If you find yourself in the market for a new mattress, follow these guidelines for a better shot at getting that elusive good night’s sleep.

Buying a new mattress is daunting, with these guidelines we make buying a new mattress easier for you:

  1. Is it time to replace your mattress?

It is a rule that after 8 years you should replace your mattress. However, if you do not get a good night’s sleep then that rule shouldn’t stop you from replacing your mattress? The quality of your sleep should determine your decision to get a new mattress. Sleeping poorly? It’s time for a change. 

  1. What mattress type is best for you?

When selecting a mattress, you have to weigh all the options present. For example, if you go for Diamond Supreme Foam’s Supreme Smart GelCool mattress you will not just have the advantage of having a memory foam but also a dual sided mattress with a winter and summer side. 

  1. What is your budget?

choose a budget that works for you. You should at least keep 20,000 to 30,000 as your budget. This will offer you the most options and put you in the luxury end of the market. 

  1. What firmness level is right for you?

Most sleepers prefer a firmness in the 5-7 out of 10 range. This is appropriate for all sleeping positions and most weight/body types. 

  1. How much do you weigh and what is your body type?

Support from a mattress is specifically identified with your body weight. The heavier you are, the more the support foams need to work to provide comfort. Weight impacts how much support you will get from your mattress based on total sink-age and pressure points.