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What's the difference between Memory foam and hybrid mattresses?

Memory foam or hybrid mattress? This is one of the biggest decisions you'll have to make when choosing a new mattress. In this "Memory Foam vs. Hybrid Mattress" article, we'll discuss the differences, pros and cons of the two in depth.

 

It' s really important to choose the correct mattress. We spend about 1/3 of our average lifetime in bed, so when you consider it this way, it's important to choose the right mattress. If you use a sleep tracker, sometimes you'll see how upset you get at night. Getting a good night's sleep is important for health and wellness - if not, say hello to pain and suffering, poor concentration, low mood and even anxiety.

 

Memory foam and Hybrid mattresses

 

Types of mattresses

 

Memory Foam Mattress

Memory foam mattresses use body heat to soften and shape the contours of your body. They return to their normal shape when you get out of bed or change position. Memory foam, also known as viscoelastic foam, was originally designed by NASA in 1966 in the United States and has been in the mattress technology field for decades. Many of the best pillows are now made from memory foam as well.

 

Now, the Molblly mattress is one of our favorite memory foam options. It's comfortable, supportive, and the cooling technology is very effective.

 

Memory foam mattresses use body heat to soften and shape the contours of your body.

Hybrid Mattress 

Hybrid mattress is a mattress composed of two layers of structure, the lower layer is the support layer (usually spring structure), the upper layer is the cushion layer (material is usually foam), which can be imagined as a spring bed with thicker memory foam upholstery. The hybrid mattress with thicker cushion layer is usually softer and more comfortable than the spring mattress, but more supportive and flexible than the memory foam mattress.

 

Hybrid mattress is a mattress composed of two layers of structure

 

 

Memory foam vs. Hybrid: which is the most comfortable sleep style?

Hybrid Mattress

The springs of this mattress are separated into fiber pockets, allowing each spring to adjust independently to the body. Because these springs move individually, they effectively block the transfer of vibrations caused by the partner's tossing and turning, ensuring undisturbed sleep.

Hybrid mattresses are designed to distribute weight evenly, and most always have the same level of resistance. If you sleep on your side, you may find that the springs bounce off the mattress putting pressure on your shoulders and making you uncomfortable for long periods of time. However, Our hybrid mattresses are medium firm, with memory foam added to the mattress, which prevents you from being able to feel the springs.

 

The springs of this mattress are separated into fiber pockets, allowing each spring to adjust independently to the body.

 

 

Memory Foam Mattress

Memory foam molds around the natural shape of your body to create a personalized sleep surface. This custom support helps relieve pressure points, which helps with joint and muscle aches and pains. Memory foam mattresses are great for anyone with back pain because they shape to the natural curves of your spine, regardless of your sleeping position.

 

Unlike an innerspring, this type of mattress will usually cover more than the top. This works well for those who sleep on their sides, as it takes pressure off the shoulders.

 

Which one is better for sleeping? You can choose either one, but people with breasts may find memory foam more comfortable because it will fit your shape better. Whichever style you choose, you'll likely need a firmer mattress to provide adequate support.

 Memory foam vs. Hybrid: which is the most comfortable sleep style?

 

Pocket Springs vs. Memory Foam: Comfort and Bounce

 

Hybrid Mattress:

Best for: easy movement

Pocketed spring mattresses are super bouncy and, as we've already explained, tend to make the sleeper feel more than the person lying on the bed. The lift of the innersprings means they have excellent mobility, which means you can move around on them with ease.

 

Not so good for: back pain

If you have back pain, innersprings may not be the best choice because the even sleeping surface will not conform to the contours of your body to ensure equal support everywhere. Because each spring pushes back with the same force, pressure points are unavoidable.

 

Comfort and Bounce

 

Memory Foam Mattress:

Best for: Minimizing motion transfer

Memory foam tends to minimize motion transfer, so you don't notice your partner's every move. For those of you with sit-down beds, this is a big selling point!

 

Not so good for: motion and bounce

Memory foam mattresses have little to no bounce, as the material is designed to absorb and contour to your body. Be aware of how "firm" a memory foam mattress is, and if you're concerned, choosing a hybrid mattress may be a good way to get the best both ways.

 

Minimizing motion transfer

 

Memory Foam vs. Hybrid Mattress: Temperature

Which mattress will keep you cool all night, but not too cool? Hybrid mattresses may have many layers of springs and padding, and built-in pocket spring mattresses are incredibly breathable. They allow natural flow between you and the mattress, which helps regulate body temperature, resulting in a cooler sleep than a memory foam mattress.

 

Compare that to memory foam mattresses, which are known for being temperature sensitive-they not only shape your body, but they adapt to your body as well. They get hotter with your body heat. Many sleepers complain that memory foam mattresses can make them feel overheated, especially in the summer. This is because the dense material used makes ventilation difficult.

 

 helps regulate body temperature

 

 

Conclusion

Hybrid Mattress

 

Best for:

 

Breathable qualities - Keeps you cool at night

Firm support - the more springs, the more even the support

Easy to move - you sleep on top instead of sinking in

Lasts approximately 10 years or more if rotated regularly

 

Memory Foam Mattress

 

Best for:

 

Back and joint problems

Allergies (no dust mites!)

Sports isolation

Cold people-memory foam gets warmer with your body heat

Longest life span-memory foam mattresses can last up to 12 years

 

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