If you believe your sleeplessness is due to your mattress or snoring spouse, be aware of more obvious symptoms. Some, can only by physically seen on the mattress while others may be felt.
If any of the following resonate with you, it might be time to get a new mattress for improved sleep:
-You consistently wake up feeling exhausted
-Your back or neck is constantly sore in the morning
– You can feel springs or lumps in your mattress
– Your bedroom is full of dust mites
We designed our mattress collection with your comfort and support so you can wake up feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep.
You Wake Up Tired
I know how you feel when you’ve been tossing and turning all night, thinking it’s impossible to get a good night’s sleep. You’re not alone in this; we’ve all been there at one point or another. It’s frustrating and doesn’t make for the best start to our days.
Having a poor-quality mattress can make it harder for your body to enter a deep sleep state, regardless of how long you sleep. This can lead to feeling rested and groggy when you wake up.
If you’re having trouble sleeping well, it’s essential to consider all possible contributing factors before zeroing in on your mattress as the culprit. These include:
- Diet – Excess gas, digestive difficulties, and upset stomachs can disrupt your nighttime sleep.
- Exercise – Too much or too little exercise can disrupt your sleep. Moderate physical activity in the evening can help you fall asleep while working out right before bedtime may make it more difficult to sleep.
- Pre-bedtime behaviors – To sleep soundly through the night, avoid activities that may exhilarate you or cause anxiety before bed, like exposure to blue light, drinking caffeine in the afternoon, and consuming alcohol in the evening.
If you’re having trouble sleeping, there could be many reasons why. Check if any of these reasons apply to you; if not, it may be time for a new mattress. If you’re finding it difficult to get comfortable at night, your body is likely trying unsuccessfully to find a position to sleep in. If you don’t identify the issue, you might wake up feeling just as tired as when you went to bed, even after getting enough sleep.
It’s Hard To Fall Asleep
Although you’ve taken all the necessary precautions for a good night’s sleep, falling asleep is still more complicated than it should be.
Did insomnia get you down? You’re not alone—many people have trouble sleeping on a nightly basis. One of the biggest reasons for this is an unsupported spine or mattress that isn’t firm enough.
If falling asleep each night takes an hour or more, try examining your bed and implementing some sleep hacks. The average person only requires 10-20 minutes of sleep per night.
You Experienced Sniffles
Are you tired of your constant sneezing, watering eyes, and runny nose? Well, it may not be caused by pollen like you think. The more likely culprit is dust mite allergies.
Ticks can cause skin rashes, a scratchy throat, and postnasal drip by burrowing themselves into warm and humid places- like sofas and mattresses.
Your Mattress is 10 Years Old
How long do mattresses last in the long term? Some are sturdy than others, but how long do mattresses endure?
Adding mattress protectors to your bed is an excellent approach to extending its life, but if it’s been years since you replaced it, it may be time for a new one. So are you ready to buy a new mattress?
If you’re experiencing any of the signs listed above, it may be time to purchase a new mattress. Sleep is just as important as diet and exercise, so investing in a quality mattress should be considered carefully. Our range of beds will support your back’s alignment and provide the additional comfort you deserve for restful sleep!