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Ok, so memory foam is supposedly great if you have a bad back, but what type of affect will it have on Alzheimer's?
I've got an inferiority complex...
But not a very good one.
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For whatever it might be worth, I've owned two memory foam mattresses (not from Woot). First one was a Dormia, cost about $2000 and lasted just two years before the permanent softening & dent in the middle became unbearable. Second one was a genuine Tempur-Pedic, that cost nearly $3000, and it lasted about 18 months before the same thing happened. In both cases, the warranty was not honored (because those companies look for a dent by placing a straightedge across the mattress and looking for a low spot that has to be greater than a certain number of inches before it counts. That method won't "see" a problem caused by the foam softening and losing support, which is what both of my mattresses did.) Total hassle and waste of money in both cases.
Now, at $300 here from Woot, it might well be worth trying, because your investment isn't as high, so if the thing softens or dents after a year or 18 months, you're not out that much. (And the first few months sleeping on one before it sags is total bliss.)
Just don't expect to buy ANY brand of memory foam mattress, at any price, and have it last for a long time.
Really, I'm not blue, I don't have a ratty beard, and I NEVER wear pink.