How are they made and assembled?
Orthopaedic mattresses are made up of four layers, soft memory foam which offers comfort, a firm memory foam that offers support and a latex layer to help with supporting the mattress and keep its shape, and an innerspring layer that helps with durability and making the mattress look fuller
What materials and fabrics are used?
Memory foam, latex and innerspring are all used to make an orthopaedic mattress, soft materials are used as people who want an orthopaedic mattress usually suffer from pains and don’t want a firm mattress, they rather have a mattress that they can sink into and have surrounding support.
What makes them special?
Orthopaedic mattresses are better for spine alignment they are perfect for people who suffer from arthritis as It offers soft cushioning that helps them get a comforting sleep. They help with joint pains and they can help relieve pain over time.