Saturday, September 26, 2009
Looking for a comfort update? Before I got married, I would often have restless nights or wake up with an occasional back ache. A goodnights sleep is worth spending the mulah.
Solution #1: Purchasing a feather bed (worth the money and the feathers that fall out all over the ro0m) It is an instant improvement and feels like a big puffy cloud.
It's the cheaper option for improving your comfort. Usually around $100-$200 dollars.
Solution #2: Purchasing a sleep number mattress. It is basically an upgraded air-mattress with a lot of bells and whistles that allows each sleeper to adjust his/her mattress. Their famous saying is...What is your sleep number? I prefer a slightly harder mattress coming in at number 35/40. A bonus for purchasing a sleep number is, it never loses its spring (its air) or gets worn down.
If you are looking to invest in a new mattress, I strongly suggest a sleep number bed. It requires you to spend more money upfront, but will pay off in the long run. A sleep number bed comes with a 25 year warranty. They range from about $1000-$3000.
Cheers to sleeping better!