Latex mattresses are made of latex foam, divided according to the force acting on the mattress. The middle part of the mattress is characterized by high resistance to pressure, while the lower and upper parts are more flexible. Thanks to the division into zones, the body is maintained in a perfectly horizontal position. Latex as a material used in mattresses is a very comfortable solution. It is very elastic material, so it properly supports the spine regardless of the position of the body. Its exceptional durability guarantees the mattress a long life. An additional advantage of latex mattresses is the lack of sounds that may arise during body movements.
A latex insert can also be used as an additional layer in foam, Bonnell and 7-zone pocket mattresses. Latex mattresses are available in versions with VISCO thermoactive foam which, when exposed to body temperature, adjusts its shape to the person’s anatomy, or coconut mat that hardens the mattress. Latex is a breathable material that can provide our body with the right level of ventilation while sleeping. This is particularly important for patients who require a long stay in bed. Latex has orthopaedic properties, so latex mattresses are especially recommended for young children as well as for people suffering from back pain and various spinal conditions. Latex mattresses block the development of mites and are therefore recommended for allergy sufferers. Customers also appreciate their antifungal properties, which makes them exceptionally easy to keep clean.