• Your Guide to Common Mattress Terms

    A Quick Glossary to Help Your Mattress Shopping

    Ultra-plush, firm, innerspring, hybrid – the minute you step inside a mattress store, you're bombarded with terms you may have never heard before. How are you supposed to find the right mattress for your needs when you and the sales associate don't even seem to be speaking the same language?

    Worry not! We've assembled this handy list of common terms used to describe mattress comfort and construction. The next time you go mattress shopping, you can walk through the store with confidence. Now you'll know exactly what you’re talking about, which will help you find exactly what you need!

    Mattress Comfort

    Ultra Plush Soft: This is the softest type of mattress available. It's truly like sleeping on a cloud! Often these mattresses even come with pillowtops (an extra layer of fluffy padding) to make them even softer.

    Plush Soft: These mattresses offer relaxing softness with just the right amount of support. Sometimes they too can come with pillowtops for added relaxation.

    Cushion Firm: This mattress is great for someone who knows they need support but loves the added comfort of a soft mattress. Cushion firm mattresses are true middle-of-the-road mattresses, which also make them a great choice for couples with divergent sleeping needs and styles.

    Firm: If you want to feel like you're floating on top of the mattress rather than sinking into it, a firm mattress is for you! These mattresses offer great support, and sleepers won’t sink too far into them.

    Ultra Firm: These mattresses are about as firm as it gets. When you're sleeping on an ultra firm mattress, you can forget about sinking deep into the mattress. These mattresses are great for people who need a lot of support as they sleep.

    Mattress Construction

    Traditional Innerspring: A traditional innerspring mattress is made of tightly coiled steel springs covered in layers of soft fabric and padding. The springs provide support and the bouncy feel you get when first sitting or lying on the mattress.

    Individual Pocketed Coils: Pocketed coils start with traditional steel springs, but wrap each spring in its own fabric coil. This helps to reduce motion transfer across the bed – great if your partner is a restless sleeper or has to get up earlier than you do.

    Hybrid: Most mattresses can be placed in one of two categories: foam mattresses or innerspring mattresses. Hybrid mattresses combine both materials. They’re usually constructed with a steel support system with some type of foam used as an added comfort system.

    Memory Foam: Memory foam mattresses are constructed from special viscoelastic foam. This foam conforms to your body as you sleep, cradling you and providing support in all the right places. Just like traditional innerspring mattresses, though, they can come in different firmnesses for different styles of sleepers.

    Gel Foam: Gel foam mattresses make use of a gel in the construction of the mattress, either in the support system or the upholstery layers (or both). This gel can be used to provide extra support, create a softer feel, or make the mattress cooler to sleep on.

    Have More Questions?

    Don't worry – at Mattress One, we understand that not everyone lives and breathes mattresses the way we do! We’re happy explain all the industry terms we use in order to help you find the right mattress. So what are you waiting for? Visit us today to start shopping!

  • Signs of Sleep Deprivation

    How to Tell if You Aren't Getting Enough Sleep

    The science is in – all adults should be getting seven to nine hours of sleep a night. But with our fast-paced lives, it's hard to carve out that much time to sleep every night. Plus, everybody is different. Even if you’re doing your best to follow the best health guidelines, how can you be certain if you’re getting enough sleep?

    Luckily, our bodies have some great early-warning systems to help us know if we’re not getting enough sleep. If you notice any of the following symptoms in your daily life, make sure to rework your schedule to make getting more shut-eye a priority.

    A quick caveat: pulling the occasional all-nighter to finish a project from work or to soothe a cranky toddler shouldn't have any long-term effects, even if you do feel miserable the next day. We're talking about prolonged lack of sleep here, which has been linked to consequences like cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.

    1. You're hungry all the time.

    Your body has two main sources of energy: food and sleep. If you aren’t getting enough energy from one, your body will try to make it up with the other. So if you find yourself constantly reaching for that extra cupcake, it might be time to cut back on dessert and spend more time looking at the inside of your eyelids.

    2. Your self-control is slipping.

    Lacking sleep already makes you crave more food – especially sugary, fatty food that you should be eating sparingly. But you might find that you're becoming more impulsive and less inhibited in other ways. If you find that your temper is always close to fraying or that risky behaviors seem like a good idea, that’s a sign you should get more sleep.

