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The Mattress Lady
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Air Mattress

An air mattress is more than just a pool toy or camping luxury, it's now also your guest bed and even primary bed. They are durable so you won't be likely to "blow a flat" during the night. They are covered with either flocking (the less expensive models) or quilting to keep you insulated from the plastic air bladders making for a more comfortable night's sleep. And the best part of an air mattress bed is you can create as firm or soft mattress as you want, just by adding or releasing air.

Air mattress beds have come a long way from when the term was used to describe those plastic things that you floated around in the pool on or those cheap air mattresses that you used to sleep on while camping. Now they also describe quality mattresses that employ comfortable air filled sections that help you to get a good night's sleep. The great benefit of an air mattress bed is that it is possible to customize the mattress to make it as soft or as firm as you would like. That is just one of the many reasons that an air mattress could be right for you.

You first need to learn what makes an air mattress different from other mattresses. An air mattress bed is made up of divisions that are filled with air to make the mattress firm or soft, according to the preference of the person who is sleeping upon it. Most of the queen and king sized air mattresses that manufacturers will try to sell you on the ability to make each side softer or firmer so that two people can be comfortable on their customized side of the mattress. This ability to increase or decrease the amount of air that you have inside of the mattress is a big benefit that most people love because they have control of how their mattress feels.

Another benefit is in your sleeping. Due to the air inside the mattress acting as your support, there are fewer pressure points on your body. This can help you to sleep more comfortably, without tossing and turning through the night. The air mattress hugs your body and gives you support where you need it, thus increasing your comfort level. If you are having trouble finding a mattress that will give you a restful nights' sleep, you definitely want to try an air mattress on your bed.

If you suffer from allergies, an air mattress bed could be right one for you. In most cases, air mattresses are constructed of hypoallergenic materials, which means that dust mites and other allergens will not breed and live on it. Other types of mattresses like innerspring mattresses, serve as a breeding ground for many allergens like dust mites, mold, and mildew, but air mattresses do not. Non-allergy sufferers also enjoy this mattress.

An air mattress bed is the right choice for you if you value your sleep time. If you think about it, you spend approximately one-third of your life in bed sleeping, don't you want that time to be spent in quality sleep rather than tossing and turning? Do your research about all of the mattresses available, including air mattresses, to ensure that you make the right choice for your body and for your rest. You will be glad you did.


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