Memory Foam

Memory Foam is a technology developed by NASA which is now used in many mattresses and pillows to assist in pressure relief and support. Unlike most other mattresses, memory foam doesn’t rely solely on the effects of gravity pulling you down to the bed for the bed to have the ability to shape to you. Memory foam can achieve this as it has an open-cell structure which responds to heat by softening and allowing the mattress to mold itself to the unique shape of the user, assisting in the relief of pressure effects and the filling in and support of hollows, such as the arch of your back.