MIAMI, Sept. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Premium mattress brand, Magniflex, has used a proprietary technology to create a pain relieving mattress called MagniStretch. MagniStretch uses the pressure exerted by the body to gently stretch the back and spinal column. This subtle traction gradually increases space between the vertebrae, which improves blood circulation and alleviates back pain.
MagniStretch was built with a patented technology that was obtained in cooperation with the Mechanical Engineering Department of Zaragoza University. After a complex program of ergonomic tests, the patent was issued. Emeritus Professor of Orthopedics, Antonio Herrera Rodriguez had this to say about the innovative technology, "It leads to greater and quicker recovery with respect to intervertebral-disc height and relaxation of the musculature of the spinal column."
Six inclined foam layers use the body's weight to move pressure from the lumbar area to the cervical area and feet. This subtle movement stretches the back and distributes the weight evenly throughout the body. The Magniflex mattress is proven to dissipate pressure points and muscular contractions.
MagniStretch is also equipped with memoform, Magniflex's proprietary foam that is pressure sensitive, as opposed to heat sensitive, and contours to the body for long lasting support. The mattress cover is made from breathable, natural Viscose and Outlast fabric, a temperature-regulating material developed by NASA. The MagniStretch mattress line is OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified and 100% made in Italy. MagniStretch has become the most successful product launch in company history and five star reviews are continuing to pile up around this advanced, pain relieving technology.
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