    3. You’re tripping, bumping into things, and acting like a klutz.

    It's true that while some people are blessed with exceptional balance, others … aren't. But if you find that you’re suddenly tripping over every crack in the sidewalk and constantly bumping into things, you might simply be tired. Seemingly ordinary tasks like walking up a flight of stairs take a lot of neural processing and fine motor control. When you’re sleep deprived, you simply don’t have the energy to tackle those tasks the way you used to.

    4. You’re constantly getting sick.

    When you don’t get enough sleep, your body has a significantly harder time fighting off infections. This means that diseases that your body might have been able to completely clear out without you experiencing any symptoms can now turn you into a sniffling, sneezing mess. Rest is one of the best cures for illness, so take this as your sign to get some shut-eye.

    5. Your skin isn't looking as good as it should.

    After all, there is a reason why it’s called "beauty sleep"! When you sleep, your body produces collagen, which keeps your skin plump and smooth. Lack of sleep can also result in to more estrogen circling through your system, which can lead to acne breakouts. So if your skin is acting like a teenager's or you notice more wrinkles than you should, it's time to reevaluate your sleep habits.

    Of course, once you decide to get more sleep, you might find that it’s easier said than done – especially if your mattress is working against you. Luckily, the experts here at Mattress One have the right solution for your bedtime woes. Stop in today to shop our selection of high-quality mattresses. We’ll sure to find the right mattress to send you peacefully into dreamland in no time!

  • When to Buy a New Mattress

    Top Five Signs of Mattress Failure

    In order to get a good night’s sleep, you need to make sure that the surface you’re sleeping on is up to the challenge. As mattresses get older, they become less supportive and comfortable. A decrease in comfort can degrade the quality of your sleep, which is the last thing you want or need!

    Thankfully, there are a few telltale signs that your mattress is reaching the end of its useable life. We’ve assembled a list of the top five signs of mattress failure. Keep an eye out for these signs so you can replace that mattress before your sleep starts to suffer.


    • 1. Age


    This is the first criteria to keep in mind as you’re considering whether to invest in a new mattress. Most mattresses last seven to ten years. If your mattress is older than that, then it’s definitely time for a new one. Even if you think that your sleep is restful and comfortable, it might not be. You simply might have gotten used to not sleeping comfortably.


    • 2. Pain


    When you wake up, do you experience more aches and pains than you felt when you fell asleep? It might not just be because you’re getting older – your mattress may be at fault! As mattresses age, they lose their ability to provide proper support. If your body is sagging or if innerspring coils are poking you as you sleep, you’re obviously going to wake up sore.

    Even if your early morning aches and pains are related to your age or a medical condition, it still might make sense to look into a new mattress. As your body changes, the amount and type of support you need while sleeping changes, too. Getting a new mattress can be a wise investment in your health.


    • 3. Discomfort


    Do you toss and turn throughout the night, waking up frequently to switch positions? Do you sleep in hotels or as a guest in other people’s homes and wake up amazed at how easily you slept? These are signs that your mattress is no longer working for you, making it time for a new one. Your own mattress should be your most comfortable sleeping surface. After all, you spent about a third of your life in it!


    • 4. Bumps, Lumps, and Sagging


    As your mattress ages, it’ll start showing signs that it’s ready to be put out to pasture. If you see sagging spots or lumps in the mattress padding, it’s time to go mattress shopping. Your mattress is starting to wear out and break down. The sooner you get a new, comfortable mattress, the sooner you’ll be able to enjoy a restful night’s sleep.


    • 5. Allergies


    No, we’re not suggesting that you become allergic to your mattress as time goes on. But over the years, your mattress does pick up allergens like dust mites, mold, and mildew – no matter how clean you keep your bedroom. If you are allergic to these substances, going near your mattress can make you miserable, which is the last thing you want! It’s best to replace that mattress as soon as you notice a consistent problem, so you can sleep better and breathe easily.

    Let Us Help!

    If your body or your mattress is signaling that it’s time for a change, let the experts at Mattress One help you find a new mattress to fall in love with. Thanks to our huge selection, it’s easy for you to find the right mattress for your comfort needs. Our attentive sales staff will help walk you through the process and introduce you to our inventory. With our help, it won’t be long before you’re sleeping like a baby on your brand new mattress.

  • How Much Sleep Do You Need?

    Step 1: Find Out How Much Sleep You Need Step 2: Optimize Your Bedroom to Get It Step 3: Sweet Dreams!

