Latex Hybrid Mattress: Understanding The Benefits

Latex Hybrid Mattress: Understanding The Benefits

Organic Latex Hybrid Mattress:
Understanding The Benefits Of A Latex Mattress

There used to be two main types of beds that you could get: the coil base, which is typically used in innerspring mattresses and known for its bounce; and then there is the foam-base beds that are contouring. Although both these types of mattresses have their own pros and cons, in the end, mattress companies sought to create a mattress that could answer the common complaints of customers. This is where the latex hybrid mattress makes its grand debut.

 

What is a Latex Hybrid Mattress?

Natural latex is harvested from the rubber tree and can then be transformed into mattresses. Compared to your usual foam mattresses, latex tends to be bouncier, more comfortable, and heat resistant.

 

There are two types of materials that are used in manufacturing latex mattresses - natural latex and synthetic latex. Natural latex is formed when the milk harvested from the rubber trees hardens. Synthetic latex is created through vulcanization; a process in which the rubber is hardened with the use of chemicals.

 

A latex hybrid mattress is essentially a combination of the two, where beauty and comfort are rolled into one. The quality of latex hybrid mattresses depends on the ratio of natural and synthetic latex used. The higher the amount of natural latex is used, the greener it is.

 

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Benefits of a Latex Hybrid Mattress

 
We all know that a memory foam mattress and an innerspring mattress are among the most common choices when looking for a new bed. Memory foam typically contours around your body for pressure relief, while innerspring support gives you that traditional mattress bounce. But what if you could get both? If you want to get the best of both worlds, then look no further than a Latex Hybrid mattress.
 
Now, why should you prioritize latex in your mattress search? Let us break it down:

 

1- Comfort

When shopping for a new mattress, comfort is probably on the top of your list. While memory foam is known for its contouring and conforming properties, latex offers all of that as well - but without the sinking part! Latex foam resists the weight of your body more, giving a greater sense of buoyancy. This allows for comfort no matter the sleeping position - whether that's stomach, side, or back.

 

2 - Temperature

Compared to foam mattresses, latex mattresses just naturally sleep cooler. This is actually because of their cell structure. Memory foam has a closed-cell structure, allowing it to trap heat; latex foam has an open-cell structure which allows for increased airflow. Add in the traditional hybrid open coil system, and that allows the air to circulate even more freely within the mattress.

 

3 - Life Span

Latex hybrid mattresses can last longer compared to memory foam mattresses; denser foams typically last longer than lighter ones. The latex comfort layer also creates durability for the mattress because of its elasticity, while pocketed coils result in reduced constant coil wear and tear over the years.

 

4 - Motion Transfer

What else can you expect from a hybrid mattress? If you are not a fan of waking up at night because your partner is changing his or her sleep position, you will find that a latex hybrid bed can help keep you sleeping soundly. Of course, the reduction of motion transfer is significantly felt when you are using a memory foam bed; but the minimal bounce back & denser foam uniquely provided by latex allows for it to be a strong contender for those looking for less jostling at night.

 

5 - Support

Waking up with aches and pains in the morning can be a result of a mattress lacking support. If you've ever felt stuck or swallowed by a memory foam mattress, you're not alone. One of the most notable differences between latex and memory foam is the way it envelops your body. Memory foam slowly contours to your body, shifting to accommodate every inch. While Latex creates a similar feel, it adds support against those critical pressure points so your body is always in the optimal position for less night-time tossing & morning aches.

 

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The Last Word

Mattress shopping can be challenging and overwhelming. People tell us all the time that…

  • There are too many choices.
  • They need to feel a bed before buying it.
  • They’re not sure if they really need a new mattress.


We hear you–and we’re here to help. We bring the mattress showroom to your bedroom by offering a 365-night risk-free trial. Sleep on the Awara for an entire year to decide if it’s the best bed for you. We also include free shipping and returns plus a Lifetime Warranty™, There’s nothing to lose (except for your old, worn-out mattress and sleepless nights).

 

At Awara Sleep, you will find the right hybrid mattress for your home which will help you get the best night’s sleep that you deserve, naturally.