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Tips and Tricks for a New Mattress

Purchasing the perfect mattress for you can be challenging, especially when making decisions on size, firmness, and durability.  That’s why we want you to have this quick guide to make your purchase as easy as possible.


When choosing a mattresses, the amount available to you can seem daunting. Here are 3 types that can help make you more knowledgeable when purchasing the right one for you:

Innerspring: These mattresses contain coils that distribute the body weight evenly throughout sleep. The more coils, the more support the mattress provides.



Foam: Foam mattresses mold to the body without transferring motion causing your partner to sleep peaceful throughout your movement. The thickness of foam determines the comfort level; Magniflex offers different levels of comfort from extra firm to extra plush and everything in between.


Tip: Magniflex mattresses use memoform foam that is highly breathable providing you with a cool sleep.

Hybrid: This is the best of both worlds; a mix of innerspring and memory foam. This benefits those with muscle and joint pain and contains good support, contours to the body and is cost effective.

Tip: iComfort mattresses from Serta combines high-tech features and ultimate comfort and support to get you your best sleep yet!


Lifestyle Base: These mattresses allow you to adjust the height of your head, feet and other body parts, mitigating problems such as snoring, poor circulation, or asthma. 


One of the most important aspects of buying the right mattress is finding the right amount of support. You need a mattress to counteract your body weight and give the right areas the right amount of support; keeping your back in alignment is the main goal. Constant movement during the night to find this alignment causes you to wake up out of a deep sleep resulting in fatigue in the morning.

Tip: Magniflex mattresses are Italian made and ECKO-TEX certified, guaranteeing that each component of the end product is free of toxic substances or any substance that is harmful to humans or the environment.


Besides the basic personal requirements like mattress size and comfort, here are a few main aspects to consider when picking the right mattress for you.

·        Distributes weight evenly.

·        Minimizes motion transfer.

·        Conforms to your curves.

·        Regulates temperature (as opposed to one that traps heat).

·        Has reinforced edges (foam-encased).

·        Has quality stitching and construction.

TIP: Spend at least 10-15 minutes on the mattress before purchasing to make sure you buy the one for you!

The average person spends 1/3 of their life sleeping, make sure you get the most out of it!