Jensen® Original Zone System provides proper support for the entire body when resting and asleep. Support for the curve of the back, in combination with a soft shoulder zone, is the key to an optimal sleep experience. The zone system is based on self-evident and natural principles. Most people are wider in the hip and shoulder areas and narrower and heavier around the waist. Since the main purpose of a mattress is to support the body, the division into zones provides more equal and comfortable support where the shoulders and hips sink deeper into the mattress, with firmer support for the heavier waist area. The effect is the same regardless if you lie on your back or on your side.
THE RIGHT SLEEP POSITION
Our experts recommend that sleeping on your side or back will ensure your body is well rested after a comfortable night’s sleep. Other sleeping positions expose the body to higher loads while resting. We assume that you are physically able to lie on your side or back, and that you have no health problems or disabilities that might make it difficult or impossible to do so. Getting used to a new way of lying in bed takes a little time and training but once your body has become used to this new way, you will find that you sleep more peacefully and are more rested when you wake up.
AN EXCESSIVELY HARD MATTRESS
Hips and shoulders do not sink into the mattress and as a result the waist and lower back are not supported.
AN EXCESSIVELY SOFT MATTRESS
The body sinks too far into the mattress, like when in a hammock, and the spine is unnaturally curved.
A PERFECT MATTRESS
The mattress gives the body equal and comfortable support. Hips and shoulders sink into the mattress so that the waist and lower back are perfectly supported.
ON YOUR BACK
The best position to lie in bed is on your back, especially if you have a relatively soft mattress or an adjustable bed.