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Visco Mattress or Latex Mattress?

Visco and latex mattresses are the most preferred mattress types for a healthy and quality sleep. Knowing the differences between visco and latex mattresses is very important when choosing a mattress.

What are the Differences Between Visco Mattress and Latex Mattress?

They differ in terms of production stages, materials, structural and technical features.

Latex mattresses are produced by transforming rubber milk, which is a completely natural material, into sponge form. All-natural latex mattresses will be the right choice for people with allergy problems. Synthetic ones are also available in the market. Visco mattresses, on the other hand, are produced from special visco elastic material and supporting filling materials that fully support and grip the body. Used viscous The density of the material is important.

Both visco and latex mattresses support the spine and prevent muscle and joint pain. They relieve blood circulation as they minimize the pressure applied to the human body during sleep. However, we can say that a quality visco mattress reduces pressure and pain better than a standard latex mattress.

Latex mattresses are more perforated than visco mattresses, which will provide faster airflow so they do not sweat. If you are experiencing excessive sweating, you can choose latex mattresses. Standard viscose mattresses can sweat; but this does not apply to high quality visco mattresses. Morpho Sleep Visko Mattress is the most advanced level of smart sponge technology. Visco Cool Gel technology and COOLMAX® mattress fabric is used. Thanks to the cooling effect, sweating situations are prevented.

Both beds are open-celled and ventilated; It does not cause formations such as bacteria, fungus, mold, and does not create bad odor.

Latex mattresses do not limit mobility and allow the sleeping person to turn more often. Visco mattresses remember the sleeping position of the person, prevent frequent rotations and are ideal for those who are uncomfortable with frequent turning. Spouses are less affected by each other's movements, thanks to the ability of visco mattresses to reduce movement transfer. In latex mattresses, the movements of the spouses are felt more.