Memory Foam

Memory Foam Mattresses | Comfort and Support | Next Divan

Our range of memory foam mattresses will make you feel like you’re sleeping on clouds. Offering strong spine support, they react and mould to the shape and contours of your body, perfectly supporting every curve and muscle as you sink in for a soft night’s sleep. They offer a unique sleeping experience like no other mattress, helping to regulate your temperature, supporting common pain points like back, neck and shoulders, all while adjusting to your body however you sleep.

We offer full memory foam mattresses that provide sumptuous foam across the full areas of the mattress, as well as memory foam encapsulated or quilted mattresses, that combine layers of memory foam with other fillings to enhance the support and provide that soft foam feeling.

All of our mattresses are handmade in our Yorkshire factory on-site, using modern techniques to ensure all are affordable, with no middleman to pay, we make and ship direct to your door.

With a great selection below, discover your ideal mattress online with Next Divan Beds at a price which makes luxury affordable to everyone. Next Divan pride themselves on their quality, and you can be assured that all our goods are checked throughout prior to despatch.

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One of the primary benefits of a memory foam mattress is the exceptional comfort and support they provide. Memory foam conforms to the body's curves, providing strong lumbar support and promoting neutral spinal alignment. This viscoelastic material reacts to body heat and pressure, moulding itself to the unique shape of each sleeper, conforming to the spine's natural curvature, cradling the shoulders, back, and hips to ensure proper alignment.

Correct spinal alignment is essential for overall health and comfort. When the spine is not properly supported, it can lead to a variety of issues, including back pain, neck pain, and poor posture. The conforming properties of memory foam help alleviate these problems by ensuring the spine maintains its natural S-curve throughout the night.

For side sleepers, memory foam's body-contouring abilities are particularly beneficial. It reduces pressure on the shoulders and hips, which are common problem areas for those who sleep on their side. Back and stomach sleepers also benefit from the spinal alignment provided by memory foam as it supports the natural curve of the lumbar region, preventing the lower back from sinking in too deeply and keeping the spine in a neutral position.

Memory foam mattresses are also the perfect choice for those of you with a fidgeting partner. Their excellent motion isolating properties can help ensure a more peaceful night’s sleep, due to its density and the way the foam absorbs any movements.

What’s more, memory foam is fantastic for those who suffer from allergies as it is naturally hypoallergenic. Made from a synthetic material that features a closed cell structure, these mattresses prevent the build-up of allergens like dust mites and pet dander. The tight, impenetrable structure of memory foam makes it very difficult for allergens to accumulate within the mattress, so you can sleep peacefully, allergy free.

To find the right memory foam mattress for you, it's important to consider several key factors that will ensure you get the perfect blend of comfort, support, and durability. Memory foam mattresses have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their ability to contour to the body's natural curves, providing unparalleled pressure relief and pain reduction. When shopping for a memory foam mattress, the first thing to look at is the foam density. As higher-density foams can offer superior longevity and support compared to lower-density options.

The lifespan of a memory foam mattress can vary depending on several factors, such as how frequently it is used and how well it has been cared for. Lower-quality memory foam mattresses may only last around 3 to 5 years, whilst those of a higher-quality can last up to 8 to 10 years. Over time, the materials in a memory foam mattress will naturally deteriorate, affecting the overall comfort and support it provides. Signs that it's time to replace a memory foam mattress include waking up with aches and pains, visible sagging or indentations, and increased allergy symptoms due to the buildup of allergens, bacteria, and dust mites. If you are starting to notice these things from your mattress, it might be time to consider a new one.

Memory foam density is an important factor when choosing a memory foam mattress, after all, the denser the memory foam, the more durable and supportive it tends to be. Higher-density memory foam, usually around 6 to 8 pounds per cubic foot, is longer lasting and can also better support those with aches and pain. Aside from mattress density, there are also several other key factors that play a significant role in the overall performance and feel of a memory foam mattress. For starters, the specific materials and layers used in the mattress construction can greatly impact how it feels. The hardness or firmness of the foam, which is measured separately from the density, is a major factor too. Mattresses with the same density can actually have very different firmness levels depending on the type and blend of foams used. So whilst choosing the right memory foam density is important, you must also consider how the foam has been utilised in the construction of the mattress to provide the benefits you require.

Your own personal sleep preferences and needs are a huge part of finding the right mattress. What feels comfortable and supportive for one person may not work as well for another, regardless of the mattress' density. Things like your body type, sleeping position, and whether you prefer a "hugging" sensation or more surface-level contouring can all significantly influence what type of mattress will be most comfortable for you.

Memory foam mattresses should be spot cleaned as needed using a mild detergent and water. Whilst the mattress cover can usually be removed and machine washed. It’s also advised to vacuum the mattress every time you change the sheets, so that you can keep your mattress clean from any dirt or bacteria that might settle there.