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Memory Foam Mattress Officially Evolves in the Latex Bed

Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

Memory Foam Mattress Officially Evolves in the Latex Bed, and understanding what it means.

Latex mattresses are beginning to evolve into new memory foam mattresses. These mattresses have been popular in Europe for years. However, the new trend is beginning to sweep across America. Americans have chosen memory foam mattresses as their “mattress of choice” for years now. But, latex mattresses are beginning to take over the lead.

Latex mattresses come in many different sizes, styles, levels of quality and different prices. Generally, latex mattresses are very expensive. A good quality latex mattress can cost upwards of $2,000. People love latex because the new latex technology alleviates some of the disadvantages of memory foam mattresses. A common complaint of memory foam is that it retains heat, thus causing the sleeper to become uncomfortable while asleep. Latex mattresses don’t have this problem because the air pocket holes actually work to cool down the mattress in the summer months and keep it warmer during winter.

Latex mattresses have been specially designed to provide all-around support. Memory foam mattresses tend to have a supportive base and semi-supportive upper layer. Latex mattresses provide support throughout the entire mattress, rather than allowing the sleeper to “sink in” to the mattress core. Allergies have also been a problem for people who sleep on a memory foam mattress. Memory foam mattresses are not hypoallergenic and can cause problems for people who are sensitive to allergies. Latex foam technology works to resist dust mites, mold and mildew and is naturally hypoallergenic.

Lastly, people love latex mattresses because they are “green.” People everywhere have joined the “Green” movement and are looking to support products that are also green products. Latex mattresses are made from all-natural materials and are biodegradable. All in all, latex mattresses are completely “eco-friendly.”

Memory foam mattresses have been extremely popular in America for the last several years, and for good reason. They offer good comfort and support. However, there have been some complaints about the memory foam mattress. Because of these complaints, manufacturers have been working to create a mattress that provides the comfort and support of memory foam, but without the disadvantages. They have solved the problem with latex mattress. Latex mattress offer more support and comfort than memory foam mattresses do. They also are more temperature friendly, hypoallergenic and are green friendly. If you are in the market for a new mattress, try a latex mattress. They are quite expensive but you’ll soon find out why they are becoming so popular in America.

A Simple Guide To Memory Foam Mattresses

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008

A Guide to Memory Foam Mattresses

It’s about time your mattress started working for you. You’ve spent too many nights tossing and turning, just lying there wondering when you would finally fall asleep. You shouldn’t have to work hard to fall asleep than you do at your full-time job. You should be able to lie down on your bed and fall asleep within minutes.

Memory foam mattresses can give you what you are looking for. They are made to fit each individual body type and each individual sleeping position. Memory foam mattresses are the perfect solution if you are looking for a mattress to fit your body. Memory foam is made from a material that is designed to give you both comfort and support. It is designed to be “viscoelastic.”

This viscoelasticity is what makes memory foam mattresses perfect for everyone. As the memory foam warms up to your body temperature, it gently molds into whatever position you are in. When you get up, it eventually returns to its original form. The ability to conform to your body gives you comfort and helps relieve pressure points.

Here’s the big secret to buying memory foam mattresses…buy them online. You can save yourself hundreds of dollars when you buy your next memory foam mattress online. Here are the benefits:

1. You can shop in the middle of the night
2. You can shop in the middle of the day
3. You can shop whenever you want to
4. You won’t have to deal with those pesky salesmen that pressure you into buying something that won’t work for you
5. You won’t have to pay sales tax most of the time
6. You can have your new mattress set delivered directly to your home
7. You can often times get a better quality mattress
8. You can save money
9. You can save a lot of money
10. You can save hundreds of dollars

So, are you convinced yet? Take the time to shop for your next memory foam mattress online. You can save yourself a lot of money and it can actually be a pleasant experience. Keep in mind that some of the most expensive memory foam mattresses aren’t always the best quality. Check out the mattress customer reviews and the independent studies. You can be sure to get the best memory foam mattress for the cheapest price.

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6 Totally Amazing Benefits Of An All Natural Latex Mattress

Monday, September 15th, 2008

Here Are The Main Benefits Of A Natural Latex Mattress

Latex mattresses aren’t becoming hugely popular for no reason. Latex mattresses are made from the material that comes from a rubber tree. Latex is biodegradable and can provide a natural cushion and support. There are so many benefits for choosing a natural latex mattress. Here are the main benefits of a natural latex mattress.

1. Sensitive skin. There are so many mattresses out there that harm sensitive skin. People with sensitive skin have to be careful what touch their skin. Latex mattresses are the perfect mattress for people with sensitive skin. It won’t irritate sensitive skin. There aren’t any harmful chemicals either.

