A: You should consider your needs and lifestyle first before you go mattress shopping. Some questions you may want to ask yourself are:
- How long have you had your mattress and what life changes will affect your current purchase?
- How has your body changed? What comfort and support needs do you now require?
- Space needs: Do you have a partner? It’s important to find something to meet both your support Over time (even a short time) these layers will compress to form to your body. This is quite natural and often the source of complaints about body indentations. To insure proper, even wear a mattress should be turned regularly. For the first three months I recommend turning it every two weeks. After this period three to four times a year is all that’s usually required. needs and comfort preferences.
- How often will the mattress be slept on? Regularly or is it used for a spare bedroom or cottage?
Once you have made a full assessment you will be much more prepared when discussing your comfort needs with a mattress sales associate. And they too will be better equipped to answer your questions and suggest the best mattress for you. And lastly, always test out a mattress by lying down on them. You must feel the difference to compare one mattress from another.