Over time what seemed like the perfect mattress may have started to lose a little of its luster as you begin to receive poor sleep quality or wake up in pain. If you had once slept soundly but now spend your nights tossing and turning to get comfortable, you may be surprised to learn you might be sleeping on the wrong mattress. Since many individuals keep their mattresses for extended periods, these factors may be contributing to your change in sleeping.
Changes In Your Mattress
Depending on how long you have had your mattress, you may be starting to experience sagging and other structural defects. Even the slightest change in your mattress can cause you to toss and turn as the once comfortable position and spot you slept in begins to change. If you are experiencing aches and pains or stiffness in the morning, it could be a sign that you are sleeping on the wrong mattress.
Changes In Your Body
If you have lost weight, gained weight, gotten pregnant or anything in between, your mattress may not provide the comfort or support that it once did anymore. If your current condition has changed since the time you bought your mattress, it’s possible that it no longer provides you optimal support like it once had. Keep any on-going or foreseeable life changes in mind when selecting a new mattress to ensure it stands the test of time.
Changes in Preference
Much like our taste in foods, music or movies, your preferences for a specific bed type can change over time. For instance, if you have always slept on a firm bed, it may not be meeting all of your needs that have developed over time. With the wide range of new products and technology available in the mattress industry, we are sure to have the exact product to meet your preferences.
Why Choose Sleep Station?
Sleep Station is your source for name brand closeout mattresses up to 75% off regular retail prices. Our commitment to providing the best sleep solutions remains unmatched. We invite you to stop by your nearest location in Memphis or Munford to find the perfect mattress for you!
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