It is very important to us that our customers get the best, most nourishing and stimulating sleep for the coming years. That’s why we offer a 100-day trial period so you can thoroughly test the mattress to see if it’s the right one for you. If you’re looking for a new mattress, these 5 tips will help you find what you’re really looking for:
- Know your options!
In the world of mattresses, you easily feel overwhelmed by all the options. The market offers a wide range of different types: latex, innerspring, cold foam just to name a few. Regardless of the type you choose, the perfect mattress should adapt to your body and provide the perfect support for your spine.
- Ask your doctor!
If you don’t really know what to look for when buying a mattress, ask your doctor or pediatrician before putting your trust in the hands of a seller. Often they have certain products that they need to promote or you happen to be helped by an inexperienced employee, who may sell well but is not so good at finding the best solution for you.
- Try it out first!
Before investing in your new sleeping companion, you will most likely go to a nearby store to give it a try first. While that’s a good start, it’s not enough. The most important thing is to try the mattress in your own environment and test it in different everyday situations. That’s why online sales went through the roof because all reputable suppliers offer such an important testing phase.
- Attempts to cut costs often fail!
We all try to save where we can, especially as we make larger investments. But be aware not to save money at the expense of your own health! The importance of quality and durability of a mattress is often overlooked. Therefore, many people buy very cheap options and then complain of horrible back problems a year later. In addition, when you consider how much time of your life you lie on that mattress, feel the materials and breathe the air around them, you don’t want to opt for cheaper materials, which will inevitably be treated with pesticides and contain toxins. In that respect: go green!
Knowing your sleeping position helps you choose your mattress!
Think about the position you usually sleep in – different positions need different support: side girders need a very flexible and adaptable mattress, while back sleepers benefit much more from a firmer mattress to keep the trunk from sagging in the mattress.