Another study in 2009 proved the direct connection between mattresses and sleep. Fifty-nine healthy people were asked to sleep for the first 28 consecutive nights on their regular mattresses, and then on newer mattresses during the next 28 days. The results affirmed that the subjects’ stress levels significantly decreased as they slept on newer mattresses.
Go to any of the trusted Sacramento mattress stores and ask the bed experts—you’ll get a similar response: bad mattresses screw up your sleep, and your general health over time. What happens when you don’t get enough sleep for prolonged periods of time? This excerpt from Huffington Post shows just how unpleasant that could get: