Choosing a new mattress can be stressful, but this list will tell you the best way to choose a new one, if needed. To begin, if your mattress is eight years old or more, it is probably time to get a new one. If you wake up in pain or can’t get a good night’s sleep, that is also a good indicator that your mattress needs replacing. There are lots of choices for mattresses out there now, like hybrids, latex, memory foam, coils, pillow-top, and adjustable. Each of these cater to a certain kind of sleeper, or specific body pains, or even just comfort. You should try to assess what your biggest problem areas are and what you look for in a bed, and a certain kind of mattress may give you just that. You should also have a budget laid out for your bed. With the way things are today, you can get a great bed at an affordable price, but don’t skimp too much. Along with budget, you should consider what firmness you want, what position you sleep in, and how much you weigh. You want adequate support for your body type and something that will be comfortable for you to sleep on every night.
A third of your life is spent asleep, on your mattress. Make the most of this time with a good one. #HealthStatus
- 1Eight years is the typical lifetime for a mattress though some are designed to last longer.
- 2Figure out the type you need by figuring out how much support is necessary for your needs.
- 3Work within your budget but also realize that more expensive doesn’t always translate into quality.
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