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4 Tips to Quickly Adjust to Your New Mattress

4 Tips to Quickly Adjust to Your New Mattress

Investing in a new quality mattress is an excellent step to improving your health, as you’ll be able to reap of the benefits of higher sleep quality. You spend one third of your life sleeping and deserve the best support during that time.

When you purchase a new mattress, it may not immediately feel as wonderful as it did in the store. Your body needs the opportunity to develop the same muscle memory for your new mattress as it had for the old one. The short, honored tradition of breaking in your mattress will help you achieve optimal sleeping pleasure, making the process completely worth it.

Keep in mind that if you purchased a memory foam mattress, it typically has a strong smell for the first three days to three weeks before it airs out. Rest assured the breaking in and airing out process will be very short, compared to the years of comfort and support your new mattress will provide.

Try these quick tips for breaking in your mattress for a smoother transition:

1. Roll or walk on it — the extra movement helps the mattress to breathe.

2. Spend lots of time in bed to help the mattress adjust your body weight, try practicing relaxing activities such as reading or meditating to stay close to good sleep hygiene.

3. Don’t put sheets on the mattress until you have to — this will help the mattress air out, helping to eliminate the potential new mattress smell.

4. Rotate your mattress every couple months to keep it even.

Thank you for continuing to support us at Gallery Furniture! We take your sleep health seriously and are always available to assist you in your journey of taking advantage of the benefits the 7-9 hours of sleep each night provides. Come see our GF Sleep Experts TODAY at 6006 N. Freeway, 2411 Post Oak or 7227 W. Grand Parkway for a free consultation to upgrade your mattress and sleep accessories for the refreshing shut-eye you deserve!


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