Effects of Wrong Mattress on Body & Sleep - Snoozer® Mattress

Effects of Wrong Mattress on Body & Sleep

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Our mattress has a significant impact on the quality of our sleep and the mood we wake up in. Consistently sleeping on a mattress that isn’t supportive enough can cause the spine to deviate from its natural alignment, which can lead to muscle strain and back pain. On the other hand, a mattress that gives you enough support can help keep your spine in its natural position, which can reduce or even get rid of back pain.
Now the question is how to determine if your mattress is the source of your aching back. How can you be certain that your mattress is the root cause of your back pain?
If you are concerned that you may be sleeping on the wrong mattress, take a look at this list of eight warning signs:
1. Tiredness
If you get poor quality sleep, you can expect to feel tired and drowsy during the day. If your mattress keeps you awake, it may have an impact on your attentiveness throughout the day.
It’s common to feel sleepy in the afternoon and again after dark, but it’s not typical to feel sleepy in the morning or to be extremely sleepy.
Your mattress may be to blame for your excessive daytime sleepiness if you have trouble falling asleep on it.
2. Back ache
Are you experiencing back pain? Back pain can be caused by a variety of factors, from sports injuries to joint problems, but a poor mattress can exacerbate the problem by causing you to sleep in an awkward position that puts strain on your spine.
If you have to twist and turn your body in an awkward manner in order to relax in your bed, you run the risk of injuring your back. A comfortable mattress that allows you to sleep on your back or side will help you maintain good posture and ward off future injuries.
3. Obesity
Those who regularly wake up in the middle of the night or who don’t get enough sleep overall are more likely to develop obesity. This is because not getting enough sleep makes people tired and irritable, which can lead to binge eating.
If you haven’t changed your eating habits or exercise routine but notice that you’re eating more throughout the day, your mattress may be responsible, and maybe it’s time to upgrade your mattress.
4. Irritation of the lungs and throat
The likelihood that your mattress harbours a significant population of dust mites increases with the mattress’s age. Dust mites thrive in warm, dark environments. There are dust mites in every mattress, but they are more prevalent in older mattresses.
Many skin and healing issues, including eczema, asthma, and sore throats, can be triggered by dust mites, which ultimately lead to trouble sleeping. If your mattress is getting old, consider replacing it.
5. Weak Immunity
When you don’t get enough sleep, you put your immune system under stress, and you might get sick. Your immune system can be weakened and make you more likely to get sick if you don’t get enough rest at home or after a late night out with friends.
A weakened immune system makes it more likely that you will catch a wide variety of illnesses, ranging from fevers to the common cold. Invest in a mattress that provides the necessary level of support and comfort for you to have a good night’s rest so that you can avoid getting sick.
6. Memory problems
After a night of poor sleep, it should not come as a surprise that your memory will begin to suffer. On the other hand, the long-term effects of sleep deprivation on memory aren’t as widely discussed but are equally concerning.
Memory formation is greatly aided by sleep, which plays an important part in the process. If you don’t get enough sleep, it’s harder to remember recent events and harder to make new memories.
7. Aging Prematurely
After a restless night, do you ever find that you have black half-moons under your eyes? If you aren’t getting enough sleep because of your mattress, it may have both a short-term and a long-term impact on your skin.
So, replacing your mattress with the right one can help you restore your skin and make you look young.
8. Joint discomfort
Is your mattress uncomfortably firm to sleep on? Although firm mattresses may be promoted as beneficial to your posture, they actually cause more joint pain than their softer, more supportive counterparts.
Snoozer® builds mattresses with the idea that you should feel relaxed all over when you lie down on them, and that’s why our mattresses are so soft and pleasant; they remind us of sleeping in the arms of a loved one.
This article has covered the health risks a bad mattress can present to your body. Snoozer® mattresses are made with premium materials and are designed to promote proper posture while you sleep so that you get a comfortable night’s sleep. Our products are hypoallergenic and made in an environment free from pollution.
Snoozer® builds mattresses with the idea that you should feel relaxed all over when you lie down on them, and that’s why our mattresses are so soft and pleasant; they remind us of sleeping in the arms of a loved one.

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