Did you know that back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide? In the US, total spending on back pain relief amounts to $50 billion every year. For some people, alleviating back pain is as easy as switching their mattress.
Did you know that the U.S. bed and mattress industry has become a $14 billion industry? That’s right. And that figure proves that many of today’s mattresses — especially those from big names — can cost an arm and leg. One reason behind this growth in mattress prices is how important they are to us, humans. One study found that 80% of people know that poor mattresses equate to sleep issues. Three-quarters also agreed that a better mattress leads to better sleep.
33 years, or a whopping 12,045 days – that’s how much time an average person spends in bed! Granted, seven years of that go towards trying to fall asleep. Still, 27 years (of being asleep) is still a third of our entire lives! After all, the recommended sleeping time is at least seven hours (for adults), which is about a third of a day.
Did you know that Americans don’t sleep as much as they did back in the day? After all, more than 50 years ago, people had around 7.9 hours of sleep. Now, the average hours of sleep per night is 6.8 hours. One major reason is the poor mattress quality.
Imagine you just spent a significant amount of money on a new mattress. It’s a specialty memory foam mattress that conforms to the shape of your body. You’re sleeping better than you have in years. You know you should probably get a mattress protector, but in the excitement, you decided it could wait a few more days.
When is the last time you replaced the mattress in your bedroom? If it’s been more than a decade now, you should definitely consider replacing your mattress sooner than later. The Sleep Help Institute recommends buying a new mattress at least every 7 to 10 years to guarantee that you’re always getting a good night’s sleep.
Waking up day after day with a groggy body and a foggy head? Time for a new mattress. We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, so best do it right! You need a mattress that provides good support to properly keep your spine in alignment at night. Anything less and you’re not offering the healthy night’s rest your body needs to thrive during the day.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 33% of adults don’t get enough sleep. What’s the culprit? Most likely it’s caused by a poor-quality mattress. Having a mattress that offers the best support and comfort can help you get a full eight hours of sleep. You might be accustomed to a traditional spring mattress, but maybe it’s time to switch to a high-quality memory foam mattress.
In the United States alone, an estimated 50 to 70 million people have sleeping problems. Of these folks, 25 million suffer from sleep apnea, and more than 12 million have chronic insomnia. There’s also short-term insomnia, which affects 25% of the U.S. population. While the majority (three-quarters) of them recover, those who don’t, develop chronic insomnia.