If there is one thing that you always consider precious, it is your sleep. It’s commonly believed that we all need at least a minimum of 8 hours sleep each night in order to function the next day. Maybe this is one of the reasons why many people spend a lot of money on products that we think would help in achieving that good night’s sleep we all appreciate. But then, what you must be aware of by now, not all products on the market will really give you what you want. Sooner or later, you may find that you end up staring at your ceiling because your newly bought mattress just wasn’t the right fit. In desperation, you toss and turn, searching for the perfect sleeping position.
After exhausting all the ways in achieving your sleep, you come to your wits end. So you try to search again for that product that gives you what you deserve: a long and uninterrupted rest. Maybe this was what NASA thought when they invented memory foam in 1966? It was developed by scientist Chiharu Kubokawa from the Ames Research Center and Charles A. Yost from Stencel Aero Engineering Corporation.
But the real reason for the creation of visco elastic memory foam material because NASA wanted to improve the safety of their aircraft cushions – and of course, give their astronauts the utmost comfort when they traveled through space. So, why not give this truly “space age” material a chance to provide you with excellent comfort and support as well?
Memory foam is made of latex polyurethane which conforms to your body shape when you sleep – and because of this, you get the best comfort possible. This foam is temperature sensitive and it distributes pressure according to your weight and body heat. Because of this foam’s ingenuity, you will stop tossing and turning as often, as it relieves pressure points in your body and you will feel as if you are sleeping on soft clouds. It also keeps you from being disturbed by that partner of yours who is fond of moving, due to its dense material.
And the best part of this product? A memory foam mattress topper, pad or bed lasts longer than your average types of bedding, so while it’s more pricey than standard bedding, it will certainly pay off in the long run.