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GILIA orthopedic pocket sprung mattress
There's some mixed advice online, but most of the time a mattress refered to as 'orthopedic' or 'orthopaedic' just means one that is very firm or extra firm.
Despite the name, it isn’t necessarily the best mattress for a bad back as you should look for a mattress which suits your build and weight. Heavy people generally need firm mattresses whilst lighter and smaller people need a soft mattress. The idea is to sink into the mattress sufficiently so that you have a nice straight spine.
The orthopedic mattress is particularly firm. The orthopaedia mattresses are designed to provide you with maximum support throughout the night, gently supporting your back and joints, and minimizing your pain. Reliable support could disperses your weight, and reduces the stress on the spine, relieves the pain of stress points, and helps maintain natural spine alignment.
Those areas of your body that are given a high level of support are usually loaded at night.
The neck, back, buttocks and lower half of the body are especially suitable to ensure that you will not spend a sleepless night.
Affected by the research of orthopaedic medical, especially the diseases and deformities that focus on the spine and joints, orthopedic mattresses are specifically designed to solve your problems at night.
As a sturdy mattress, it provides tailor-made support for your body, especially for your back, by not letting your body sink in the middle, which is often the case with soft mattresses. If your mattress is too soft, your abdomen will often sink, which means your spine bends unnaturally, often causing back pain.
GILIA mattress prices range from £99 - £185, but this GILIA mattress combines pocketed coils and high-quality foam for cool comfort and endless support looks like a good balance between quality and price for anyone looking for a high quality mattress, but who doesn't own a Lamborghini. There are more reviews of this one than most others in the range and it's available in single, double, small double, king size.
What size is a single mattress size?
A single bed and mattress is 90cm wide and 190cm long. In imperial dimensions, this is equal to 3 feet wide and 6 feet 3 inches long. As the name suggests, they are ideal for one person. They’re also great for children as they account for all growth spurts from toddler right through to teen.
What size is a UK double mattress size?
A standard double bed and mattress is 135cm wide and 190cm. In imperial dimensions, this is equal to 4 feet 6 inches wide and 6 feet 3 inches long. As the most common size for a bed and mattress, they’re ideal for two people, especially when bedroom space is at a premium.
A firm pocket sprung double mattress could afford the firm support for you for a whole night.
What size is a small double mattress size?
In metric dimensions, a small double bed and mattress is 120cm wide and 190cm long. This is equal to 4 feet wide and 6 feet 3 inches long. They’re most suited to one person but can accommodate two adults if necessary. If your bedroom is smaller than average, small doubles are ideal, especially if you choose a divan or ottoman base which maximises storage.
What size is a king size mattress?
In metric dimensions, a standard king size bed and mattress is 150cm wide and 200cm long. This is equal to 5 feet wide and 6 feet 6 inches long in imperial measurements. King size beds are longer than doubles, making them perfect for taller people who need extra leg room.