Sleep, an indispensable pillar of health, intricately ties to the quality of your mattress. Given that a significant portion of life—approximately a third—is spent in slumber, the investment in a mattress escalates beyond mere comfort to a matter paramount for well-being. This beckons the question: How frequently should one consider replacing their mattress?

Navigating the Lifespan of Your Mattress
The Sleep Foundation posits a general guideline: a mattress deserves a replacement every six to eight years. However, this is no rigid rule as multiple variables sculpt the actual lifespan of your mattress. Telling signs that whisper the need for a new mattress may include:

Noticeable sagging or indentation

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