2. Hypoallergenic. People who suffer from allergies or asthma know that dangers from using a mattress that isn’t hypoallergenic. Mattresses that aren’t hypoallergenic are a breeding ground for dust mites, bed bugs, mold and mildew. Latex mattresses are completely hypoallergenic and completely resist dust mites, mold, mildew and bed bugs.

3. Breathable. Latex mattresses are completely breathable. This means that the mattress will help keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Memory foam mattresses can make you warm in the summer and cool in the winter. Don’t let your mattress keep you from being the right temperature while you sleep.

4. Firmness. Some mattresses only give you one or two options of firmness. Not latex mattresses. Latex mattresses come in a variety of different firmness levels. You can be sure to get the right level of firmness for you and your spouse.

5. No toxins. Latex mattresses do not contain any harmful chemicals or toxins. You won’t get a mattress that has an undesirable odor and you can be sure it is safe to sleep on.

6. Good for the environment. Latex mattresses are good for the environment. Natural latex is biodegradable. Even the process that manufactures the mattresses is environmentally safe. There aren’t any toxins or chemicals released into the environment at any point during the entire process.

Here is a pictures of what the all natural latex looks like, so you can get a better idea:

all natural latex

There are so many benefits to sleeping on a natural latex mattress. In fact, there really aren’t any downsides to latex mattresses. If you want to sleep on a comfortable and supportive mattress that doesn’t have any disadvantages, get a latex mattress.

Which Sleeping Position Is Best For You

Thursday, September 11th, 2008

Rocky Mountain Mattress wants to know through this little un official poll we are conducting – Which is best for you, i.e. stomach, side or back?

The way you sleep at night can have a profound impact on your health and how you feel when you wake up. Sleeping positions can also show a correlation between the way you sleep and your personality. Studies have shown that sleeping on your stomach with your arms extended by your head aids in digestion. Sleeping on your back leads to a bad night’s rest and snoring. Take a look at the different sleeping positions and the affect they have on your personality.

If only we could all sleep like a baby huh?

sleeping like a baby

Fetal Position-In this position, you lie curled up in a ball and clench a pillow. This is the most popular sleeping position. It represents someone who is appears to be tough on the outside, but it shy and sentitive on the inside.

Soldier Position-You sleep in the soldier position if you lie flat on your back with your arms directly at your sides. This sleeping position represents someone who sets high standards for themselves and those around them, but remains quiet and reserved. It leads to poor sleep and snoring.

Starfish Position-If you lie flat on your back with your arms and legs extended, you sleep in the starfish position. Although it indicates a good listener and someone who makes friends easily, it also leads to poor sleep and snoring.

Freefall Position-This is not a very common sleeping position. This sleeping position is where you lie flat on your stomach with your arms by your head or ears. It represents someone who is brash and gregarious outwardly. However, criticism makes them very nervous and sensitive inwardly. Although this is not a common sleeping position, it has been found to aid in digestion.

Log Position-Do you lie on your sides with your arms by your sides and your legs extended? If you do, you sleep in the common log position. This position indicates that you are social and easygoing.

Yearner Position-This position is similar to the log position, but with your arms extended as well. It indicates someone who is cynical and suspicous.

Take a look at these common sleeping positions. Which sleeping position do you favor? Let us know how you sleep. Take the poll below by leaving a comment and letting us know your favorite sleeping position.

Fetal Position
Soldier Position
Starfish Position
Freefall Position
Log Position
Yearner Position

15 Reasons You Should Be Sleeping On A Memory Foam Mattress

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

Why Should You Buy Memory Foam Mattress? Here are 15 reasons why you should be sleeping on a a memory foam bed, and this information comes from clients who use to sleep on traditional spring mattresses, but now sleep on memory foam. Again, this information was gathered from a poll we took recently, so we hope you enjoy!

There are so many reasons to buy a memory foam mattress. No matter what you are looking for in a mattress, the memory foam mattress has it. Here are some of the reasons why you should buy a memory foam mattress today.

1. It offers the best night’s sleep because it conforms to each individual person.
2. It is extremely cost effective because you won’t have to worry about buying another mattress and you’ll be getting a great night’s sleep.
3. Memory foam mattresses are the most durable mattresses out there because they don’t wear down as quickly as traditional mattresses do.
4. Memory foam mattresses don’t have any pressure points because they aren’t made of springs or coils.
5. They help alleviate your pressure points by conforming to your natural body shape.
6. You won’t wake up with morning soreness because it takes away pressure points.
7. No more tossing and turning for you. You’ll finally be able to get the rest you deserve.
8. You won’t be disturbed by the movements of your partner.
9. Memory foam mattresses suit everyone’s needs. Whether you prefer a soft mattress or a firm one, you’ll soon only prefer a memory foam mattress.
10. It keeps you comfortable all night long.
11. Memory foam mattresses provide unmatched comfort and support.
12. It distributes your weight and pressure evenly throughout the entire mattress.
13. You won’t have to try different mattresses anymore because you will have found the perfect mattress for a perfect night’s sleep.
14. You have the option of buying a complete mattress set or going with a memory foam mattress topper; either way, you’ll enjoy the benefits of a memory foam product.
15. Everyone is doing it.

