Mattress Replacement 101

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Published on March 26, 2013

Mattress replacement tips from the expertsDo You Find Yourself Asking: Should I Buy A New Mattress?

You’ll spend a third of your life in bed, so your mattress plays a vital role in the quality of your health and well-being.

Buying a new mattress is a decision that you should think about carefully. Since most people replace their mattress every seven to ten years, you’ll have to live with your decision for a long time. For most people, comfort is the most important factor with support and durability close behind. When it comes to comfort, there is no right and wrong. Only what’s right for you. It’s worth the time and effort to find out which ObusForme mattress will best suit your needs.

How Do You Know When it’s Time For a Mattress Replacement?

Check your sleep set for the following symptoms to see if it’s time to replace your mattress set:

  • A valley has developed in the section of the mattress where you sleep

  • Sagging across the middle third of the mattress or along the sides makes you roll toward your partner

  • The mattress makes creaking noises

  • Soft, non-supportive edges are a sign of edge breakdown

  • You’re waking up sore or stiff in the morning

  • You’ve developed recurring back pain

  • Your current mattress is 7-10 or more years old

While Deciding When to Get a New Mattress, Consider the Following: Are you:

  • Always tired in the morning?

  • Have constant difficulty getting out of bed?

  • In need of a nap during the day?

  • Irritable?

  • Unable to concentrate?

  • Not sleeping well? Poor sleeping habits or sleep deprivation is usually the first sign of a low-quality or older mattress.

If even one or two of these conditions apply to you, it may be time to get a new mattress. Doing so could make a substantial difference in your quality of sleep, and ability to function during the day.

One thought on “Mattress Replacement 101

  1. Sleep quality is highly affected by the kind of mattress you lie on but like you said, you should only get a mattress replacement when you’re due for one.

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