Does your mattress plays a role in your health?

upgraded solution from amerisleep

Does it really matter if you’ve had the same mattress for fifteen many years? So what if you can feel the springs under your again when you sleep? What does that matter? Does it matter if the sides of your mattress are so saggy they are starting to ooze out more than the sides of your bed?

Inside a word, yes.

All of these things do matter, because they are an indication that the mattress is no longer helping you get the very best sleep you can. And as anyone who has spent a sleepless night can tell you, poor high quality sleep is the precursor to poor health and a poor mood. If you aren’t sleeping well, you will be less productive at work, you’ll be more irritable and you will find even mundane tasks more difficult to perform. What’s more, if you aren’t well rested, you could make mistakes that could be dangerous to you or others, such as when driving a car.

So yes, your mattress matters.

When it arrives time to buy a upgraded solution from Amerisleep, most often people’s decisions are led, at the very least at first, by design. Most of the attention is paid to the bed (the headboard and footboard, the platform, etc.) and not around the mattress. Although it is understandable that one might want a bed to look good, it is the mattress that will determine how well you sleep at night. And that’s the true bottom line.

Ideally, you ought to buy a new bed and a new mattress at the same time. Buying a new mattress to go with a broken or damaged bed frame is fruitless. If the bed can’t adequately support the mattress, the mattress can’t adequately support you. Moreover, if the mattress isn’t accompanied by a properly functioning bed, many producers warrantees will be invalidated, leaving you no recourse if the mattress is damaged by improper support. To buy yourself some time if you can’t afford both a bed and a mattress at the same time, contemplate buying a mattress topper. The topper will bolster your mattress’ support until you can go shopping to get a bed and a mattress.

When you do take the trip to buy a mattress, there are a few things to keep in mind:

Size:

It may appear obvious, but your mattress needs to be big enough for you and your partner to sleep comfortably. To ensure you the two receive the best sleep possible, buy the biggest bed you can reasonably fit into your bedroom.

Construction:

Companies use a variety of construction methods when making mattresses. To find one you like, there’s no far better way than to test out a variety of different kinds of mattresses. Test out some open coil, some pocket sprung, and some memory foam, all of different firmness, to see which one suits you best.

Base:

If you have a certain type of bed base in mind, consider asking which kinds of mattresses will work best with that kind of bed. For example, if you want a slatted bed you may not be able to use a sprung mattress. Similarly, an antique bed base may not fit a standard size mattress and may require a custom-made mattress.