Well designed mattresses can solve these problems, whether they are of the pocketed spring or innerspring design. You never sleep on top of the springs themselves, but on layers of foam between your body and the springs. These layers are chosen for their particularly properties, and the more you pay for your mattress, then the more comfortable and supporting these layers should be.
Innersprings and Pocketed Springs. With innerspring mattresses, the springs are joined together, so that when one is compressed, its neighbors are also compressed because they are joined. That then affects your partner sleeping beside you. In some cases, this effect can be minimized by alternating the coiling of the springs, but not eliminated.
The cover of the mattress also matters! A good cover should enable the mattress to breathe and dry out rapidly - everybody perspires to some extent when sleeping, and it is important that the cover allows a good degree of ventilation. A natural bamboo fiber acts as a wick, pulling perspiration away from your skin and enabling it to easily evaporate. Bamboo fiber can absorb three times its own weight of moisture, but also enables your bed and mattress to breathe offering a much more comfortable sleep than without it.
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