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Why purchasing a mattress that fits your comfort level allows you to get good sleep.

First, let us look at the definition of sleep:

a condition of body and mind that typically recurs for several hours every night, in which the nervous system is relatively inactive, the eyes closed, the postural muscles relaxed, and consciousness practically suspended.  (Definition from Oxford Languages )

 

How many of you sleep this well?  Maybe not many of you.  A comfortable mattress has a lot to do with getting good sleep.  This is why when you walk into a mattress store, the associate will have you lay on the mattress.  Laying on the mattress allows your body to tell you if the mattress is too firm or too soft or if the mattress comfort level is exactly the comfort your body needs. 

 

One attribution to getting good sleep is comfort. 

Definition of Comfort:

a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint.  (Definition from Oxford Languages )

  • things that contribute to physical ease and well-being.

If your body doesn’t feel “physical ease and well-being” when laying on a mattress, then the comfort level of the mattress is not right for you.  Let your body choose the comfort level of the mattress. You will know when you’ve found your comfort level.  A comfortable mattress is not guaranteed to get good sleep but it will help ease your body and soul.

 

Here at Mattress Discount House, we do just that.  We will help you find a mattress that fits your budget and comfort level for a lot less than the big box mattress stores. 

 

Check out one of our videos explaining How to Purchase a Mattress at Mattress Discount House.