Aren’t you able to get sound sleep throughout the night time these days? Well, if yes then hope it is not because of your bed.
As per experts, it is always good to replace your old sleeping bed mattress with a new one after 7 to 8 years of time.
This will work wonders and help you get enough sleep throughout the night. Ultimately, you will also feel way much better after getting sound sleep.
Generally speaking, a bed mattress tends to start deteriorating as much as 80% from its new condition after 8 to 10 years of regular use.
However, many of us fail to understand and realize the fact that this whole process of deterioration is actually very slow.
We don’t get why we are actually feeling uncomfortable and not fully supported while sleeping on our usual bed mattress, right?
Through this post, we shall understand why is it important to change your mattress provided it has started giving you sleepless nights.
Here are some of the key pointers that will certainly make you rethink to replace your old sleeping bed mattress with a new one:
- Your bed won’t be able to offer you the desired pressure point support and spine alignment provided its deterioration process has reached the last phase. With time, you will discover that there is an accumulation of moistness (as we tend to lose fluid each night), as well as, skin scaleswhich in turn becomes the most desirable breeding grounds for moulds and dust mites.
- This is not real good news for those who are suffering from asthma as it makes their condition worst.
- As per the research, it has been revealed that around one third of people tend to change their beds after every 7 to 10 years, while there are around 40% of the people would like to change their bed mattress so as to get the desired support for spine and pressure point.
- However, one of the most critical aspect that you shouldn’t ignore is you’re your mattress isn’t becoming a bumpy ground for you as it will badly impact your sleep.
Let’s have a glimpse at some of the key questions that you need to ask yourself before you decide to change your sleeping bed mattress:
- Is your mattress more than eight years old?
- Are you experiencing any sort of neck or back ache after waking up in the morning?
- Can you sense springs or ridges underneath the mattress surface?
- Or hear screeches and crises?
- Do you and your partner roll in the center of the bed in advertently?
- Or is it too small to offer you an uninterrupted night’s sleep?
If the answer to these questions is YES, then it clearly means that your bed mattress is no longer serving the purpose of giving you desired support throughout the night time.
Hope the above-mentioned key pointers help you understand whether you should still continue sleeping on deteriorating mattress or buy a new mattress to enjoy uninterrupted sleep.