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5 Signs That You Need A New Mattress

5 Signs That You Need A New Mattress

5 Signs That You Need A New Mattress

There is one thing you should never compromise with if you want to keep a good mental and physical state, and that is a healthy sleep. It's simply vital to take the time to sleep, especially on a comfortable bed in a quiet, darkened, not very warm, well-ventilated room.

Do you do it, however? And did you know that it’s advisable to get a new mattress after somewhere between seven and ten years of using your previous one? Even if your bed is comfortable, you need to regularly check if your mattress needs replacing.

If you’ve bought a mattress with a 10-year warranty, this means that you have bought a quality product that will keep its properties for as long as possible. But the warranty is not a promise that you will be comfortable on this mattress for the next 10 years. Nor that it will be healthy for your back, neck, and shoulders. If you’ve gone through some lifestyle change, some changes in you in your figure or in your health, they can affect the quality of your sleep.

How do we know if the mattress is up for a change if it doesn’t seem damaged, however? If your mattress has holes, bumps, and lacerations in it, it is easy to think that it’s up for a change. But what do we do if it looks… good?

Don’t just keep saying to yourself that the mattress “is all right” and it can do for a couple of more years. You might be right, but why not take a look at these five signs to make sure?

  • Every morning you wake up a bit numb and stiff. This should be happening, right – you’re supposed to get up as fresh and nimble as a spring, especially since your mattress is all right.

  • You feel like you’re falling in a hole. Your mattress has no visible bumps and unevenness on it, but when you lay down on it, a part of you just… falls into the mattress.
  • You can barely open your eyes in the morning. You’re sleepy, you feel fatigued even before getting up from bed, and you’re supposedly taking enough time for sleep, in a good, well-light and well-ventilated bedroom. There’s no apparent reason for you to still be sleepy. Unless, of course, you need to change your mattress.
  • When you sleep elsewhere – at a friend’s place or in a hotel – you seem to sleep better.
  • Your mattress hasn’t reached 10 years yet, but it’s reaching 7-8 years. As we said, it might look fine, it might still be in the range of its warranty, and to even be comfortable in certain positions, but it’s getting dusty and is now the home of some microscopic entities that are not you. Whatever you do, this is pretty much inevitable. Back problems, allergies, and breathing problems are not something to be taken lightly.

Investing in a new, high-quality mattress is not a small investment. Changing your mattress before its warranty expires is also not a pleasant feeling. However, health is what’s at stake here. Health, and the pure joy that comes with a good night sleep.

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