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Replace your mattress after 5 to 10 years. Why: A good mattress lasts 9 to 10 years, according to the National Sleep Foundation, but consider replacing yours every 5 to 7 years if you don't sleep well.

True love takes time. Because it can take up to 8 weeks for our bodies to adjust to the improved support of a new mattress, Mattress Kings has an in-home test period of 120 days. Remember, you may have been sleeping on a mattress that was gradually breaking down for years, so be sure to snuggle in and take your time.

Based on everything we've looked at, medium-firm memory foam mattresses are perfect for those suffering back pain. Memory Foam contours the entire body without any gaps unlike innerspring mattresses. Most often, medium-firm mattresses let the spine to rest in a natural position.

Sleeping on the wrong mattress can cause or worsen lower back pain. Lack of support from a mattress reinforces poor sleeping posture, strains muscles and does not help keep the spine in alignment, all of which contribute to low back pain.

Look for one that is not too firm or too soft. If the mattress is too firm, it will push on your pressure points and cause misalignment. Similarly, if the bed is too soft, it will allow your body to sink into the bed causing bad posture while you sleep, which can then lead to pain.

Medium-firm memory foam mattresses are perfect for those suffering back pain. Memory Foam contours the entire body without any gaps unlike innerspring mattresses. Most often, medium-firm mattresses let the spine to rest in a natural position.

The stomach sleeping position is the least common and most finicky of the sleeping positions. Whereas back sleepers can sleep on just about any mattress, and side sleepers do well on medium or soft mattresses, stomach sleepers need a specific mid-range comfort to ensure healthy, restful sleep.