    How well you feel is directly related to how much sleep you get. Get enough sleep, and it’s easy to greet every day with a bounce in your step and a smile on your face. You’re bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and ready to take on the world. But without enough sleep, blue skies become gray. You’re irritable, unable to concentrate, and yawning throughout your day.

    Once you realize how good you feel with a good night’s rest, the next question becomes obvious: how much sleep is necessary to get that good night’s rest? And what simple changes can you make to make sure you get that sleep?

    Luckily, we have the answer.

    The Right Amount of Sleep

    The first thing to keep in mind is that how much sleep you need varies based on how old you are. Babies and children need a lot of sleep, but that amount gradually tapers off once we hit adulthood. Here’s a quick age-based guide to how much you and your kids should be sleeping:

    • Newborns (0-3 months): 14-17 hours
    • Infants (4-11 months): 12-15 hours
    • Toddlers (1-2 years): 11-14 hours
    • Preschoolers (3-5 years): 10-13 hours
    • School Age Kids (6-13 years): 9-11 hours
    • Teenagers (14-17 years): 8-10 hours
    • Adults (18-64 years): 7-9 hours
    • Seniors (65+ years): 7-8 hours

    You might see the amount of sleep you’re supposed to get with a sense of trepidation. With a stressful job, raising your children, taking care of the house, and making time for family and friends, it can be hard to see where those seven to nine hours of sleep every day will come from. However, it’s vital that you find the time, because without it, your ability to be a productive employee, caring parent, and good friend will suffer. You could also be damaging your health over the long term.

    Thankfully, getting those seven to nine hours don’t have to be as hard as you think. One of the most important things you can do is make sure your bedroom is ready for you to get that full night’s sleep.  

    The Right Bedroom Environment

    Your sleep environment greatly affects how much sleep you’ll be able to get. Noise, light, and excessive temperatures can confuse your body and make you think it’s time to be awake. However, by making a few simple changes, you can signal to your body that it’s time for sleep, making it that much easier to gain a full night’s rest.

    • Light: The darker it is, the easier it will be to fall asleep. Invest in window treatments that fully block out the light. It might also be a good idea to put electronic devices down an hour before bed and banish them from the bedroom entirely.
    • Sound: A quiet environment is ideal for sleep. If you have a television in the bedroom, make sure you turn it off as soon as you start to get drowsy. You can also purchase a white noise machine if noises from the outside environment are a problem.
    • Temperature: Sleep experts believe that keeping the bedroom temperature around 65 degrees is the best for sleep. In the winter, this is easy: turn the heat down, save money, and get better sleep. In the summer, keep the bedroom cool by not allowing it to get warm in the first place. Open the windows during the night, and sleep in cool, cotton pajamas.
    • Sheets and Bedding: Since staying cool is so important for a good night’s sleep, choose light and breathable cotton sheets. If you or your partner sweats during the night, it can also be a good idea to invest in a modern moisture-wicking fabric.
    • Mattress: Don’t let anyone tell you that sleeping on a firm mattress is better for sleep. Mattress preference varies from person to person, and no one mattress will be perfect for everyone. If you find that a firm mattress gives the support you need and helps you sleep better, great! If you need an ultra-plush mattress to help you drift away to dreamland, then get that type of mattress. It all depends on what is most comfortable for you.

    Sweet Dreams

    Once you’ve optimized your bedroom and improved your bedtime habits, you’ll find it’s much easier to get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep. And remember, all of us at Mattress One are here to help. After all, we know how important sleep is, and we’re determined to make sure you have the right mattress for your sleep needs.

    Let us help you turn your bedroom into a perfect sanctuary for sleep. From helping you find the right mattress to making recommendations on bedding and pillows, we make it our business to help you sleep easily. Visit us today to see how we can help!

  • Sleep and the Brain

    Why getting a good night’s sleep is more important than you think.

    Between work, kids, pets, taking care of the house, helping the community, and spending time with family and friends, it can be hard to find a minute to breathe, let alone enjoy a good night’s sleep. But sleep is one of the last things you should be shortchanging yourself on. Without making time for rest, it’s even more difficult, if not impossible, to check off everything else on your to-do list.

    The reason for this is simple: sleep is incredibly important for our brains. From improving learning to reducing the risk of certain types of mental illness, sleep helps our brains to function better every day. Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for enjoying a productive, healthy life. And the consequences of not doing so can be counterproductive for your health.

