Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial in being able to function throughout the rest of the day. What should be a time for recharging, however, sometimes end up being a source for soreness and other discomforts.
A major contributor for the quality of your sleep is your mattress. If it’s too lumpy, springy, or just plain old and moldy, it will be difficult for you to get the shuteye that you need to get fully recharged. Here are some tips you should consider.
A good quality mattress not only affects your health by way of making it comfortable for you to get enough sleep, but also through the materials used for it as well. If you’re getting a memory foam mattress, for example, it is ideal to get one that is certified made without materials like mercury, lead, and other heavy metals.
You may also want to ensure that it is made without any CFCs, formaldehyde, phthalates and other harmful ingredients that could cause health problems due to prolonged exposure. The blog article originally appeared on HealthyBedStore.com blog page. http://bit.ly/2jlhARL