memory foam mattress

These are just a few of the reasons why you should buy a memory foam mattress. Memory foam mattresses really are a miracle product and will give you the comfort and support that you have been looking for. They are extremely cost effective and popular because they really deliver what they promise.

5 Tips For Using Memory Foam Mattress Pads

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

How to Use Memory Foam Mattress Pads

Memory foam mattress pads were first used in the 1980s in hospitals. The memory foam mattress pads were seen as a miracle product that helped alleviate the pressure points and bed sores from bedridden patients. When these pads were finally introduced to the general public, they sold at ridiculously high prices. Fortunately, memory foam mattress pads are extremely well-priced today. If you are looking to enjoy the benefits of memory foam, but can’t afford to purchase an entire mattress set, go with a memory foam mattress pad.

memory foam mattress pad

Memory foam mattress pads, memory foam mattress toppers, memory foam pads, memory foam toppers are all different ways of describing the same product. You can easily enjoy the comfort and support of a memory foam mattress at a fraction of the price. Here are the steps to use a memory foam mattress pad.

1. Buy a good quality memory foam mattress pad. You can find great deals on these pads online. Rocky Mountain Mattress has fabulous prices and excellent products. Start there to find your mattress pad.

2. Place the pad on your existing mattress. In order to get the most benefit from your memory foam mattress pad, you need to make sure that you place the pad on a mattress that still has support. A mattress pad can only do so much and needs to be put on a traditional mattress that still has some life in it.

3. Break it in. As with other products, you need to break the memory foam in for a few weeks. If you want to speed up the process of breaking it in, sleep directly on the foam rather than putting a bed sheet on it. Remember that the foam needs a chance to adjust to your body. This should take at least a few weeks.

4. Lower your room temperature. Memory foam mattresses are made to be temperature sensitive. This is because it uses your body heat to warm up the material so that it can adjust to your natural body shape. Because of this, it may cause you to be too hot while you sleep on it. Most people do not have a problem with this. If it is a problem for you, try lowering your thermostat before going to bed each night or sleeping without the top sheet.

5. Use a cover. Take care of your memory foam mattress. It is going to be a great investment for you to get a great night’s sleep. Protect it from spills or rips by using a protective cover. You can also find these bed covers at Rocky Mountain Mattress. (see pictures below)

protect a bed mattress cover

elite protect a bed cover

elite protect a bed

Using a memory foam mattress pad can give you all of the benefits from using a memory foam mattress, but with minimal cost. If you want to get the most from your mattress pad, use it correctly. Also, make sure you take care of it so that it can last for a long time. Find the right memory foam mattress topper and enjoy sleeping on the best material out there.

Green Memory Foams By Foamex, Featuring All Natural Aerus Memory Foam Now At Rocky Mountain Mattress

Saturday, September 6th, 2008

Foamex has recently expanded its line of open-cell, breathable, “green” memory foams through the Aerus Natural family of memory foams. Aerus Natural foams are environmentally friendly foams manufactured with renewable resources. One of the key ingredients in these foams is derived from natural-based renewable resources, thereby “replacing portions of the petroleum-based polyols traditionally used in foam-making.”

By introducing this new line, Foamex is expanding on the success of the original Aerus memory foam launched in 2006. The first Aerus was specifically designed as an open-cell memory foam for a cooler, more comfortable sleep surface. The new Aerus Natural family is an enhanced and expanded line featuring a range of densities – 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, and 8.0 pound.

Rocky Mountain Mattress proudly carries this line of Aerus Natural products. Just one more green solution from Rocky Mountain Mattress.

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What Position Do You Like Better

Friday, September 5th, 2008

What position do you like sleeping in that is … what did you think this post was going to be about? Being in the mattress industry I often wonder how do most people sleep, i.e. side, stomach, or back sleepers … so I did some research.

Before I get into it, I wanted to share a picture of a funny sleeping position:

funny sleeping positions

Did you know there is a correlation between the position you sleep in and your personality? It may sound wacky, but it is actually true. The Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service recently conducted a study to show the correlation. They found that as a person chooses a certain sleeping position, it shows their subconscious body language, which affects their personality traits. The SAAS conducted the study by choosing a large number of random, hotel guests.

