Experts generally agree that you should change your mattress every 6-8 years. This number can vary depending on how well you take care of your mattress. However, if you’re not sleeping sound at night or not feeling completely comfortable, it may be time for an upgrade. You deserve a good night’s sleep and all the benefits that come with it.
When looking for a new mattress, the first thing to consider is your comfort. What level of firmness is best for you? Do you have a bad back? What position do you sleep in? These are great starting questions. We always suggest going into a store and testing out beds for yourself. That way, you know what each mattress actually feels like. Here’s our quick guide to all the different mattresses available for you:
Having a great mattress results in high-quality sleep, and there are other factors that can improve your sleep quality as well. The 2013 Sleep in America Poll discovered that about 76-83% of respondents who partake in any form of exercise sleep better. There are different types of exercises that can result in sleeping better. Along with having a great mattress, adding exercise makes the perfect combination for better sleep.
We have all probably heard before that a full night's rest is one of the best things you can do for yourself, but how important is it really? Prioritizing your sleep can lead to more energy throughout the day, a clearer mental state, and complete physical recuperation. The question is, how does stress get in the way of your ideal night of sleep?