When is the Right Time for a New Mattress?
If you're waking up in the morning feeling more tired than when you went to sleep or it's becoming increasingly difficult to find the right spot to comfortably drift off to sleep, then it might be time to start looking for a new mattress. Let's take a look at some of the other telltale signs of a mattress that needs to be replaced and what you can look for in your new mattress to get the rest you need.
When you wake up in the night and are having to kick off the blankets, even in the winter, then you know your mattress is holding onto a lot of heat. Climate control materials and construction are specially designed to help you better regulate your temperature as you sleep.
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Needing to Adjust
As we age, so do our comfort needs. If you're looking for a sleep solution that can change along with you, then an adjustable bed may be the solution. Not all mattresses are compatible with adjustable beds, so you'll want to find one that's ready to move.
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Waking Up Your Better Half
A tossing and turning significant other can interrupt your sleep cycle and leave you feeling out of sorts in the morning. Thanks to new innovations in motion isolation, early risers and restless sleepers can keep their loved ones from waking up too much or too early.
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Sneezin' While You're Snoozin'
Standard mattresses are notorious for attracting allergens that can irritate your sinuses. If you notice that your nose gets stuffy or that you cough and sneeze more often at night, a hypoallergenic mattress may help reduce the irritation.
Dumping the Dip
After a while, you may start to notice that your old mattress is dipping or sagging. The uneven surface can cause aches and pains you'll feel throughout the day. A new mattress can provide relief and the extra support right where you need it most.
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