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    Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I am considering buying one with credit. The bed along with the frame and everything is about 1000. I just am trying to decide if I should get it or just a regular spring mattress with a memory foam comforter over it that wouldn't be nearly as much money.

    I've never slept on a memory foam mattress, just a pillow, but I keep hearing how great they are. I am willing to pay money for a good quality mattress that will last for years. Anyone have any advice?

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    This is something I have wondered about too so I will await reports with interest

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I slept on one in our hotel in Washington.

    It made me literally nauseous getting in and out of bed, but once I was asleep, it was okay.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I slept on one in Washington and it literally made me nauseous getting in and out of bed, but once you are asleep it is okay.

    Not my preference.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I have one and I love it. A blessing and a curse, I suppose, since sometimes, when I sleep on something that's not a memory foam mattress, it can be uncomfortable.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I don't like them because I sink into them too much and it is hard to get up from.
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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I bought the memory foam topper to place on top of my regular mattress. Definitely comfortable and since its only about 2 inches high, it doesn't cause issues like those above.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    If you like a firm mattress, a memory foam one is not for you.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    They are exciting when you first lie down on them because they feel solid and then you sink in. It leaves a perfect you-shaped indentation on the bed that makes it look like you're a piece of fancy stereo equipment packed in blow-molded styrofoam or something. When you get up, it gradually bounces back.

    But after a long night under the comforter, your body temperature causes that effect on the whole mattress, or at least most of it. So instead of being snuggled by a slab of high-teck memory foam, it feels more like rolling around on a piece of $8 ordinary foam that you would take camping in the woods to make the tent more comfy.

    Which is still damn comfy: I sleep very well on it. It's just that by morning, it isn't as magic any more.

    I would definitely recommend memory foam instead of one of those "pillow top" ones. That's just a bunch of marketing gimmick and some overdone quilting that makes the bed lumpy. Memory foam is the way to go for a smooth comfortable sleep.
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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    My friend has a memory foam mattress, and he swears by it, but I just don't like the feel of them.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    Memory foam tends to sleep hot, if that matters to you. Personally, I don't care for them.
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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    just got a new mattress a few months ago--what they are doing is combining old school ideas with some memory form---and the mattress is very good--it's a Sealy or some name brand---

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I don't like them. After a night on them, I get back ache.


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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I have a memory foam pad that goes on top of a regular mattress and I love it. I could never see myself going back to just a regular mattress again.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    I have a Rangeley Bed I got from L.L. Bean a few years ago, and I just use a futon mattress. No box spring. my futon mattress is a Serta and has springs inside, and is the most comfortable mattress I have ever slept on

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    We've had a Tempurpedic mattress for several years. Incredibly comfortable for sleeping. We don't find it hot like others have mentioned.
    I will forewarn you of a couple of things, though.......memory foam is designed to relieve all the pressure points on your body. In other words, it conforms to you and you "fit" into it. If you are in good shape with few aches and pains, then it's a great sleep.
    If, however, you have back issues or neck issues the mattress will not help you to feel better. It simply keeps you the way your body already is.
    My only other complaint is that it is very bad for having sex on. There is no bounce and it's kinda hard to get some traction on it, so to speak. This topic is even on the Tempurpedic forum / Q & A page ! lol
    We are actually looking to purchase a new mattress soon. Honestly, I'm not sure if i'd go with a memory foam again. I do love the way it sleeps, but I'm also willing to try a good quality regular style again, too.
    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    We bought a Tempurpedic Rhapsody two years ago and have been very happy with it. It sleeps very well and doesn't seem hot unlike others have reported. After a long day it feels great to feel the foam gently warm and support your body. Usually as this happens I find my entire back pops as my body settles into the bed. I will say that it can be disconcerting to wake and find yourself in your own personally shaped depression. If you can afford it I would recommend getting the adjustable base since this permits a number of very good positions for reading, tv and other far more enjoyable pursuits. I think the memory foam bed was well worth my money and it is easier to rationalize the price when you consider it against the 20 year life cycle of the mattress.
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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    dont know never tried them,, do you like them, are they good

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    For $1000 I got a custom-made verlo pillow-top that had a 10-year warranty.

    I, too, considered a memory foam but as has been mentioned, they tend to get rather toasty which I didn't like. I used a memory-foam pillow and it kinda felt like there was a heating pad in it.

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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    If Harke was toasty hot under the covers on a memory foam, does that make it a Dutch oven?


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    Re: Memory Foam mattress? Worth buying?

    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    Memory foam tends to sleep hot, if that matters to you. Personally, I don't care for them.
    Yep! I tried one, and thank god it had a return period. While comfortable, it was oven hot! Could not stand it after a while, and I did own a heated waterbed.

    In the end I bought a latex foam bed. It turned out to be the best of both worlds. Very comfortable and never too warm or cold.

    The memory foam isn't for everyone, especially if you move in your sleep. You will feel trapped in the damn thing!

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