Knowing when to replace your couches and lounges is easy. It’s obvious to spot the signs of wear and tear on the exterior: the cushioning may be in a bad condition, the fabric’s torn, or it’s just simply out of style. But, your mattress is another story.
You mattress stays hidden under the blankets and sheets. They eventually wear out over time and are hard to keep a keen eye on. Often times your mattress is easily forgotten, allowing its pristine condition to deteriorate due to lack of care.
One of the obvious signs that you need to replace your mattress for a new one is when you regularly wake up feeling tired or experiencing aches, pains, and stiffness in parts of your body. Sometimes you feel the need to sleep on a hotel bed rather than your own. Your mattress might not be providing the right support and comfort that you desire.
Check your mattress for noticeable signs of wear and tear. Try to plant your hand on the mattress’ surface for a few seconds. Your mattress should spring back to its original form. If your mattress appears to be saggy, dented, worn, and lump, this might be the right time to buy a new one.
If you’re tossing and turning all night just to find the most comfortable sleeping position, buying a new mattress will provide you the coziness you need. Keep in mind also the lifestyle changes you’ve made since you had your mattress. Your old mattress may not be any more a good fit with your standard of living changes.
Lastly, you age over time; so as your mattress. If your mattress has been around your bedroom for over 7 years, then it’s the right time to replace it.
Replacing your mattress may be the best solution to throw away all sleeping problems away. Although buying a new one is an expensive investment, the comfort and support it will provide will be worth your venture. No mattress should stop you from getting the good night’s sleep you so desire and deserve. Your mattress should be the one you look forward to when it’s time for bed.