Q. How to Select a Mattress?
A. To choose the right Mattress, one needs to check two important things:
The Upper layer of the mattress should be flexible in order to take your body shape, so that each & every part of body gets Comfort.
The Lower layer of the mattress should be firm so that one gets the proper Back Support.
Q. Should my Mattress be Soft or Hard?
A. The Mattress should not be either too soft or too hard. It should have the combination of Comfort & Support. Check all available options of Mattresses to ensure which Mattress suits you the best.
Q. Does Everyone require same kind of Mattress?
A. Every Human has a different body posture, accordingly everyone requires different Mattress. So the Best Mattress for a particular human is that Mattress in which one finds the best comfort.
And the best way to find out which mattress is suitable to you, is to lay down on the Mattress and check the comfort level & support.
Q. Does the mattress affect how a person sleeps?
A. Yes. The mattress has the potential either to encourage sleep or rob you of sleep. Whether your mattress is a sleep friend or a sleep foe can determine how refreshed you feel in the morning. If you're tossing and turning more at night or if you're waking up feeling stiff or sore after a night's sleep, it could be a sign that your current mattress is no longer the best for you. Your body appreciates a comfortable, supportive mattress and will let you know if it's not up to the task.
Q. What's the best mattress?
A. The answer is a matter of individual taste. What's best for me may not be best for you. When it comes to mattresses, there is no one-size-fits-all. After all, we're all built differently and have different comfort and support preferences, so why would the same mattress be "best" for all of us?
Q. How can you tell when a mattress is "used up?"
A. Your body should tell you when it's time for a new one – but are you paying attention? If you regularly wake up feeling stiff and sore or if you aren't sleeping as well as you did a year ago, it may be time to replace what you're sleeping on. At least twice a year, check for visible signs of wear and tear and ask yourself if you're sleeping better or worse than you did a year ago and if a new mattress might improve your sleep. This regular sleep check-up will help ensure your mattress is still doing its job.
Q. What should people look for in a new mattress?
A. Four keys to keep in mind are support, comfort, space and matching sets. The mattress that's right for you will keep your spine in proper alignment – how your spine is when it's in good standing posture – supporting your body and cradling it along its curves. The right mattress will also be comfortable for your body. Keep in mind that your comfort preferences are likely to change as you age. Make sure the mattress provides enough space for easy, free movement. Couples should sleep on a queen or king-size mattress. And keep in mind that a mattress and foundation are designed to work together. Buy them as a set and get the most out of your investment in yourself.
Q. How often should mattresses be replaced? How long do they last?
A. Mattresses wear out on different timetables. This is due to numerous factors such as how the mattress was used (guest room, master bedroom, doubled as a trampoline for the kids), whether it was cared for properly and/or the quality of the mattress itself. Other important considerations are how personal comfort levels or a person's lifestyle and body may have changed over the years.
We encourage you to think about these things and ask yourself the following questions:
Are you sleeping better or worse than you did a year ago?
Are you waking up feeling stiff and sore?
Does your mattress have visible signs of wear and tear?
Would a new mattress improve your sleep?
If the answer is "yes" to any of these questions, then it's time to consider purchasing a new mattress. And because people tend to overlook their mattresses and don't think about them, we recommend that you "check" your mattress using these four questions on a regular basis – at least twice a year – to make sure mattress wear and tear isn't sneaking up on you and disrupting your sleep.