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Buying Guide for Mattresses and Tips

If you sleep 8 hours a night, that would be 2,688 hours a year you’ll be in bed! Your physical, mental and emotional performance is directly related to the quality of your dream.

The quality of your mattress has a drastic effect on the quality of all your daily activities, so it is very important for your overall well-being that you have the best mattress possible. Good health requires a healthy sleep, and that is exactly what Essentia offers.

1) Do I need a new mattress?

A night of restful sleep sets the stage for the day to come.

Your:

Are you sleeping worse today than it was a year ago?

Do you wake up with stiffness and pain in your body?

Did you realize that your mattress is sagging, bulging or worn?

Do you have a 6 or 8 year old mattress? (the life of a mattress depends on its use and the quality of the material, and manufacturers and chiropractors usually recommend replacing your mattress every 6 to 8 years)

Did you answer YES to any of these questions?

2) What is the best mattress for me?

A sufficient knowledge of the product is essential to make the purchase more informed and suitable for your dream needs.

In general, there are two types of mattress reviews available: springs and memory foam.

Springs systems are the most commonly purchased, and are characterized by having spiral metal springs between layers of foam sheets and padding. Generally, they are the least expensive option and last between 5 and 10 years. The manufacture of a spring system costs only $ 13.

Memory foam mattresses are made of high density foam, which are more expensive and provide excellent body support. It is important to be careful, as not all memory foam mattresses are the same.

 3) The 3 most important properties of your mattress

Softness, support and size are three important attributes that you should keep in mind when buying a mattress.

1) Softness

The softness of the mattress will keep your body comfortable and relaxed from all angles and points of contact with the surface of the body. Lying on a mattress in the store to test your firmness will not guarantee your comfort in the long run.

2) Support

Your mattress should be solid enough to provide the right support for your body shape and your sleep pattern. The softness of the mattress and the support go hand in hand: a good mattress should support your whole body and ensure the integrity of the spine.

3) Size

Size does matter. Studies reveal that a healthy person moves 40-60 times throughout the night, with some 10-12 full body movements.

If you are going to sleep with a couple, the size of the room, lifestyle, comfort preferences, body size and budget are all factors that must be taken into account before deciding on a mattress size.

It is recommended to choose a bed that is at least 4-5 inches longer than you and your partner as well as wide enough for you to sleep comfortably without disturbing your partner.

4) How much money should you spend on buying a mattress?

Mattress prices vary greatly depending on the size and materials used. When it comes to a dream of quality and comfort, buying the best mattress that is within your budget should be your main concern.

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