Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Is Your Mattress The Reason Behind Your Laziness

Do you feel lazy throughout the day? Do you also feel drained out all day long? Your sleeping habits play a big role in all this. Have you ever wondered if the real reason behind your laziness is your mattress on which you sleep everyday? It is really important to choose the mattress which suits you perfectly. Here are some useful tips that may help you in choosing the most suitable mattress for your bed.

A costlier mattress is not always the best mattress

First of all, you should get rid of this myth that the most costly mattress in the market is the best for you. Any mattress over a certain range doesn’t really indicate better quality or better comfort. Most probably it will provide you the same amount of cushioning as well as support.

Labels don’t define a mattress

Another thing is that you should not go blindly for any mattress just by reading the label on it. A label may tout about the level of softness of a mattress. You should note that ‘softness’ of one brand may be ‘firmness’ of another brand. The only way to judge the softness or firmness of a mattress is trying it yourself by lying down on it and knowing which is most appropriate for a sound sleep.

Consider buying your mattress online

Buying a mattress online gives you ample amount of time to research and spend time learning about various options. There are multiple websites these days selling a wide range of mattresses. You can order mattresses online just like you order anything else and you will get it delivered right at your doorstep. Almost all websites allow easy returns for a full refund, without charging anything for the process. So you can easily order a mattress for you online, try it out on your bed and you can even return it for your refund if you don’t like it.

Opt for Organic mattresses

The squishy foam on mattresses is mostly designed using petroleum oil which is prone to health problems. Instead, you should try out some organic options, for example foam which is made using plant oil. They are a bit costly but you should consider it as a health investment.

Know the shelf life of your mattress

It is highly recommended that you replace your mattress after every 8 to 10 years. You will not notice any sudden changes in your mattress, but after a period of about a decade most of the mattresses are worn thin at places and they also become lumpy. Also you can increase the life of your mattress by rotating and flipping it from time to time.

Buy your mattress according to your allergies

If you have indoor allergies, it is really important to take good care of your mattress. You can seal your pillow, mattress, as well as the box spring in allergen-protective covers. But if you have got some serious allergies or asthma, it is suggested that you wash your bed linens in hot water at 130 degrees. It is good to consult your doctor or physical therapist if you have a health issue. They may not be able to help you in selecting a suitable mattress for you, but they can give you a good advise by keeping your medical conditions and symptoms in mind.

Protect your mattress

Always use some sort of a waterproof mattress protector to enhance the life of your mattress.

Explore your options

If you are more comfortable while sitting on a recliner than lying down, you should definitely try an adjustable bed. An adjustable bed allows you to lift your head as well as knees slightly, to decrease pressure on your lower back.

These are some really useful tips that will help you tackle your sleep issues as well as help you 

buying a mattress as per your sleeping habits.



app store optimization aso said...

Very useful information. From the bed and mattress in particular depends on the quality of sleep. This question should be taken as responsibly as possible if the quality of sleep is important to you.

Dr. Loden Davidson said...

Great informative tips in this article. Will be sure to try looking into some of these ideas like not just buying a mattress but considering my allergies first, if any.


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