Replace Your Mattress Every Seven Years

December 5th, 2012 Paul Dekker

How often are you replacing your mattress?


If you have ever slept on a bad mattress you know the kind of stress your body aches from in the morning. People spend an average of eight hours a night sleeping. During the crucial time for sleep, your body absolutely has to be comfortable.


Your mattress is the platform that makes or breaks your good night’s sleep. Mattress brands have come a long way to produce mattresses suiting all body types. Regardless of the mattress you buy, overtime it will become so overused that it no longer offers the support you need.


A bad mattress can lead to chronic sleep problems as well as unnecessary body pains. To ensure your day starts and ends right, make sure you have a good mattress. Here are a few reasons why it is important to purchase a new mattress every 7 years, rather than the typical 15 to 20 years.


  •     You wake each morning feeling pain and not well rested.
  •     Sleeping away seems like a better idea than sleeping at home.
  •     The mattress looks bumpy, sags in the middle or is too soft.
  •     If you are over the age of 40, your body does not tolerate aches as it did in its younger years.

Above points are courtesy of Consumer News –

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