    The Good News: Getting Enough Sleep Helps Us Learn and Perform Better

    While you sleep, your brain is busy synthesizing and analyzing all the knowledge you’ve picked up during the day. The brain creates new pathways and forges new connections between information. Once you wake up, this makes tasks like processing information, making decisions, and performing productive work much easier. Whether you’re putting together a presentation for work or trying to reason with the kids, getting a good night’s sleep can make all of the difference!

    The Bad News: Missing Sleep Can Have Unhealthy Consequences

    Losing sleep doesn’t just make you groggy and grumpy when morning arrives. Even missing just an hour or two of sleep a night can severely impact the function of the brain. For instance, a lack of sleep has been tied to increased risk-taking behavior, depression, and can perpetuate other negative attitudes.

    Sleep deficiency can also be incredibly dangerous for drivers. When your body doesn’t get enough sleep, you might experience a condition called “microsleep.” During microsleep, your body slips into sleep condition when it should be awake. This is completely involuntary and impossible to control. If this happens while you’re behind the wheel, it can lead to an accident – possibly even a fatal one. Studies have shown that drowsy drivers are as impaired or more impaired than drunk ones, and as many as 1500 traffic fatalities every year are at least partially a result of drowsy drivers.

    The Takeaway: Make Sure You’re Getting Enough Sleep!

    Sleep isn’t an optional extra, something you can enjoy “when you have the time.” It’s the foundation for a safe, healthy, and happy life. Viewed this way, it just makes sense not to let that big project at work cut into your sleep, for when you get enough sleep, you’ll find it that much easier to complete the project.

    And once you’ve carved out the time for sleep, make sure that your mattress isn’t working against you. If your mattress makes you uncomfortable or leads to you tossing and turning at night, it’s time for a new one. Luckily, we here at Mattress One have an incredible selection of mattresses from all the leadings brands. Even better, with our affordable pricing, we make it easier than ever to invest in your sleep and your health. So don’t suffer through another night of broken sleep. Visit us today to find your next mattress!

  • Sleep Style & Your Mattress

    To sleep well, first you must determine how you sleep.

    Walking into a mattress store can be intimidating. It’s probably been years since you last shopped for a mattress. The brand names are familiar to you, but you’re not sure of the differences between them. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure where to begin.

    Luckily, finding the right mattress for you comes down to a few simple factors. One of the most important is your sleep style: whether you sleep on your back, your side, your stomach, or a combination of positions. To help, we’ve assembled this handy guide to let you know what to look for as you start your mattress search.

    Side Sleeper

    Many people find that it is most comfortable to sleep on their sides. If this describes you, you want to find a mattress that’s soft, because you don’t want too much pressure being put on your shoulders and hips. A softer mattress will also accommodate your body’s natural curves and keep your spine properly aligned.

    Stomach Sleeper

    When you sleep on your stomach, it’s important that you select a firm, stiff mattress. This might seem counterintuitive, as you may have selected this sleeping style because of lower back pain. However, you don’t want your body weight pressing down too hard on your stomach. You want to “float” on top of the mattress to make it easy to breathe and to keep pressure off your spine.

    Back Sleeper

    Back sleepers need the Goldilocks mattress: not too soft, not too firm, but just right. Medium-firm mattresses are the way to go for back sleepers. A medium-firm mattress will give just the right amount of support to the back without pressing too hard on the spine or creating painful pressure points.

    Combination Sleeper

    If you are a combination sleeper – which means you end up in just about every position before the end of the night – you need a mattress that is comfortable no matter what. You also need a mattress that doesn’t transfer motion to your partner, especially if your partner is a light sleeper. A foam mattress is a very good pick here, as it conforms to your body as you shift throughout the night, and your partner won’t feel a thing. But if a foam mattress isn’t in your budget, try for a mattress with pocket coil springs to cut down on motion transfer.

    Match Your Style

    The most important thing to remember about shopping for a mattress based on your sleep style is that you need to try multiple mattresses. You won’t know whether a firm mattress, ultra-plush soft mattress, or cushion firm mattress feels right to you until you lay down on one. Luckily, Mattress One has hundreds of mattresses for you to try out. We know that you’ll find your ideal mattress right here. And remember, we also offer our special 180-day in-home trial.* Feel free to bring your new mattress home and sleep on it for a few days. If it isn’t perfect for your needs, you can trade it in for one you like better!

