Buying a mattress is something you usually don’t rush – after all, it is an investment in your body, which is also worth the investment. And don’t we all value a good night’s sleep?
- A duration mattress is not always better
The Consumers’ Association proves it more often: cheap is not always really cheap. Therefore, look for test results, and look at the reviews below the product on a website.
- Choose a mattress that fits with you
You can have preferences before you buy a mattress – your sister’s box spring is so good that you may want to – but more importantly look at the facts that suit your body. For example, are you alone on your mattress or with a partner? Even if you are alone in your bed, your body weight is an important point to take with you when choosing your mattress. And not only that: your sleep position, physical complaints and more do matter.
- A bad back does not need a hard mattress
A hard mattress does not always offer the best support for your back. In fact, a hard mattress is often not even that good. Your back has a natural curvature, which does not support a hard mattress, resulting in a night full of twisting and turning – and a sore back.
- Adapt the bed to the mattress
If you buy a good mattress with an x number of support points, immediately check whether your current or new bed base fits the mattress. A box spring is not always the best, and inside slat bases, there is a difference: one has fewer slats than the other. This is something that you hardly notice when you lie on it, but what secretly makes a much quicker pit in your mattress.