What is the condition/age of your mattress? I had a full size bed and mattress that I got when I was in early high school, about 15 years ago, as I've been saving money for the past couple of years to buy my house and didn't want to spend thousands on bedroom furniture. Well, I just purchased a new king sized bed, two nightstands, a dresser, a chest and a new mattress. I didn't think a mattress would make as much of a difference as it did. Before I used to toss and turn in my sleep and have to roll over every couple hours to get comfortable damn near every night and then figured since I was awake that I'd go to the bathroom. I've had my new king sized memory foam mattress for the past week, I get the bed itself and the rest of the furniture in the next couple days, and since then I have only woken up once that I can remember during the middle of the night and that was after having a dream. I now wake up more refreshed and not feeling as tired as I did before because I would always wake up around 2-3am and then would have trouble going back to sleep. I had no idea something as simple as a mattress could make that much of a difference. If you have an old, worn out mattress or even one that just isn't meant for you, it might be something worth looking into.
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