Getting A New Mattress
You may be surprised by just how much a bad mattress can impact your sleep. If your mattress is 7-10 years old and/or showing signs of wear, it might be time to look for a new one. Even if your mattress isn’t old but you wake up with neck and back pain or struggle to get comfortable, it may be worth considering researching other types of mattresses.
When you’re mattress shopping, you’ll quickly realize how many choices there are. Be sure to factor in your sleep style (back, side, stomach, or combo), as well as your preference in firmness level.
If you’re thinking that a firmer mattress will work best for you, look at the Amerisleep models, which can accommodate back and stomach sleepers. If you need a mattress that’s a little softer, check out the Zinus mattresses, which are affordable and great for those who overheat while sleeping.
Getting A New Smartphone
This one may sound strange at first. After all, aren’t phones supposed to be bad for your bedtime routine? The answer is yes and no. Staring at your phone while lying in bed can disrupt your sleep, but there are also tons of apps designed specifically to help people get better sleep. Here’s the catch: You need to make sure your phone can handle it when you’re running more apps. If you have an older device, think about upgrading to a newer version. If you trade in your old phone, some wireless carriers will offer you account credits when you purchase a new model.
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