What do I know about a mattress?
Mattress is a fabric case filled with resilient material (such as cotton, foam rubber or an arrangement of coiled springs) used either alone as a bed or on a bedstead. As we spend roughly eight hours in a day for sleeping, it is important to choose the right kind of mattress that will be comfortable, durable and health friendly.
When should I go for a new mattress?
The Better Sleep Council recommends replacing your mattress every 7-10 years, depending on comfort and support. Mattresses older than that suffer from reduced support capabilities and quality.
It’s high time you change your mattress if you feel any pain or discomfort after waking up from bed.
Your mattress should give you a deep sleep with minimal turning and tossing.
If the mattress is rough and feels worn out.
If the surface of the mattress sags in certain areas.
Is my sleeping posture important when selecting a new mattress?
Yes. Sleeping posture matters because based on our posture, the pressure points that are affected during sleep vary. As each individual has a different sleep pattern it is very important to carefully choose the mattress after trying out the wide range of mattresses available in our store.
You can discuss your needs with our salespersons so that they can suggest you the right mattress.
How to compare my old mattress with the new one?
It is not necessary to compare your old mattress with the new varieties available today. The designing and manufacturing methods of mattresses have evolved and advanced quality testing is done nowadays. Modern mattress research and technology has made exponential improvements to the way we make and use mattresses. And so, it is worth educating yourself on what turns out to be the perfect mattress.
What should I do to prolong the life of my mattress?
Use a mattress pad that will protect your mattress from wear and tear and general stains.
The truth is that the life of a mattress varies wildly, which depends on how you take care of it, how you sleep on it and how often you rotate it. It’s best to rotate your mattress every three months.
Avoid sitting or standing on the edge of your mattress.
The mattress size should be according to the bed size.
Use a strong bed frame. If your mattress is queen or king sized, make sure that the bed frame gives sufficient support and does not make the mattress to sag.
What should I do choose when i am not in idea to what to buy?
Rather than blindly choosing spring, coir, foam or latex, dig deep to figure what you need – A mattress to soothe your body pains? A mattress that will give your child a sound sleep? A biodegradable mattress? Ask yourself what you need so you can arrive at a mattress that works best for you.
Sometimes the right mattress could be a combination of these materials.