by Dylan Bowen April 01, 2022 3 min read
A new mattress will generally be a lot firmer than a mattress that been used for a long period of time as the older mattress would have been broken in. The firmness in a new mattress is caused by the foam layer. The more you use and sleep on your mattress, the weight from your body will loosen the foam and mould and shape more into your sleeping position.
1.Swap the mattress for a softer model-you can check the booklet that has come with your mattress to see if your mattress has a sleep trial and if its still legitimate. If you still think you would benefit from a soften option after having slept on the mattress then you can always consider exchanging it for a different one.
2.Breaking the mattress in-Most brand-new mattresses are firmer than you may accept, so you will need to sleep on them to allow them to soften. This is because sleeping on the mattress will aid in the distributing the stuffing and helps to make the mattress more comfortable. This is one of the many reasons why almost all mattresses come with a sleep trial this is because it allows the mattress time to adapt. Some mattress trials can last up to 1 year so you can see whether the mattress is the best fit for you and if isn’t then you can choose an alternative one that isn’t as firm. Mattresses such as memory foam react to a person’s body heat which can help the mattresses to feel softer.
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