Like a good pair of running shoes helping you run faster and prevent injuries, a good mattress will help you sleep better and deeper. A pair of shoes or a mattress couldn’t accompany you during the lifetime while maintaining good features as the first days. Below are some signals showing that it’s time for you to purchase a new mattress.
A mattress used more than 8 years
Better Sleep Council recommends you should change your mattress after 7 – 10 years of using, depending on the level of comfortability, and support. In fact, the longevity of a mattress depends on the frequency of sleeping on the mattress, rotating and cleaning the mattress.
A mattress with the sunken surface
After using for a long time, the mattress surface starts to be sunken. This mattress with that signal no longer ensures the comfortability for you to have a good night’s sleep.
Waking up tired with neck pain
This is a consequence of sleeping on an inelastic mattress since the mattress is no longer able to support the spine. A new mattress is needed to support better, and disperse pressure.
Having a deep sleep… but not on your own mattress.
When you find it hard to fall asleep on your own bed, it’s time for you to get your mattress replaced. A new mattress will help you relaxed after a long working day