Queen Memory Foam

Are you looking for a queen memory foam mattress or topper, and getting a bit confused by all the hype and misinformation out there?

I'm glad you stopped by, and I think you'll be glad you stopped by as well.

Hopefully, by the time you've finished this page you'll have a very clear understanding of memory foam products and what makes good quality foam.

There are many people vying for your dollars and some of them aren't the most honest in their claims about their products.

The best thing you could do for yourself is to ask for my free report, "The 5 Deadliest Sins Most People Commit When Buying a Queen Memory Foam Mattress and How to Avoid Them."

In that report, you'll discover the secrets of how to judge good quality and cut through all the smoke and mirrors about memory foam.

The most critical thing you should remember of the 5 Sins is that density of foam is the most crucial determining factor in your ultimate comfort as well as the longevity of your mattress.

Queen memory foam mattresses, or any other size, should be of at least 5 lb density and toppers should be 4 lb. minimum density.

Denser foam will support your body better than less dense foam.

Denser foam will last 20 years, while less dense foam will not return to its full former shape in as little as 10-12 months.  Mid-range foams will last 5-10 years.

You'll find that your queen memory foam will readily conform to the shape of your body and then as you lie on it, the temperature of your body will transfer into the memory foam and cause it to further soften.

Injured areas of your body will often be fevered and that increased temperature will soften the mattress even more right where you want it.

Whether you sleep on your side, back or stomach (or a combination), you'll find memory foam to be very supportive and comfortable.

Because of the ability of a memory foam mattress to spread your weight out evenly over the surface of the mattress, you won't be as likely to develop pressure points.

Normal pressure points are created when your hips and shoulders are carrying most of the weight of your body. The circulation can be cut off in those areas and you'll turn over to relieve that pressure.

This causes you to turn as many as 60 times during the night and doesn't exactly make for a restful night's sleep.

The other hazard is that if you don't turn, your circulation will be cut off and cause your arms and legs to "go to sleep" or become numb. That's not healthy either.

You'll find a ton of helpful information in my free report so why don't you check it out at the link above?

For the past 5 years, I've helped thousands of people by giving solid advice on memory foam and memory foam products.

During that time, the same problems keep cropping up: companies and salesmen claiming that their foam is the best while promoting inferior products.

Finally, after many of you saying you wished I'd come up with a quality product that you could trust, I've found a manufacturer that will build a memory foam mattress to my rigid specifications but at a decent price.

You may or may not be interested in my product but you can at least check it out to see why I'm so happy to have found it. See it all here at the Memory Foam Mattress Store.

Also, beware of just ordering a mattress or topper by king, twin or queen size. Many manufacturers are making toppers that are 4" to 6" less than a standard-sized mattress. All my products are fully-dimensioned.

Queen memory foam mattresses and toppers are 60" x 80" in size.