    *Conditions apply; click here for details.

  • Why You Shouldn't Buy a Used Mattress

    Believe it or not, buying a used mattress will keep you up at night.

    There are many things you can do to ensure you get a good night’s rest, like turn off all electronics an hour before bedtime, avoid sweets after dinner, and count sheep. But here’s another thing that can help you sleep calmly and peacefully: make sure the mattress you buy has been owned by you and only you.

    Buying a used mattress may seem like a great way to save money. But here’s a dirty little secret: a used mattress is a purchase you’ll be paying for long after the final check clears the bank. Bringing a used mattress into your home is a recipe for problems, and here’s why.

    You don’t know where it’s been – or what’s been on it.

    There is nothing that says "buyer beware" quite like a used mattress, especially if you’re purchasing it from a stranger. The seller might claim that it’s “like new,” but if they have children or pets, there is no telling what happened on that mattress. Thinking of what might have gotten into the mattress you’re sleeping on is more than enough to keep you up at night.

    Used mattresses can come with a lot of baggage.

    Over time, mattress can pick up a great deal of what our bodies leave behind: dead skin cells, hair, and more things you don’t want to consider too closely. It’s impossible to thoroughly clean a mattress of all these remnants. Worse, with bedbugs on the rise, it’s possible that a used mattress may also come with some unwanted stowaways, which can then spread through your entire house.

    The mattress may already be at the end of its useable life.

    Depending on the quality of the mattress and how it was used, most mattresses have a lifespan of 7-10 years. Many people go far longer without replacing their mattress and then try to sell the mattress after it’s worn out. Remember, if you’re buying from a stranger, you have to take their word on things like the age of the mattress. Do you want to entrust your sleep to a product that is already at the end of its lifespan?

    Mattress technology is constantly improving.

    The science of sleep advances a little further every day, and the product development experts at the leading mattress brands are taking those advances in stride. New products are coming on the market aimed at providing consumers with a better, more restful night’s sleep. When you buy a mattress, the last thing you want is to lock yourself into yesterday’s technology. Take advantage of all the advances that have been made. Your body will thank you for it!

    A good night’s sleep is priceless – and a new mattress can be surprisingly affordable.

    Here at Mattress One, we take pride in offering the best mattresses on the market for affordable prices. Not only do we have a price match guarantee, we also have attractive financing. Plus, with our 180-day in-home trial, you can rest assured that the mattress you bring home will be perfect for you – and if it isn’t, you can trade it in for one that is better suited to your needs.*

    With these incentives in place and with all those warnings in mind, buying a new mattress just makes sense. So when you need a new mattress, make sure it’s a new mattress, and visit Mattress One today! *Conditions apply, see here for details.

  • The Truth Behind the “Do Not Remove” Tag

    “Is it really illegal to remove a mattress tag—even in your home home?  Don't do it until you read this warning!”

    It's become almost an urban legend in recent years, the idea that you cannot remove the tag from a mattress because it violates a law.  Is this true?  Are police officers really going to storm the retail store and cuff you if you dare touch the mattress tag?  No, this is a myth that's been blown out of proportion—and in some cases it's kept alive by mattress stores and manufacturers themselves who will print on tags “It is unlawful to remove this tag.”

    And why not?  They certainly don't want mischievous teens or toddlers ripping off parts of their merchandise.  However, there is no special law involved here.  Rather, the tags are there for your protection as a consumer.  They are printed and kept intact in order to show you that

    A. You are buying a new product that has not been used before. B. What materials are used in the making of the mattress.

    Mattress Laws for Your Protection!

    The law doesn't really apply to you, but to the retail store itself.  They are not allowed to remove the tag until the sale and delivery of a new mattress is finalized.  This shows adherence to the law, and emphasizes the original quality of the brand new mattress.  The specific law is Title 15, in Commerce and Trade, Chapter 2, Sub Chapter V - Textile Fiber Products Identification, Section 70c.  According to this law, the removal of the tag (not to mention other removable parts of the mattress like the stamp and label) is considered official tampering or mutilation of a textile fiber product, and would be violating the rights of the consumer.  Any one that were to violate this law (as in retailers) would be guilty of violating the FTC Act of “unfair method of competition” or “deceptive act or practice.”

