An alternative to a mattress pad is a mattress topper. The similarities between the two are that they sit upon the bed, are airy and light. The key difference between the two is that a mattress topper does not have what they call an anchoring system. Mattress pad have anchoring bands, and that is why most people opt for a pad rather than a topper. Price wise they are more or less the same, depending on the brands you pick.
For those that prefer a softer mattress, perhaps the best option would be a memory foam mattress pad, which also happens to be one of the most popular. For those that don’t already know, memory foam is constructed of visco-elastic polyurethane and other chemical products that help to give the material its subtle firmness and resiliency. Memory foam is constructed using a series of layers, with the upper most layers giving the mattress its soft feel.
The material is able to retain some level of firmness through its core strength, without transferring too much to the surface. It’s a truly unique material and offers a feel that cannot be duplicated using any other process. The downside is that it can often make some users feel too warm, since the material is great at holding onto body heat. The other potential downside is the cost, with most high quality memory foam pads running between $200-300 for full size coverage. It’s important to realize, however, that this is still considerably less than a new mattress, which can range into the thousands of dollars.
First and foremost, foam pads for mattresses are frequently between 2 to 3 inches in terms of thickness. These are specially designed for you to slide them right over any mattress that you want. Because of their thickness, they are pliable enough that they can easily conform to your body’s contours and shape. This is something you cannot get from any ordinary flat mattress. With flat mattresses, your body would have to conform to the mattress itself, which should actually be the opposite.
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