A mattress can not make you sick but the wrong mattress can contribute to your health. How do you know you can be effective. Which Mattress is the wrong one and will changing a mattress really help.
The answer to these questions will depend on you individually. Does you mattress hold and attract allergens. If so, you probably need to get a different mattress. If you don’t have a problem with allergies and are sleeping well then you mattress is probably OK.
Other stores tell you to replace your mattress every 8 years is just to sell more mattresses. Why would these mattresses have 10 to 20 year warranties if they needed to be replaced every year? I believe that does not make a lot of sense. It is as if they are try to convince the customers to buy something they do not need.
If you suffer from poor sleep,and other feelings of being tired, depression, low energy, etc. Then you probably need to replace your mattress. You spend 1/3 of your life on a mattress which will effect the way you feel and contribute to your health everyday.
The type of mattress you need can be different for each individual. Some people find that with allergies they may need to get a latex or memory foam mattress. There has been a lot of advancements in the last year to enhance sleep and not be hot.
Coil Mattresses have been around a long time and getting a new mattress with a mattress protector will make the mattress last longer and also eliminate dust mites and other allergens from happening.
How do you go about getting a new mattress? Talk to someone who understands and listens to your needs. Having someone who really knows about mattresses is very important.
The cheapest mattress on sale this week is usually the worst decision you can make in buying a mattress.
You don’t have to buy the most expensive mattress, just the right mattress. Mattress are not designed by Einstein and made at Nasa. It’s not that completed