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If you do not feel refreshed on waking up, you wake up with aching joints and back, you toss and turn in bed, trying to find the most comfortable position to sleep, it probably means that your mattress may have become old and is not providing the comfort you require.

When Should You Replace Your Mattress

You may have a fine bed of the best quality wood and latest style. But it is the mattress which actually provides comfort when you sleep. It is said that you should change your mattress if you have used it for 7 years or more. However it is you who should decide whether it is time to change your mattress. After all you are the one using it.

If your mattress is old, sagging, worn out, or lumpy, you probably need to change it. If you have children in the house, you may have to change it more often. Children love to jump on any surface which provides bounce and may use your mattress as a trampoline, which can speed up wear and tear.




Must and Dust

A good mattress should provide proper support. It should take care of all the pressure points like hips and shoulders. If your mattress no longer provides the comfort it used to, it’s time to change it.

Human beings loose more moisture while sleeping which makes the mattress soft and lumpy. If a baby is using the mattress, this can add to the problem. You may rotate and flip your mattress regularly.

You may even air it out in the sun. But over time, the dust, moisture and smell accumulates and then you cannot get rid of it. If your mattress has become dusty and mouldy, it is time for a new one.