Memory foam is made of polyurethane and added chemicals that increase its viscosity and density. Memory foam is firmer when cooler. High density memory foam reacts to body heat -- molding to a warm human body in a few minutes. A lower density memory foam reacts to pressure and molds quickly.
Regardless, memory foam products have become popular among chronic pain and arthritis patients looking for a comfortable bed and good night's sleep. Here are a few for you to check out.
Traditional, side-sleeper, wedge, queen, standard, or king -- all shapes, all sizes.
Adjusts to your body shape, weight, and temperature for mazimum comfort.
Goes on top of your existing mattress -- for added comfort and pain relief.
You can use this memory foam cushion in your car, office, or home. Designed to provide all day comfort. Manufacturer claims this is their most popular memory or viscofoam lumbar support cushion.
Designed to help wheelchair users. Provides more comfort and promotes good posture.
Primarily designed to eliminate pressure points and soreness for wheelchair and scooter users. Maximum comfort is the goal.
Promotes a good night's sleep. Conforms around you as you move. Comfort, good posture, and less pressure.