Getting a good night’s rest every night is truly priceless since the quality of your sleep affects your mood and productivity for the entire day. This is why a good number of people are deciding to buy new memory foam mattresses to replace their “outdated” innerspring mattresses. However, this isn’t the only way to raise the quality of your sleep. If buying a brand new mattress is out of the question right now, you may be interested in buying a memory foam mattress topper instead.

Adding a memory foam mattress topper can easily breathe new life to a reasonably older mattress, making it an effective quick fix for when your needs have changed over the last three or five years. The best part is that these toppers are easy to find as they are readily available in respected mattress stores like The Healthy Bed Store. While browsing the selection of memory foam toppers, try to keep the following tips in mind to help you find the perfect one for you:

 

Research the Quality of the Memory Foam

How comfortable and durable a memory foam mattress topper will be is directly influenced by the quality of the memory foam used. The quickest way to test this would be to push down on the topper with an open palm for a few seconds and release it. You should notice your handprint slowly disappear over roughly six or seven seconds. This indicates dense, high-quality memory foam.

 

Look for Features Your Current Mattress Doesn’t Have

Certain “premium features” that did not exist a few years ago may have become more standard today. You may want to review the features of your existing mattress to give you an idea of the extra protection a particular mattress topper can provide. For example, some memory foam toppers have been designed to be hypoallergenic to prevent pollen and other allergens from accumulating. This feature is a boon for those suffering from allergic rhinitis.

 

Know How Large Your Existing Mattress Is

The last thing you want to happen is to buy a fantastic mattress topper only to find out that it’s too small for your mattress. Standard size classifications like “King” or “Double” do not necessarily apply across all manufacturers. There may be times when one’s king-sized bide is slightly wider than a same-sized mattress from another manufacturer. You’re better off actually measuring your mattress to give you a better idea of how large a topper you’ll need to get.

 

 

Sources:

What's the Best Mattress Topper?, thespruce.com