If you are having trouble sleeping, are constantly tired throughout the day, or find that you sleep better anywhere else but in your own bed, it may be time to scrap your old bed. You may be experiencing one of the following problems, all of which can be easily solved with the acquisition of a new, comfortable mattress.
Does your body ache every morning when you wake up? Do you toss and turn at night, fearing the new aches and pains you will feel whenever you settle on a new sleeping position? It is normal for your mattress to become uneven as it ages, as depressions your body makes in the mattress can slowly cause parts of it to sag, leaving you with a mattress that provides uneven support for your body.
Years of Accumulated Dust Mites
Do you match the noise your alarm clock makes every morning with a chorus of sneezes? Bedding and mattresses are highly susceptible to collecting dust mites. Bedding can sometimes be fairly washed; mattresses, however, are a different story. If you think your bed is so full of dust and dust mites that it is causing your allergies to flare up, then you may want to search the market for a new mattress.
Loss of Comfort
Some of us are light sleepers, waking up several times a night because it is the way our bodies have decided to balance consciousness and unconsciousness. Others typically fall asleep as soon as they hit the pillow, waking up only when their second or third alarm click starts to buzz. If you used to sleep like a baby in your bed, but now you wake up several times a night and constantly feel tired throughout the day, then it may be because your mattress is so well used that is can no longer provide you with the comfort it once could.
If you have been experiencing some of the symptoms described in the paragraphs above, your old bed may be to blame for your sleeping woes—it’s time to get a new mattress. Don’t settle for just any mattress, however: Come out to Mancini’s Sleepworld today to see one of the Bay Area’s greatest selections of Sealy, Tempur-Pedic, and Serta mattresses.
Visit our website, one of our Northern California locations, or call us at (800) 641-5337.