How To Tell When It’s Time for a New Mattress

If you’re like most people who buy luxury beds San Antonio TX, you may consider this to be a once-in-a-lifetime purchase that seldom requires a second thought. However, here are some factors that determine why, unlike your bed, you must replace your mattress approximately every eight years.

Discomfort

If you notice that you are starting to wake up with aches and pains that are gradually becoming worse, your mattress’s coils may be no longer able to withstand your weight and pressure. Your body can become misaligned, causing discomfort.

Visible Sags

If you remove the sheets and blankets from your bed, you can see if your mattress is even or if it has sags anywhere. Although buying a luxury mattress can delay when sagging occurs, you should start shopping for a replacement as soon as you notice it.

Noise

A healthy mattress should be silent when you move or roll over on it. Creaky sounds are an indication that your mattress’s coils and springs are unwinding and unsupportive.

Sleepless Nights

Insomnia can be due to all kinds of physical and emotional reasons. When you can’t point to any particular cause for sleeplessness, like pain or stress at work, you might look no further than your mattress. If it does not support your free movement or position changes, you may not get the quality sleep you need to function well during the day.

Allergies

Do you find yourself suddenly experiencing coughing or sneezing fits that only happen while you’re in bed? Consider that you might be allergic to your mattress. Over time a mattress can become infested with dust mites and other contaminants that can cause allergic reactions. When this happens, it may be a sign that you need a new mattress.

Investing in a luxury mattress for your bed can contribute to quality sleep and good health as long as you remember to replace it periodically.

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