1: The groggy morning
After a poor night’s sleep, the next morning is going to be tough. Your first challenge is convincing yourself to get out of bed.
Lack of sleep symptoms from sleep deprivation due to anxiety or a snoring partner is a common problem. But if being unable to find a comfortable sleeping position is what kept you awake, you’ll also have to contend with a sore back and stiff muscles.
Mattresses which don’t provide you the right sleeping conditions can be damaging to your physical health. To get a good night’s sleep, you need to be comfortable. This means your body must be stable and supported, without too much pressure being put on any one part of your body.
Old mattresses – which can be uneven or lumpy – aren’t great for your sleeping posture, particularly your back. If you’re not receiving proper support your spine could be out of alignment, putting undue strain on your muscles and ligaments.
If you’re regularly waking up with back ache, investing in a firm mattress might solve your problem. And if your back problems aren’t sleeprelated, memory-foam mattresses can often help provide balanced, pressure relieving support that eases aches and pains.
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