by Dylan Bowen March 23, 2022 2 min read
If you go to bed feeling great and wake up miserable, it’s a good sign your mattress is causing back pain. A mattress that’s too soft will cause your spine to fall out of alignment all night long, and a mattress that’s too firm will cause joint pressure in your hips that leads to pain in your lower back. You’re certain to feel this pain as soon as you try to get out of bed.
It’s hard to get comfortable when you’re, well, uncomfortable. If your spine isn’t neutral on your bed, you’ll try all night to find a better sleep position when the problem is actually your mattress. As mattresses age, they lose their shape. A memory foam mattress will stop being able to cradle your shoulders and hips as it should, and an innerspring mattress will start to sag. An old mattress and back pain go hand in hand.
There are a few simple steps you can follow when you want to go about fixing the recurring pain:
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