How To Tell If Your Mattress Is Causing You Back Pain
Linda Nguyen | May 8, 2019
While there are many things that can throw your back out of whack (lifting too-heavy items, bending the wrong way, etc.), assessing your mattress as a potential culprit to your back pain is step one. After all, we spend one-third of our lives sleeping.
Spine alignment is key when it comes to a quality mattress that will reset your body and allow you to wake up well-rested. A telltale sign that your mattress is the reason for your back pain is going to bed feeling fine, but waking up in the morning to pain, which can suggest that your spine fell out of alignment as you slept. Although you may be able to stretch out the pain within 20-30 minutes of waking up, letting this pain become consistent can lead to chronic back pain.
HERE ARE SOME OTHER SIGNS TO LOOK OUT FOR TO TELL IF YOUR MATTRESS ISN’T TREATING YOUR BODY RIGHT:
You’re tossing and turning throughout the night to get comfy.
You feel increased pressure on parts of your body when sleeping in certain positions.
Your bed is unforgiving to the natural curve of your body.
As a general rule of thumb, we should be switching out our mattress every 8-10 years. However, if you experience back pain sooner than that, tackle the problem sooner than later.
Medium-firm mattresses are reliable for being the Goldilocks of options when it comes to providing amazing comfort and quality support. If you’re thinking of transitioning from a spring mattress, take a gander through this article so you can shop with all the right criteria in mind.
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