Seven Signs That You Need A New Mattress.

As the new year begins, it’s a natural instinct to declutter our homes and refresh our living spaces. This is the perfect time to assess the state of your bed, considering it’s where you spend a significant portion of your life. It might be time for you to contemplate whether your bed – the mattress and base – is still providing the healthy, comfortable night’s sleep you deserve.

Here are seven signs that indicate it might be time to invest in a new mattress:

1. Unintentional Rolling into the Middle: If you find yourself unintentionally gravitating towards the center of your mattress, it’s a red flag. While a cuddle now and then is lovely, consistently rolling into the middle signifies a lack of support. Over time, mattresses can lose their firmness, impacting your sleep quality.

2. Noises in the Night: Are strange ‘BOING’ or ‘creak’ sounds disrupting your peaceful nights? A noisy mattress or base can lead to disturbed sleep, and the issue tends to worsen if left unaddressed. Don’t let annoying sounds rob you of the tranquility you deserve.

3. Waking Up with Aches and Pains: Morning aches and pains aren’t solely signs of aging; they can also be indicators of an unsupportive mattress. When your bed fails to provide proper anatomical support, your muscles compensate, resulting in discomfort. Don’t let your mattress be the reason for your morning woes.

4. Partner’s Movements Disturb You: If you’re constantly disturbed every time your partner shifts in bed, it’s a clear sign your mattress isn’t providing independent support to each user. Consider upgrading to a larger bed for a more spacious and undisturbed night’s sleep.

5. Lumpy and Bumpy Appearance: While shallow body impressions are normal, significant dipping or misshapen areas in a mattress over seven years old are cause for concern. A visibly lumpy and bumpy surface indicates wear and tear, affecting both comfort and support.

6. Stains and Discoloration: Even with a mattress protector, stains and discoloration can occur over time. If your mattress showcases signs of aging with unsightly marks, it’s a visual cue that a replacement may be in order for a cleaner, more hygienic sleep environment.

7. Better Sleep Elsewhere: If you consistently find yourself enjoying better sleep in hotels, at friends’ homes, or anywhere other than your own bed, it’s time to acknowledge the discrepancy. Your sleep quality shouldn’t be compromised at home, making it a strong indicator that your mattress needs an upgrade.

Remember, proper care can extend the lifespan of your mattress. Regularly checking your bed (both mattress and base) using our bed maintenance suggestions will ensure you get the most out of it and enjoy the highest quality sleep. So, as you embark on your fresh start, don’t forget to give your sleep sanctuary the attention it deserves. A new mattress could be the key to unlocking the rejuvenating rest you’ve been longing for. Sweet dreams await!