We spent around a third of our lives in bed, so if you’re having difficulty sleeping, one of the first things to look at is your bed.

What you sleep on plays a huge part in how well you doze. A comfortable, supportive bed can make the difference between a restorative night’s sleep and poor quality sleep that results in tiredness and fatigue, with research showing that sleeping on an uncomfortable bed could rob you of up to an hour’s sleep.

While you could be doing all the right things when it comes to sleep – eating the right foods, exercising regularly, switching off gadgets before bedtime, winding down properly and sleeping in a cool, quiet and dark bedroom – if you’re sleeping on an old, unsupportive and unhealthy bed you STILL won’t get a refreshing night’s sleep.

How to determine if your bed would improve your chances of a better night’s sleep…

Are you waking up more frequently unrefreshed and aching?(Required)
Did you have your best night's sleep recently with another bed?(Required)
Do you disturb your partner or are you disturbed by them when changing sleep positions?(Required)
Does it look used or worn?(Required)
Does it feel lumpy?(Required)
Does it make suspicious noises in the night?(Required)
Is it sagging - do you and your partner roll towards each other unintentionally in the middle of the night?(Required)
Are the base, legs or castors lumpy, worn or wobbly?(Required)
Would it be embarrassing if neighbours saw it without its covers?(Required)
Is it seven - 10 years old or more? This doesn't necessarily mean it should be replaced but it is a good time to check if the bed is still up to scratch.(Required)
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.