What Is Your Worn Out Mattress Is Trying To Tell You?

What Is Your Worn Out Mattress Is Trying To Tell You?

As you sleep each night, there’s a good chance that you are missing the signals that your mattress may be sending you. If you are sleeping on a worn out mattress, it may be trying to tell you that it may be time for a replacement. If you wake up with any of these symptoms, take the time to examine your mattress and see if it’s time for an update.

You Wake Up In Pain

Waking up with pain is usually a sign that your worn out mattress doesn’t provide the support and comfort levels that it may have initially. In fact, your body will likely change over time and not require the same mattress requirements it had originally. If you wake up with pain, your mattress could be telling you it can’t support your needs anymore.

You Wake Feeling Unrested

Even if you reach the recommended amount of sleep each night but wake to feel unrested, your mattress may be to blame. If your mattress isn’t as comfortable as it should be, you probably toss and turn throughout the night and don’t get the optimal amount of deep sleep needed to accommodate a healthy sleep cycle. However, certain sleep disorders that need to be diagnosed professionally, like apnea, may also be causing your sleep to be interrupted.

Your Mattress Has Had Too Many Birthdays

Most experts recommend that you replace your mattress at least every 8 years. If your mattress has exceeded these recommendations on multiple occasions, it may be time to test drive some new options. Make sure you take the time to find the best replacement possible for your worn out mattress to provide great sleep throughout the next 8 years.

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!

Still have questions? Give us a call at (901) 842-3301 or contact us today!


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