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Top Tips For Buying A Mattress | Mattress Sale Perth | Bedworld

Buying a mattress is not an easy task because it requires a research, you need top tips for buying a mattress so you may go through this ppt document that guide you about very important points so that you can choose perfect mattress. Like Mattress material, Health care and benefits, Testing of mattress.

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Top Tips For Buying A Mattress | Mattress Sale Perth | Bedworld

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  2. Learn about different mattress materials. Before you buy, familiarize yourself with the most common mattress types and how they are constructed.

  3. See what your health care provider thinks. If you have a back or neck condition, talk to your doctor or physical therapist about what he or she recommends. You should aim for the neck and low back to be in a neutral position while lying on the mattress. This promotes good spinal alignment. While doctors are not mattress experts, they know your medical history and may have good advice from that point of view.

  4. Visit stores to test out mattresses. Go to a mattress store and give yourself plenty of time to browse. Take off your shoes and lie down on a few different mattresses for at least 10 minutes each. Don’t worry about feeling self-conscious—this is an important purchase, so take your time.

  5. Watch out for gimmicks. While sellers will label mattresses as "orthopedic" or "medically-approved," there is no medical organization that officially certifies mattresses to carry these labels. Mattresses may have orthopedic-friendly features, but no medical group verifies these claims.

  6. Be aware that firm mattresses aren’t always best. Think twice before buying a hard or firm mattress. Some research has shown that the best mattress for low back pain is a medium firm mattress rather than a firm mattress.1 There is a difference between firm support and firm feel. You want firm support with a comfortable feel. Comfort will be determined by your personal preference.

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