    So legally speaking, the only one authorized to remove a tag on a mattress would be the consumer who bought the bed.  That said, it's not considered okay to tear off the tag while touring the store, as this would constitute damaging the product you intend to buy, much like a store owner has the right to charge you for a broken vase.

    Of course, if you're going to buy a Sealy or Blu-Tek mattress you have full right to remove the tag.  Of course, there are many advocates who advise consumers to keep the tags on.  Why?  Because they are informational products and do indicate important information regarding the mattress.  For more information on financing and mattress selection visit a trusted bedding provider in your area!

  • What’s the Difference Between Innerspring and Foam Mattress?

    When discussing comfort levels you often hear a great deal about innerspring mattresses and foam mattresses.  However, it's not always clear if there is a difference between both options.  To answer your question though, yes, there is a big difference!

    First, understand that the innerspring mattresses are known in the industry as affordable beds—budget products that are well-liked because they are reasonably comfortable and cheap by comparison to other technologies.

    Spring Mattress Technology

    Spring mattresses are comfy when you first sit or lie on them, and understandably so, since they are firm to the touch.  However, one negative about them is that they do not have pressure point relief.  The durability is made possible by a number of springs, which will push back against you as you lie down.  They will all use the same degree of force.  Here's the problem though: your body does not “push” evenly, and so there's no way to guarantee proper support.

    Unfortunately ill-effects are reported after a lifetime of sleeping on cheap beds; sometimes poor blood circulation and pain in a person's joints.  Worse yet, many of these beds, especially by off-brand name companies, are built so cheaply that they lose over 15% of their full support in just one year.

    Memory Foam Mattress Technology

    What about the memory foam mattress?  These products are called memory bedding, because they “learn” your body shape and thus will distribute the weight of your body evenly.  In analogy, it's like having a million different springs providing the “push” you want.  This technology allows pressure point reduction, and it's only available in memory foam beds.

    Most consumers who now sleep on memory foam mattresses report better sleep, fuller days and more relaxed mornings as they wake up.  Here's an interesting fact for you: as far as pressure goes, it takes 32mmHg in order to relieve pressure in the average human being.  Most innerspring beds cannot reach this standard.

    In summary:

    Key Points of Spring Mattresses

    • Lose best quality after a year
    • No support for back/spine alignment
    • Unable to distribute the body weight evenly
    • Less expensive than memory foam bedding
    • Works as a shock absorber, and can protect the mattress to some extent

    Key Points of Memory Foam

    • Can take a while to conform, since they must adjust to your weight
    • Can be firm, but without hurting your back with unnatural firmness
    • Changes firmness with body heat

    For more information on choosing a mattress, visit Mattress1 and learn about the bed bedding brands, including the Beauty Sleep brand and Stearns and Foster.

  • What Mattresses are Best to Alleviate Morning Aches?

    If you suffer from backaches and pains in the morning, know that you are not alone. Millions of people struggle with this same problem, and work, stress, and age are not the only problems. Instead of just trying to ignore the pain and aches and go about your day while you are in anguish, consider how your mattress is contributing to your problem. You could potentially solve all of our morning aches by simply replacing your mattress with one that can support you properly.

    Your mattress may not only be causing you to experience aches in the morning, but it can also lead to more painful problems and decreased mobility if you do not address the issue. If you are sleeping on an uncomfortable, saggy, poor quality mattress, it is likely that your spine is not aligned throughout the night, and your mattress can be causing you to develop poor posture and increasingly worsened body alignment. An uncomfortable mattress can also of course lead to inadequate sleep, which can lead to a series of serious health problems.

    So, how do you know which mattress will solve your problem? While everyone’s body reacts differently to different mattresses, most find that a mattress with medium firmness typically provides relief from morning aches. The goal is to find a mattress that will support the body, and all of the pressure points and joints, while still allowing your hips and shoulders to sink in just enough for the spine to align. A great way to test a mattress is to lie down on your side to see just how much you sink into the mattress and if your spine is supported and straight.

    The materials of the mattress can also have a major impact on the occurrence of morning aches and pains. Mattresses made of premium materials such as latex and memory phone have shown to be much more effective than most of their spring and coil counterparts. The higher quality materials, such as memory foam, allow for the mattress to frame the body and provide unique and customized support.

    When replacing your mattress in order to alleviate your aches and pains, it is always important to test the mattress in person instead of relying on a review or recommendation. It is important for you to see first hand if you personally find the mattress to be supportive and comfortable for your body type.

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