Getting a great night’s sleep depends on a lot of different things — comfort, support, room temperature, light, etc. But it starts with a great mattress, especially if you suffer from neck and back pain.
Look for Support
You need a mattress that offers comfort and support to alleviate neck and back pain. The firmness and comfort level will depend on your personal preference but ratings can help guide you toward a mattress that may work well for you. A mattress that is too firm will press on your pressure points and may cause tossing and turning. A mattress that is too soft can leave your body unsupported and lead to joint and body pain.
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A Clean Bed
An allergen-resistant mattress, such as latex or memory foam, or adding a slip cover to another mattress can also help you get a better night’s sleep. Allergies can trigger sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose and itchy or red eyes that keep you up at night.
You can also vacuum your mattress on a regular basis to remove any dust or allergens that collect.