If you find yourself tossing and turning uncomfortably late at night, it could be for a variety of different reasons. Perhaps you are stressed out at work or sore after a tough workout at the gym. Maybe it's partially your partner's fault for hogging the covers. But if the insomnia keeps up, there might another culprit you haven't yet thought about: perhaps your current mattress is no longer up to the task of softly escorting you to dreamland. Here's how you could benefit by upgrading to a luxury mattress today.
Room for Two
If you sleep with a partner, you know that every night is a bit of a negotiation as to who gets how much space on the bed, who gets the bulk of the covers and why, oh why, won't they stop snoring? While a luxury mattress can't fix all of these problems by itself, it could give both you and your partner the extra space you need to go to bed in greater comfort. Pick out a top-notch mattress that is one size up from your current arrangement (or go with an oversized option if you already have a King) and you and your partner will likely be able to stretch out just a bit more at night.
Your Day is Affected By Your Night
Start paying attention to just how well rested you feel in the morning. On the days when you wake up still feeling tired, pay attention to how it affects you throughout your workday. Chances are you will likely feel a half-step behind everyone else without a proper night of sleep. Upgrading your mattress to one that is more comfortable may help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep through the night. With a little luck, you'll get a solid 7 to 8 hours and be ready to take on the next day with renewed vigor.
You Spend One Third of Your Life on Your Mattress
When you last upgraded your living room set or the furniture down in your man (or woman) cave, you likely made sure your sofa or chair was quite comfortable. After all, no one wants to watch the game or a movie while dealing with a back ache. Given that you can spend up to 8 hours of every day lying on a mattress, shouldn't you treat this next purchase with the same level of importance that you would for any other furniture that you use frequently?
Talk to a mattress supplier today to discuss your options.