They identified six major sleeping positions. These are the fetal position, the soldier position, the starfish position, the freefall position, and log position and the yearner position. Interestingly enough, these positions did, in fact, relate to their individual personality traits.

Over 51 percent of the women that participated in the study slept in the fetal position. Forty-one percent of all participants slept like this. They curled up on their sides and clenched a pillow. This sleeping position leads to a person who is shy and sensitive, although they tend to hide behind a tough exterior to the rest of the world.

Eight percent of the participants slept in the soldier position. They laid flat on their backs with their arms directly at their sides. This position indicates that the person is quiet and reserved. Although they are quiet, they set high standards for themselves and those around them. Five percent of people slept in the starfish position. These people were found lying on their back with their arms and legs outstretched. These people tend to be those who are good listeners and who could make friends easily. In addition, these people do not like to be the center of attention.

The study found seven percent of people in the freefall position. These people laid on their stomachs with their arms near their ears or head. The freefall position indicates someone who makes brash decision, yet is inwardly nervous about criticism. Fifteen percent of people slept in the log position. They laid on their sides with their legs extended and their arms at their sides. These people have proved to be easygoing and very social. Thirteen percent of people slept in the yearner position. This is similar to the log position but with the arms extended as well. This sleeping position proves to lead to a cynical and suspicious personality.

The SAAS did not only link sleeping positions to personality traits. The study also showed what sleeping positions affect one’s health. They found the freefall position to aid in digestion. The starfish position and the soldier position led to a bad night’s rest and snoring.

As you can see, over seventy-nine percent of the participants slept on their sides. Thirteen percent of people slept on their backs. Only seven percent of people slept on their stomachs. Take a look at how you sleep and if this study proves the link between your sleep and your personality.

Rocky Mountain Mattress Reviews And Testimonials

Thursday, September 4th, 2008

Even the short testimonials are some sweet ones, and we love a couple that we recently received from a couple satisfied Rocky Mountain Mattress customers. We thank you both for your testimonials and the people you send our way. It does not go un-noticed!

My Mom loves the new mattress that I put on her bed. I will be shopping with you for some more mattresses and also telling my friends and family how wonderful your mattresses are.

Debbie Braswell


We really love this one because a couple founding members of Rocky Mountain Mattress attended college for a spell at Eastern Arizona College, which is close to Duncan Arizona, where this testimonial came out of. There are many people in that area that have campers, and RVs and love to spend time in the outdoors. We are just glad we can make the experience a more comfortable one!

Thank you so much! The mattress and pillows arrived yesterday and they are wonderful. From the sale to delivery everything has been beautiful. The fit is prefect. Thanks so much. We will be in touch, to have custom cushions made for the RV.
Great job,

Bill And Kay S.
Duncan, AZ.

The Totally Suprising Truth About Bioflex Medical Magnets

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Because Rocky Mountain Mattress sells beds, and other various bedding related products (pillows etc) with the Bioflex Medical Magnets in them, I am often asked the question – Do Bioflex medical magnets really work in a mattress?

Sleep is one of the most important aspects of overall health and well-being. You can’t function properly or effectively without a productive night’s sleep. Over 50 million Americans suffer from a chronic sleep disorder. This can include sleep apnea, insomnia or narcolepsy. Studies have shown that on average, 25 percent of Americans do not get enough sleep. What is being done to help combat the rising problem of sleep disorders?

Bioflex Magnetic Sleep Pads were strategically designed with the help of scientists, engineers and medical professionals. These medical magnets are said to be the “most advanced and effective products of their kind for their ability to help us get a good night’s rest naturally.” But, do they really work in a mattress?

Reports prove that these static magnets, which never needs replenishing, have an astounding affect on the blood. The magnet affects charged particles in the blood, helping the blood vessels to expand. This allows a larger amount of nutrient-rich blood to flow, which increases healing and growth time. Increased blood flow also helps you feel well-rested after a good night’s sleep.

Athletes and body builders swear by these magnets. They understand that recovery time is faster as blood flow to a muscle is increased. Bioflex magnets do just that. Amateurs, college athletes, Olympic athletes and professionals have seen the benefits for using a magnet in their mattress. They all try to increase training naturally and have found Bioflex to be the best product.

Magnets are used along with traditional methods (ultrasound, hydrotherapy, massage, etc) to help speed up the healing process. Magnets are becoming extremely popular in healing injuries such as carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, muscle strains, ligament strains or tendon strains. All you have to do is apply the magnet to the affected area.

If you are still unsure about the benefits of a Bioflex medical magnet, talk to your doctor or personal trainer. Try one of these magnets in your mattress and see how long it takes for you to start feeling better. Don’t risk your sleep just because you are skeptical of this product. Try it for yourself.

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