There are many factors that affect back pain and how you sleep, but a good mattress is proven to make a positive difference – and if you have the wrong mattress for you (or your once-suitable mattress is now old and tired) – you may be aggravating your pain.
If your mattress doesn’t provide you with the right support for your body by reinforcing poor sleeping posture, then it is the wrong mattress for you. If a mattress doesn’t meet your personal preferences then your comfort is compromised, resulting in interrupted sleep that can leave you feeling tired and sore in the morning.
All mattresses will eventually decline in their support, so you should consider replacing your mattress every 8 to 10 years.
There’s no one miracle mattress that will be suitable for every single person with back pain. Any mattress that will help you sleep without pain, discomfort or interruption will be the best mattress for you. Choose a mattress that meets your personal criteria for comfort and support and start getting a good night’s sleep.