Sunday, January 29

A Complete Guide For Buying Mattresses

A new mattress is a big investment that needs some careful thought. You will sleep well for at least the next 7 or 8 years if you want to choose appropriately, but if you choose the wrong mattress, you will struggle to fall asleep or have to substitute your mattress earlier than expected.

A mattress is probably your home’s most significant piece of furniture. You will spend approximately 1/3rd of your life on that mattress if you get the recommended 8 hours of sleep a night

That indicates 3 of those years will be spent on it if you keep the mattress for 9 years (which is about the average). Many of us, however, do not think about our mattresses and how they affect our lives every day.

What To Look For In A New Mattress

What does one anticipate from a new mattress once you have agreed to replace your mattress, and what is the right mattress? Before handing over the credit card for purchasing new mattresses from mattress stores, here is a collection of things to think about:

Comfort And Cooling

Waking up in pain is a hassle! Nobody should have to wake up feeling stiff or tired and also don’t want to feel back pain on a mattress. Also, since your mattress does not breathe well, no one can wake up drenched in sweat or kick all the covers off overnight. 

Of course, in trying out a new bed, there is a bit of an adjustment period involved. If it doesn’t feel right, take advantage of those testing periods, and attempt something else.

Lifespan, Longevity, And Durability

A mattress is a major investment for most people. That means thinking about how long you want a new bed to last is necessary. Mattresses made of high-quality fabrics and decent construction would easily outlast cheaper options, which ensures that a new mattress would not need to be bought as often.

Motion Transfer

Motion transference is particularly necessary for those who sleep with a partner. A mattress that manages motion transfer well can ensure that when they shift about at night, sleeping partners do not interrupt one another.

Mattress Sizes

Not sure which size is right for mattresses? We have gathered information on each mattress size below to further report the next major purchase.


The measurements are 39″ x 74″ (sometimes 75″) for a twin bed.” A twin is the smaller mattress size accessible outside of a toddler bed or nursery. It’s perfect for infants, youth, or adults who are smaller in size or who have limited room to work. For those who sleep with a partner, it’s not the preferred size.


“54” x 74″ (sometimes 75″) is a single or double-size mattress. It has the same length, but it is 15′ wider, than a Twin mattress. For someone who sleeps alone and wants a little more space, or for couples who are smaller and weaker or have only room for a full/double bed, A Full can be perfect.


At 60″ x 80″, a queen mattress falls in. For a single person who wants extra space and has room for it in their bedroom, this is a fine option. It’s also large enough for couples to peacefully sleep together.


There are certainly a lot of variables that go into purchasing a new mattress. The more you learn about your own private sleep patterns and preferences, the easier it is to navigate the online or in-store world of mattress sales.

About The Author:

Aqib Ijaz is a content writer at BrandLume. He is adept in IT as well. He loves to write on different topics. In his free time, he likes to travel and explore different parts of the world. You can read more of his blogs at Eyesonsolution.

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