how often should you flip your mattress?

2020/06/08
Compared to 60 years ago, the average British sleep time per night is reduced by one or two hours, and most of us have a vested interest in using everything from natural therapy to weekend lies to extend the nap timeins.
But do you remember the last time you turned over the mattress?
While we are all vaguely aware of this practice, a quick poll by the Yahoo UK team found that very few of us thought it would be done on a regular basis-if any.
From \"I \'ve never done this before\" and \"I don\'t need to flip my mattress\" to blank --faced “huh? ”.
So should we-or shouldn\'t we-give it a try?
Flip Or Not?
Don\'t worry if you \'ve never turned over the mattress-this may be the right way to do it.
For those who jump on the bandwagon of memory foam mattresses and don\'t flip, sneil Robinson, Chief sleep officer at Sealy UK, explains.
\"If you have this mattress-it has a comfortable mattress layer and a more supportive mattress-the general rule is that flipping the mattress is a big taboono.
Read more: Amazing things stop you from sleeping \"if you flip the mattress, this means that the features specifically designed to support the body at night end up meeting down at the bottom of the bed-meaning that sleep at night is not very comfortable.
The same is true for pillow mattresses, where the top is stitched with extra surface padding, Robinson explained.
\"If the mattress has a pillow, it should be rotated instead of flipped, otherwise the top of the pillow will no longer be the sleeping surface.
\"So who should flip the mattress?
Not everyone took off the hook.
Robinson stresses that for most other types of mattresses-including the most common variety of springs or coils-you should flip the mattress regularly to maintain the quality and hygiene of the mattress.
\"Flipping the mattress helps ensure that the sleeping surface is uniform and extends its life.
By doing so, keep the surface smooth instead of putting all your body pressure in a concentrated position for a long time.
Read more: How many towels should you have? OK, we’re sold.
But how fixed are the rules?
\"In general, mattresses should be flipped or rotated every three to six months on average to avoid sagging or settling and extend their life,\" Robinson said . \".
Special mattress (
Pillow and memory foam)
Should rotate with the same rule, but do not flip.
Is there any other reason to flip the mattress?
While maintaining the quality of the mattress is the main reason to move the mattress, it is also a good opportunity to check the dust.
In the UK, about 20% of people are sensitive to mites, which in extreme cases lead to asthma, rhinitis and eczema.
\"While flipping the mattress alone may not be enough to remove mites or allergens from the mattress, it will certainly help, Robinson said:\" As some have suggested, it can remove mites from the energy inside the mattress. \".
Did you wash all the towels wrong?
You can also use the flip process as an excuse to suck both sides of the mattress to remove dust and other allergens.
What is the best way to flip the mattress?
The most difficult part now is to move the huge and heavy mattress.
Robinson recommends recruiting others to help you-\"It\'s a job for two people\"-and then following these three steps.
In this way, you can ensure that the mattress is not only flipped to the new side, but also that the head and bottom of the mattress are flipped.
Just spin your mattress?
\"First rotate it so that the mattress is diagonally on the bed frame, then make it right angle to the bed frame, then the rest of the road, is now in place, and the foot of the mattress is now resting on the headboard.
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