilation work in different types of mattresses? Which mattress is worth choosing from this point of view? The degree of ventilation of a mattress corresponds to the degree of air flow through the material – both the inner cover and the individual parts inside. The main advantage of a mattress with sufficient ventilation is that the heat stored in the filling does not lead to an increase in body temperature. Mattresses without ventilation prevent excess heat from diffusing, resulting in sleep problems. If you wake up at night due to overheating in a situation where it is not a hot summer and the radiator tap is not on full blast, this is a sign that you should think about buying a new mattress.

The mattress topper and its ventilation: what material should it be?

The most common latex mattresses and products with polyurethane foam filling have the worst ventilation properties. This is because the compressed foam, which is usually of high density, effectively impedes the flow of air. To make matters worse, manufacturers of these mattresses sometimes equip their products with synthetic fibre fabrics or offer mattresses without a shell. The best solution is to choose a mattress whose cover is made of cotton, a natural material that largely releases the heat stored inside. The only alternative is to buy a mattress with a unique cover made of TENCEL fibre (e.g. Thermal Control), a kind of combination of cotton and viscose. This guarantees excellent ventilation.

Mattress type and ventilation level: which mattress to choose?

Among latex foam mattresses, polyurethane foams and even highly flexible mattresses, thermoelastic foam products offer the best performance. The reason is relatively simple: the multilayer structure of a thermo-elastic mattress allows excess heat to diffuse. This effect is achieved, among other things, by one of the areas closest to the outside of the mattress, the thermal zone, which is also responsible for absorbing excess moisture. This modern solution, together with the Thermal Control surface fabric made from innovative TENCEL fibres, ensures that you always sleep warm on these mattresses, but never in excess. The level of mattress ventilation is a very important factor in the choice, but not the only one. One must also take into account the possibility of distributing weight evenly over every part of the body, which is guaranteed by thermo-elastic foam mattresses. Also important is the absolute resistance to dust mites, mould and fungi, which makes them ideal mattresses for allergy sufferers. Buying a mattress for the first time and choosing its type is a more difficult task than it sounds. There are many factors to consider that then affect sleeping comfort and even health: lack of restful sleep can even lead to regular migraines. However, if you follow the instructions above, choosing the best mattress will be much easier!

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