Why You Should Replace Your Mattress Every 5-7 Years

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Why You Should Replace Your Mattress Every 5-7 Years

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You should consider replacing your mattress every 5-7 years because without a good night’s sleep you can suffer from many different illnesses. Some of the most typical ones are Heart disease, Kidney disease, and Diabetes; if you are not getting enough good sleep at all these could prove to be fatal. On top of that, you can develop sores and stiffness all-around your body and receive damage inflicted on your spine. Furthermore, you could unknowingly have a worsening of allergies and or asthma.

You should replace your mattress because very soon you will develop a saggy spot, more frequently known as the “hammock effect”, this can inevitably cause unnatural back pain because your back isn’t supported in the correct ways. Which, in turn, creates sore spots on major pressure points around your body creating stiffness and tremendous pain around those areas. This can lead to more and more pain in the surrounding areas, and you can develop chronic back disease which will be talked further in the blog.

Another point is an old mattress can become too firm not allowing the user to acquire ample back support for their spine. This can unintentionally cause the natural S shape of the spine to bend unnaturally and unwillingly to conform to the unusual shape of the mattress. This then deteriorates the shape leading to various issues that could happen to your spine. Another point is an old mattress can become too firm not allowing the user to have ample back support for their spine. Chronic back pain is when you wake up and feel sore and stiff because your back is not in its natural shape. Chronic back pain can be from mildly irritating where it hurts to complete chores to disabling in where you can’t move.

Also not replacing your mattress can worsen already underlying allergies and asthma. This can happen because the mattress can inevitably develop dead skin and other dead follicles that can accumulate on the exposed top and inside of your mattress. This then invites bed bugs and mites to approach and feast on the dead skin. So if you don’t replace your mattress, you can develop a layer of just bed bugs in the middle of your mattress. And these bed bugs and mites will have dust, which will be floating around your room, which can worsen a breathing disease like asthma or worsen allergies. But another thing is mite feces which can cause problems for your respiratory system if you breathe it in.

Additionally not having a good mattress can further lead to many more critical problems such as: lower productivity at work, higher risk of having accidents, more irritability and moodiness such as being mad and or grumpy, negatively impacting relationships, higher risk of having anxiety and depression, lowered self-control resulting in a worse diet and lifestyle, higher risk of obesity, worse memory, higher risk of having Alzheimer’s disease, unhealthy skin, lower bone strength, A harder time for your immune system to function, a higher rate of inflammation of many different areas especially spots where aches are common.

Some of the most typical ones are Heart disease, Kidney disease, and Diabetes; if you are not getting enough good sleep at all these could prove to be fatal. On top of that, you can develop sores and stiffness all-around your body and receive damage inflicted on your spine. Furthermore, you could unknowingly have a worsening of allergies and or asthma.

You should replace your mattress because very soon you will develop a saggy spot, more frequently known as the “hammock effect”, this can inevitably cause unnatural back pain because your back isn’t supported in the correct ways. Which, in turn, creates sore spots on major pressure points around your body creating stiffness and tremendous pain around those areas. This can lead to more and more pain in the surrounding areas, and you can develop chronic back disease which will be talked further in the blog.

Another point is an old mattress can become too firm not allowing the user to acquire ample back support for their spine. This can unintentionally cause the natural S shape of the spine to bend unnaturally and unwillingly to conform to the unusual shape of the mattress. This then deteriorates the shape leading to various issues that could happen to your spine. Another point is an old mattress can become too firm not allowing the user to have ample back support for their spine. Chronic back pain is when you wake up and feel sore and stiff because your back is not in its natural shape. Chronic back pain can be from mildly irritating where it hurts to complete chores to disabling in where you can’t move.

Also not replacing your mattress can worsen already underlying allergies and asthma. This can happen because the mattress can inevitably develop dead skin and other dead follicles that can accumulate on the exposed top and inside of your mattress. This then invites bed bugs and mites to approach and feast on the dead skin. So if you don’t replace your mattress, you can develop a layer of just bed bugs in the middle of your mattress. And these bed bugs and mites will have dust, which will be floating around your room, which can worsen a breathing disease like asthma or worsen allergies. But another thing is mite feces which can cause problems for your respiratory system if you breathe it in.

Additionally not having a good mattress can further lead to many more critical problems such as: lower productivity at work, higher risk of having accidents, more irritability and moodiness such as being mad and or grumpy, negatively impacting relationships, higher risk of having anxiety and depression, lowered self-control resulting in a worse diet and lifestyle, higher risk of obesity, worse memory, higher risk of having Alzheimer’s disease, unhealthy skin, lower bone strength, A harder time for your immune system to function, a higher rate of inflammation of many different areas especially spots where aches are common.