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How Do You Know When It’s Time To Buy A New Mattress?

Lauren Surbrugg | June 06, 2016

Sleeping on an old mattress can be one of the worst things you can do for your sleep and health. Not only does a mattress accumulate the dead skin your body sheds at night and the filth from the rest of the world, it can cause you to sleep poorly. When it comes to good, healthy sleep that leaves you feeling refreshed and ready for the next day upon waking, it’s important that you have a good bed. Good beds can last as long as a decade if cared for properly, but there is more to determining the need for a new mattress than a timestamp alone. Should you upgrade to a new mattress in a box from Nolah? Let’s find out!

You May Want A New Mattress If…

You Don’t Feel Comfortable.

A mattress should be the place you want to be at night. If you toss and turn all night trying to get comfortable, you likely need a new mattress.

You Wake Up Sore.

Do you have a crick in your neck when you wake up? If you’re tired and sore when you wake up, you likely need a new mattress.

The Mattress Looks Lumpy.

Like a body that could use a few more sit-ups, a mattress that looks lumpy or saggy does not have the structural support your body needs for a good sleep. If your mattress looks like this, then you likely need a new one.

You Are Getting Older.

With age, people become less tolerant to pain and pressure, which means a new mattress may be in order more frequently than the years before. If you’re older than the age of 40 and your mattress is older than seven years, you likely need a new mattress.

These aren’t the only signs that you may need a new mattress. If you’re ready for something new or different, we recommend shopping online for Nolah’s mattress in a box; you have 100 nights to determine if this is the best new mattress for you.