Every individual’s body is unique, so how anyone adjusts to their new mattress will be unique as well. Because you may be one of the many people to get a new mattress because your old one did not fit their body, you may experience some discomfort as your body adjusts to your properly fitted mattress. Even if your previous mattress did fit, there is still a chance that you may experience discomfort as well. Don’t worry: this is only temporary! The adjustment period usually only lasts between one and two weeks.
Adjusting to a mattress that is more appropriate for your body type can cause issues ranging from back pain to limbs falling asleep, so it’s important to pay attention to what your body is telling you to find out how your mattress may need to be adjusted. After receiving your mattress and sleeping on it for a few nights, if you start to notice pain on pressure points such as the shoulders or the hips or limbs falling asleep, your mattress may be too firm. If you experience lower back or spinal pain, then your mattress may be too soft, and you are likely not receiving enough spinal support. Pay attention to your mattress and how your body responds; if you feel intense pain or discomfort, please contact us to help fix the problem with you.
DIY Mattress offers simple layer exchanges so that we can fine tune your mattress, even after you have begun using it. So, if your mattress is not quite right, we will work with you to adjust it properly. Our representatives will guarantee that you are getting the best night of sleep you possibly can. It’s all part of purchasing a mattress with DIY Mattress.