Experiencing trouble in your sleep because of your old mattress? Is there a rush to replace your mattress? These are some of the questions that people asked themselves when they have already an old mattress. However, these are not the only factors to consider when replacing your mattress.
A mattress does not only matter in its design and appearance; its supports in the internal portion equally matter in terms of its quality and durability.
Consider who sleeps in your old mattress. As years pass, dead skin cells that have been shed begin to accumulate on your mattress. Having a companion accelerates this accumulation. The shed skin might cause allergic reactions when it accumulates in the mattress. As such, consider how often you clean yourself before lying on your mattress over the past years.
Consider the price that you paid for the mattress. Did you use the mattress often? Was the investment worth the price? These are the things that you might want to ask yourself before deciding to replace your mattress. If your mattress had indeed returned your investment in terms of comfort and use, then it maybe about time.
According to the experts, the average lifespan of a mattress is 7 to 8 years, so you might want to consider the span of the time that you spent lying down in your mattress. However, it is still important to consider the quality of the mattress over time. You do not need to wait that long if you already feel discomfort in the midway.
These are just some of the important factors you need to consider when deciding to replace your mattress. However, these are purely subjective and differ according to the preferences. Ultimately, it is still your decision to replace the mattress or not. It is not a bad decision as long as you do take into account all possible advantages and disadvantages.