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Signs that It's Time to Buy a New Mattress

Last updated 6 years ago

Whether you find yourself tossing and turning all night or wake up with pain, a bad mattress can prevent you from getting one thing you truly need: sleep. Sleep is the body’s reset function that regenerates health, balance, and every other factor you need to perform at your best. If you see any of the following signs, you are due for a new mattress:

Your Mattress Is Flat or Lumpy

When many mattresses get old, they start to lose their supportive features. If you look at your bed and can see an indentation of where you sleep, you need a new mattress. If the mattress can no longer retain its shape during the day, it is not giving you support at night. A new mattress, like a Tempur-Pedic, will allow you to get comfortable enough to get the sleep you need.

You Feel More Tired in the Morning

You should always wake up feeling refreshed and rested. If you greet the day feeling as if you have not even slept, your mattress is no longer adequate. Upgrade your sleeping surface so you can wake up each morning and feel truly ready for the day. When you can sleep properly, you are more able to live your life.

You Wake up with Aches and Pains

Bad mattresses can leave you stiff and sore in the morning. Stop going through the day with lower back, neck, or joint pain. Get a Simmons BeautyRest or Dr. Breus Bed and wake up pain-free. Simply updating your mattress can vastly improve the way you feel on a daily basis.

Mattress Direct is St. Louis’ answer to all things mattress. With our great selection of the top mattress brands, you can find a bed that lets you get the kind of sleep you need. Come in today to check out our impressive inventory. To learn more, call (314) 549-8496.


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