If you’re serious about your sleep, then we’ve got what you’re looking for. If you imagine mattress technology as a brazen mountain climber trying to scale Everest, then think of a 5-Zone layout as the other guy who caught a helicopter to the top.
Zoning, like that in the Macoda Mattress, is a simple solution to an issue that has pretty much been ignored since people stopped sleeping on the floors of caves. Think back to your high school biology class and you might recall that the human body is not a uniform shape. We have curves, limbs, uneven weight distribution and so on. For something that you spend a third of your life on to not take this into account seems odd. Even today, a majority of mattresses are still stuck with your whole body getting the same level of support across the board. This is a simple problem, and thankfully there is a simple solution.
By using a 5-Zone layout, different areas of your body get targeted support, which ultimately means a more therapeutic sleep that feels way more natural. Heavier spots like the hips would normally sink deeper into a mattress, and this can be unpleasant to say the least. When you employ the idea of zoning, however, this heavy area gets increases support. Not only does this make it more comfortable, but it helps to align your spine and we don’t need to tell you why that’s a good thing. This idea is then carried throughout the mattress to provide the optimum ‘sleep setting’ for 5 main areas of your body.
Targeted support is great for all types of sleepers, as wherever you put your weight, it’s going to be looked after. This is especially true for side sleepers, where there is a greater concentration of pressure on the mattress areas. Without zoning, the sink or float of different areas can be downright uncomfortable and the lack of support can have negative effects on your body.
Ultimately, zoning is another push forward in the search for perfect sleep. By adding to comfort and therapeutic support, without compromising either, zoning just makes sense