How often have you found yourself struggling to sleep? You may find that it is, in fact, your bed causing all the issues. Whilst it may not feel as though your bed could have that much of an impact, not feeling comfy in your own home can make for a restless night. In order to get a solid 8 hours each night, or at least as many solid hours as possible, here are 5 top tips to make your bed much comfier:
Think About The Kind Of Mattress You Want
One of the most important aspects of having a comfy bed is the mattress that you sleep on. They can be expensive but memory foam and adaptable mattresses are often the best possible choice in terms of comfort. Over time they develop to match your sleeping patterns, moulding into the perfect possible mattress for the way in which you sleep. With many companies, they might offer a money back guarantee if you have seen no improvement after 30 days!
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Purchase A Mattress Protector
If you can’t afford to upgrade your mattress just yet, the next best thing is is a mattress protector or mattress topper. For a fraction of the price, you can get a mattress protector that will have memory foam properties, giving you a similar effect to the mattresses.
Consider Which Duvet Covers And Blankets Will Be Best
It is not all about the mattress that makes a bed comfier, but the duvet covers and blankets you use will play a part too. As you know there are lots of different weights and sizes when it comes to duvets, so making sure you find the best possible fit is important – especially when the seasons and temperatures change. What covers, bed runners and blankets you put on top must be something that you feel comfortable sleeping in.
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Regularly Flip Your Mattress
If you have a great mattress and covers but are still finding it hard to sleep then you may find that it’s time to flip your mattress. Flipping it every three months or so is a great way to ensure you’re not wearing out just one side – often causing a memory foam mattress to become ‘too soft’. If like me you have a ‘no need to flip mattress’ then rotating it will help you not wear it out, but mattresses that you can flip and rotate will have a longer lifespan.
Wash/Change Your Blankets And Covers At Least Once A Week
The final thing to do in order to make you feel comfortable is to ensure you wash your bedding at least once a week. Sleeping in your bed every night means that within a few days your covers become dirty again. If you don’t want to wash your covers that often, make sure you have a couple of different bedding sets ready to change into each week.
Do you struggle to get to sleep? Are you trying to make your bed comfier or maybe you have already made changes? Let me know in the comments below.
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