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Sealy Mattresses for a Great Night's Sleep

Updated on August 13, 2013

Sealy Mattresses

Sealy mattresses have been helping many people get a good night's rest since the latter part of the 19th century. In the early 1950s the company became extremely successful due to their Posturepedic line, which aims to correctly support the body and improve or prevent conditions such as a badly aligned spine and back ache. When looking for a new mattress, it is very important that you choose one that correctly supports your body from head to toe. The mattress should be made of materials that reduce the need to toss and turn, as well as being comfortable to lie on.

Sealy mattresses were originally made of compressed cotton, but you now have a choice of latex foam, memory foam or innerspring mattresses.

Furthermore, Sealy mattresses can be purchased in many sizes: you can opt for the Twin or Full; both of these also come with the option of extra long for tall people. Then there is the Queen, the Split Queen, the King or the California King. Because Sealy recognizes that everybody has a different opinion about what constitutes a comfortable mattress, you also have a choice of firmness. The Ultra Plus mattress is the least firm that Sealy produce, the Plush mattress is somewhat less soft, Cushion Firm is fairly firm, while their hardest option is named "Firm."

The Benefits of a Sealy Posturepedic Mattress

The Sealy Posturepedic mattress incorporates a design that is known as "XT" which offers more support on the entire bed including the edges. It also has a push back feature to help your body remain aligned while you sleep. Sealy have many researchers that include some of the most knowledgeable back specialists from around the world, and are constantly trying out new ideas that help relieve pressure on certain parts of the body. This additionally leads to a more restful sleep as you are not so likely to move around when sleeping,

A Sealy mattress is also very beneficial for those who sleep with a partner, particularly if one partner is significantly heavier than the other. On a regular mattress this would lead to the bed dipping on the side of the heaviest partner, and the lighter person will be sleeping on an irregular surface. This is extremely bad for the back of the lightest person and can also be uncomfortable. It is also not optimal on hot nights when people prefer to sleep apart in a bid to try to keep cool.

Because a Sealy mattress is very sturdy, and the weight of the people sleeping on it it is spread evenly over the surface of the mattress, you will find it does not dip in the center, even when one partner weighs more than the other.

A Sealy Mattress will help reduce the pain from a bad back
A Sealy Mattress will help reduce the pain from a bad back

Protecting Your Sealy Mattress

When purchasing a Sealy mattress, do not forget to also buy a mattress protector. You might think these are only necessary for young children who may have bed wetting problems, but there are many benefits to protecting your mattress and prolonging its life.

A mattress cover will help prevent your mattress from accidental spills. You will be able to drink your morning cup of tea in bed without worrying about damaging the mattress.

Another less considered reason to use a mattress cover is that it can help prevent against allergies; children in particular are prone to dust and mold allergens from bedding,


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