Sleeping on a new mattress that offers sufficient and effective support, will certainly provide you with a restful night’ sleep. More importantly – it will also significantly reduce and help avoid those long-term aches and pains, which was most likely caused by oversleeping your old mattress. Here is what happens: A very old sleeping surface loses it density or support over time resulting in insufficient spinal alignment when you sleep. As your spine, necks and hips contort to accommodate for this it causes spasms and aches and pains that keep you awake. Not only does it keep you awake, it also makes it difficult for your body to go into deep sleep, or REM, as it is called. This phase of sleep is crucial for muscle recovery, memory retention, mental alertness, your immune system and your mood.
The health benefits offered by a new mattress can be attributed to the genius of modern mattress technology and design. The mattresses made today are designed to promote sleep and overall health. Making mattresses with much less “solid surface/ filling” – this means that incorporating air pockets, memory foam, latex etc., rather than sponge and springs – makes this possible. The science behind it is that helps in avoiding and/or halting the occurrence of possible stress points (caused by tossing and turning during the evening). Along with the latter benefit – new mattress designs are also aimed at improving the overall support it offers your body whilst you are sleeping. This, in turn, can significantly reduce, or even eliminate, any stiffness or discomfort in your joints and ensures that your spine is always aligned and not undress pressure.
Besides getting a good night’s sleep, every night, a new mattress offers more benefits that are particularly evident during the day. Proper sleep – thanks to not struggling to get and stay comfortable during the night – can lead to a healthy and joyful day. Another benefit of getting a good night’s rest includes supporting your immune system, which aids in fending off colds and flu.
So, now you are convinced that it is time to look into buying that new bed or mattress, but the mind-boggling array of choices in beds, mattress and bedroom furniture available in the market, this can be a pretty daunting task! This is a purchase that is going to cost you a few pennies, so take the time to do your research and then speak to a mattress expert at a reputable bed retailer near you before you make your final decision. Also ensure that you understand the return warranty and guarantees, just in case you are not satisfied with your purchase.
Source by Bonnita Kingston