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New Mattress and/or Latex Topper for a Bulging Disc and Fibromyalgia.

Mike writes:
Hi Pete,
My wife has a bulging disc and also suffers from Fibromyalgia. 
After reading your blog, I’m torn between getting one of your latex toppers, a new mattress, or both. 
We have a pillowtop mattress that isn’t helping with either problem.
We are average size people in our 40s. 
Any help would be appreciated. Mike.

Hi Mike

Your wife’s problem has a duality to it…an interior spinal problem that requires firm support and the exterior problem of fibromyalgia, which requires a soft sleeping surface.
The mattress you have, being a pillowtop model, is lacking in both areas.
Frankly, you’d do better by starting with a new mattress.

I suggest one that provides firm, contouring support and a plush surface.

It’s important to buy a mattress with NO Memory Foam.
A good option is the Brolynn Plush, an Old Fashion Quality Two Sided Mattress.
Shown here:
A Pure Bliss 3″ Plush Natural Talalay Latex Topper will provide additional surface comfort.
Latex is the best quality upholstery material, remaining like new for many years.
However, I suggest getting the mattress first. It may be all she needs.
You can always add the latex topper, later, if needed.
Shown here:
Both products come with Free Delivery and there’s NO Sales Tax.

VERY IMPORTANT:
Keeping your mattress clean and dry will increase longevity.
Use our Organic Cotton Waterproof Mattress Protector. 

Thanks, Pete

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2 Comments
  1. Hello, I may also be interested in this mattress due to lower back pain. However, you state there is no memory foam yet the details specify the firm and plush layers are lined with 2″ polyeurethane foam. Am I missing something?

  2. You seem to be equating polyurethane foam with memory foam.
    They are not the same….not even close.
    Previous to the widespread use of memory foam, most mattresses had been upholstered with
    polyurethane foam.
    From the early 70s until about 10 years ago, polyurethane was used, primarily.
    During that time, mattresses routinely lasted a decade or more.

    All foams are pressure sensitive.
    But only memory foam is also temperature sensitive.
    Memory foam softens as it warms from your body heat.
    It absorbs your body heat and then reflects it back to you…sleeping hot.
    Due to memory foam’s heat sensitivity, it isn’t very resilient.
    It doesn’t take long before memory foam has lost all support…allowing you to sink through it.

    What makes memory foam so valuable…to those selling it…when you get out of bed,
    the memory foam returns to it’s original shape…so that you are highly unlikely to prevail in a
    warranty claim.
    So, you have to buy a new mattress every couple/few years…depending on how heavy you are.

    No other type of foam behaves in this manner, nor as poorly as memory foam.

    I hope that clears things up for you.

    VERY IMPORTANT:
    Keeping your mattress clean and dry will increase longevity.
    Use our Organic Cotton Waterproof Mattress Protector.
    https://themattressexpert.com/bedding/gotcha-covered/protectors/

    Thanks, Pete
    Website: http://themattressexpert.com/

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