How Long Does An Orthopaedic Mattress Last?

How long does an orthopaedic mattress last?

Orthopaedic mattresses are made with high-quality materials which means they are very durable and they last between 7-10 years. It is possible to last longer but it has several factors - for example, its condition, how often it is used, and the quality of the materials.

How do I know my mattress is worn out?

You know when it's time to replace your mattress when you see tears and sagging and lumps. Also if you feel the springs or coils through the mattress you know it is time to replace your mattress. If your mattress gets noisy and when you sit you can hear springs, then you know it’s time to change your mattress.

Benefits of orthopaedic mattress:

Some of the benefits of an orthopaedic mattress are that it spreads your body weight evenly, helps with your spine alignment, and can relieve body tension and reduce back pain. It is firmer than a memory foam mattress meaning it won’t engulf you and is designed to support your natural body curves. You get a better night's sleep due to the support. It’s long-lasting and durable.

Which type of orthopaedic mattress lasts longer?

An orthopaedic mattress that is made with latex tends to last longer. But all over a memory foam mattress lasts longer too as it is made from foam and there are no coils pushing against your body weight. It is great for side sleepers and couples as it distributes the weight.

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