Do You Really Need to Flip a Mattress?

Do You Really Need to Flip a Mattress?

If you recently bought a mattress and are still enjoying the amount of support it provides to you, there’s a good chance that you have wondered if you should rotate or flip it. Although a common practice in the days of spring mattresses that required transitioning to wear the springs evenly, many modern hybrids or memory foam mattresses have made this process far less common. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons you shouldn’t flip a mattress if it’s a newer material and what you can do to prolong the life of a mattress.

Many modern mattress retailers don’t recommend that sleepers flip a mattress anymore because most new models have a top comfort layer built-in. This will lead your mattress to be extremely uncomfortable because these built-in layers are now on the underside instead of against your body. As you might imagine, this could even make your mattress unusable. But if you cant flip a mattress, what can be done to make it more comfortable and prolong the life of your mattress for the future? The answer is more simple than you might think!

In most cases, the best approach to maintaining comfort each night and ensuring your mattress isn’t wearing unevenly is by rotating it periodically. This not only ensures your mattress doesn’t develop sagging spots prematurely, but it also helps keep your spine in neutral alignment. If you feel like you aren’t getting the support that you need, considered rotating your mattress to see if it provides more comfort. Just remember, this is a process that you should regularly do to make sure you receive optimal support at all times.

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