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Is your mattress still comfortable to rest on, or does it sink you in the middle when you lie down? If your mattress isn’t giving you the comfort that it used to, then it’s time to assess the quality of your sleeping surface.
As you use your mattress, it begins to develop some indentations on places that receive our weight. These are usually concentrated on areas that get the most pressure, like the hips. Some mattress indentations recover once the pressure is removed from the surface. But as your mattress ages, its ability to go back to its original shape is affected. This results in one of the most common problems that cause disturbances during sleep: mattress sagging.
Mattress sagging is usually the result of the degradation of the mattress core. The older your mattress is, the more prone it is to sagging. At the end of the lifespan of your mattress, its components begin to break, resulting in mattress sagging. This sagging usually develops in areas where the most pressure is frequently exerted. If you often sleep in the middle of the bed, for instance, the sagging will develop in that specific area of your mattress. In the event that you share your mattress with your partner, both sides of the mattress may sag.
A mattress dip that reaches 1 to 1.5 inches deep can cause various sleeping issues, including body pain and other effects of sleep deprivation.
Mattress sagging can also be a result of a poor bed base, humidity, or the penetration of liquid stains.
A saggy or uneven mattress does not provide the right spine support, which can affect your sleeping posture and cause pressure to build up from your back to your neck. This can lead to body aches, back pain, neck pain, and even sleep deprivation.
Other health implications of a saggy mattress include:
A saggy mattress can cause discomfort. If you are using an innerspring mattress, the structural defect can even cause you to feel the spring underneath the comfort layers and may lead to having sharp pressure points.
Are you having a hard time falling asleep and staying asleep? Do you experience frequent back pain and discomfort? If yes, your mattress might be the culprit.
Here are the signs that your mattress is starting to sag:
Another way to identify if your mattress is sagging is to lay a yardstick, a ruler, or anything flat and straight on your bed and look for the uneven surfaces underneath. You can also physically feel some hard and lumpy areas when you run your hand all over the mattress.
Is it possible to fix a saggy mattress?
Sagging is one of the most common complaints of mattress users, especially those that experience aches and pains because of it. The thing is that no matter how high the quality of your mattress is, it will eventually start to sag because of old age.
Mattress sagging is inevitable and can’t be actually fixed, unless you send it to a manufacturer for repairs or replace it with a new one. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to minimise the effects of mattress sagging.
A thick mattress topper can alter the feel of your mattress to improve its comfort. If your mattress is starting to sag, placing a thick mattress topper can improve the feel of a sagging mattress. Thicker mattress toppers do a great job of countering the discomfort and lack of support of an old mattress. This is a good choice for people who can’t purchase a new mattress yet.
Flipping or rotating your mattress regularly can prevent premature sagging and help extend the lifespan of your sleeping surface. If your mattress is old, flinging or rotating it can still lessen the discomfort of a sagging mattress since it allows the heavy parts of your body to rest on the areas of your mattress that are not yet sagging.
However, take note that not all mattress types should be flipped or rotated. Some mattresses are one-sided and should be used as they are due to their zoned design.
If some parts of your mattress are sagging, you may place some pillows on areas that require extra support. You may also lay some pillows underneath the sagging parts of the mattress to prop up the support of your sleeping surface.
Like your mattress, your foundation can also lose its support and cause your mattress to sag. Mattress foundations with inadequate support can cause a mattress to sag faster, especially the parts between the slats. So, whether you are trying to prevent mattress sagging or buying a new mattress for your bedroom, consider checking the quality of the mattress foundation.
If the mattress sagging is beyond help, try reading the manufacturer’s warranty coverage to see if the issues you have with your mattress are covered under the warranty.
Mattress mattresses is a huge indication that your sleeping solution is already at the end of its lifespan. If your mattress begins to sag and lose its comfort, you are prone to experiencing back pain and a lack of quality sleep. These will greatly affect your health and quality of life.
To prevent the implications of a bad mattress, we recommend upgrading your sleeping solution. This will not only put an end to your unpleasant experience with a saggy mattress but will also give you the benefits of sleeping on a new surface.
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