4 tips to finding a mattress that will give you the best night’s sleep

Daylight saving time is upon us again, and maybe you’re still having trouble sleeping due to your schedule change with the pandemic. Whatever the issue may be, finding the right mattress to fit your sleeping style is the first step to getting the best night’s sleep.

Julie with Custom Home Furniture Galleries sat down with Steve Maddox from Paramount Sleep to talk about what to look for when buying a new mattress.

Here are some tips.

Tip #1: Do not buy your mattress online. Go into a store.

Here’s why: The feel is the deal. There is no substitute for laying on a mattress and seeing how that product reacts to your body.

Tip #2: Find the best mattress to accommodate your sleep style.

Here’s why: There’s a lot of different feels of mattresses in the industry. They’re all designed for each different type of sleeper. Stomach sleepers tend to like a firmer mattress, whereas side and back sleepers like a softer mattress. Depending on how you sleep, the mattress is going to react to you differently.

Tip #3: Find a mattress that can last up to 20 years.

Here’s why: The mattresses that are designed to last a shorter amount of time (8 – 10 years) are typically not made as great as the mattress that can last up to 20 years. When you talk about the durability in a product, it comes down to the materials and the quality of the craftsmanship that goes into creating that product.

Tip #4: Look for mattresses with hand tufted stories, high quality foam, natural fibers, and durable strong coil units.

Here’s why: These qualities will give you high levels of support and lots of benefits to ensure you get a good night’s sleep.

For more information, visit the Custom Home Sleep Shop website by clicking here.

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Kristin Crawford

Kristin Crawford joined WECT as a Digital Video Content Producer in August 2016 after graduating from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. She studied Communication Studies with a focus in TV Production and Media.