Water Bed VS Memory Foam Mattress

There are many similarities between waterbeds and memory foam mattresses. The lying comfort is very similar because both types of beds are pressure-reducing and mould-forming.

However, a waterbed has many more disadvantages than a memory foam mattress. For example, you need to maintain a waterbed (add conditioner once every six months, a waterbed has energy costs (due to heating), and it can difficult to move or move a waterbed. Also, turning around on a waterbed is much more difficult than stepping on a memory foam mattress and getting in and out of bed.

 

The difference between memory foam and a waterbed

memory foam

High-quality memory foam mattresses have perfect lying properties because a good memory foam mattress distributes the weight of the sleeper/sleeper well and therefore reduces pressure. Memory foam becomes soft under the influence of heat, making memory foam a mould of the body. As a result, it distributes the pressure evenly across the entire body surface.

Body parts such as shoulders and hips can sink a little deeper into the mattress and ensure a good ergonomic sleeping position. Because it is precisely those points (shoulders and hips) that soften under the influence of your body heat. The blood circulation is not or hardly pinched, muscles remain smoother, and the skin completely bloodshed. With good memory foam, the ventilation is also good due to the open cell structure. Memory foam is antiallergic and CFC free.

Quality differences memory foam

In memory foam, there are many quality differences that one can hardly see but can often feel. For example, the temperature reaction is significant. If it is good memory foam, it will have to soften around the external body temperature (29 degrees). Some memory foam types do not react to temperature or hardly react to temperature. As a result, an important part of comfort is lost, and the memory foam actually does not work properly. If you choose a memory foam mattress, you must choose a high-quality memory foam mattress. Otherwise, you better avoid it. The lifespan of a good memory foam mattress is 15 years.

 

Conclusion on memory foam mattresses

A good memory foam mattress has a particularly high lying comfort, good ventilation, and no silage.

 

Waterbeds vs memory foam mattresses

There are many advocates of waterbeds. That’s also for a reason because the comfort of a good waterbed is great. However, there are quite a few disadvantages to a waterbed, especially if you compare it to a good memory foam mattress. The advantages of a waterbed are really huge. Everything is personally adjustable: temperature, hard/softness and after movement. A waterbed is also particularly hygienic. After all, no dust, sweat, bacteria, or dust mites pull into the plastic water bag.

But a waterbed also has many disadvantages. For example, it isn’t easy to get in and out. Is it much harder to turn around in bed? A waterbed has energy and maintenance costs. A waterbed may leak, or the heating element may break. It’s hard to move a waterbed.

The lifespan of a good waterbed is 10 years.

 

Conclusion on waterbeds

A waterbed stays clean, does not get silage and has a particularly high lying comfort. But it is difficult to get in and out of bed, turn during the night, has energy costs, and it is difficult to move.

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