Having the perfect bed for your sleeping needs is very much a worthwhile investment. After all, if you’re getting eight hours of sleep per night on average, this means you’re spending about a third of your life in your bed. This means it’s important for you to get a bed that will be comfortable!
At Beds For Less, we are dedicated to helping you select the perfect bed that you’ll be satisfied with for years to come. Here are a few of the elements we take into consideration when helping our customers select beds:
- Budget: Obviously, we take your budget constraints into consideration. Beds For Less has some high-quality mattresses available at lower prices than you would find elsewhere, and our thorough knowledge of all of our available mattresses allows us to select the best option that fits within your price range.
- Your sleep type: What kind of a sleeper are you? Some people are primarily stomach sleepers, others sleep on their side or back, while others alternate among all of these positions. The way you sleep should be a big factor when choosing your mattress. Back sleepers, for example, tend to get better sleep on latex mattresses that have medium firmness. Side sleepers tend to be most comfortable on foam mattresses that adhere to the body’s natural curves. Stomach sleepers tend to do best with memory foam mattresses.
- Your sleep habits: Your sleep habits should also be a consideration when selecting a mattress. People who are teenagers or in their 20s are typically active sleepers. Fatigue or weariness isn’t typically a medical condition they need to worry about, but they do tend to sleep longer hours than older adults, meaning a latex mattress that supports the body and relieves joint pressure can be ideal. If you are an early riser, you are more likely to feel fatigued at nighttime, meaning a memory foam mattress can help relieve soreness and muscle pain. These are just a couple examples.
- Mattress size: You will never be fully comfortable at night if you are sleeping in a mattress that is too small or too big. Twin-sized mattresses are for single occupants. A twin XL bed is typically found in college dorms. The width on these is the same, but they are slightly longer. Full size beds are wider and longer than standard twins and provide extra room for sleeping and reading. Queen-size mattresses are ideal for adults sleeping by themselves or for couples. King-size mattresses are large and provide extra room for couples, and California kings are even longer, perfect for tall people.
- Firmness: Firmness is often a personal preference, but there is some research to suggest certain levels of firmness can help alleviate problems such as joint and muscle pain or restless sleeping. The best way to determine your preferred firmness is to test out different mattresses.
For more information about how we help our customers select the perfect bed for them, contact us today at our mattress store in Manhattan, KS.
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