Mattresses that sink and don’t support

What a nice idea !! most of the cheap mattress are sinking. So we should careful when buy a mattress.

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  • One of the most common descriptions people use when labeling concerns or problems related to mattresses is sinking, but what does it mean when someone says they are looking for mattresses that so not sink? Do they mean mattresses that break down and develop body indentations or are describing a mattress’s lack of support that causes the body to sink or sag into the mattress in a bad way?

    If you are already experiencing the feeling it is not likely that you can fix it. However, often times you can prevent or even delay the problem. People often describe sagging mattresses as sinking in the middle. What they are talking about is 1 of 3 spots where sagging is likely taking place. This is especially true for adult couples who tend to stay on their respective sides of the bed. These people typically find the sinking feeling can be right in the middle of where we sleep. For couples who spoon or snuggle the sagging can be where their combined weight is concentrated the greatest on a regular basis. There are a number of reasons your mattress sags and sinks in the middle.

  • Most mattresses sit atop a box spring support. Despite the name, box springs are not usually springs at all, but are stiff metal supports and wood that form a solid foundation for the mattress to lie on. If these supports are broken or damaged in the center, the middle of the mattress may sink.

    Most mattresses sit atop a box spring support. Despite the name, box springs are not usually springs at all, but are stiff metal supports and wood that form a solid foundation for the mattress to lie on. If these supports are broken or damaged in the center, the middle of the mattress may sink.

  • If you have a platform bed, chances are you have plenty of support under you mattress. In spite of it’s name, most boxsprings don’t include a single spring. In fact they are often no more than stiff metal supports or a wooden box that forms a platform of support that gets the mattress off the floor and keeps the mattress from falling through the metal bed frame. If there is damage such as a broken support or bent steel, the mattress will sink where the damage has occurred.

How to Choose the Right Mattress

One of the more common complaints that people have about their mattresses is their tendency to sink in the middle. This problem is often referred to as sagging. A sinking or sagging mattress can be quite uncomfortable for a person trying to sleep, as she feels trapped in a valley in the center of the mattress. It is even more pronounced as a problem for couples who tend to roll together toward the center of the bed. Why you can't repair a mattress that sinks in the middle, you may be able to prevent or delay the problem.