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Taking the time
to adjust

We suggest giving your body at least 30 days to adjust — read further for tips to get there faster.

Not as comfy yet?

The good news: it’s absolutely normal to experience new sensations with a new mattress. The better news: our sleep geeks and customers have advice for adapting faster.

Engineered for how you sleep

While developing our mattresses, we evaluate lots of things throughout the night — like body movement and breathing. We also thoroughly test and configure for spine alignment for a wide range of heights.

More time will help

Ironically, you can actually feel uncomfortable or sore for a few hours to weeks, as many of us have embraced a poor sleeping posture over the years. Lots of our customers report that after a period of adjustment, the discomfort goes away.

Advice from your GetRest community

Whether you’re disturbed with aches, overheating, or smell sensitivity, be rest assured, others like you have successfully gotten comfy and are Getting further more Rest with their new mattresses.

CHECKLIST FOR YOUR COMFORT

Which concern describes
you best?

For aches or pains, try:

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Inspecting mattress orientation

Perfect support means that the GetRest logo is in correct orientation and readable (not upside down or anything else)

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Looking under your mattress

Ensure your mattress is on a firm, flat surface, like on the floor or on an appropriately spaced slats wooden frame.

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Adjusting support with pillows

The height of your pillow should ensure a straight neck, while a pillow between your knees can assist align your hips.

For overheating, try:

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Taking off your mattress protector

People find that a mattress protector may end up trapping heat, taking it off for a few nights might help you know for sure.

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Breathable bedding & Nightwear

Natural materials like cotton / linen in your sheets, comforter, and pajamas will enable more airflow and cooling.

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Tweaking the thermostat

Research suggests, the ideal temperature for falling asleep is between 60-67 degrees Fahrenheit — this may be a cooler temperature than you’re used to but it could help you fall asleep.

"In the beginning , was a little nervous at how firm the bed was, but within a few days I noticed that my daily morning (and mid-night) soreness and aches were gone."

Keshav – Delhi, India

For scent sensitivity, try:

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Creating cross-ventilation

Airing out new mattress scents is normal (just like a new car). Also, our foams are non-toxic and made with an open cell structure. Leave the bedroom windows and door open for effective ventilation during the first few days.

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Placing bowls of baking soda

Similar to your refrigerator, baking soda or white vinegar can be effective natural methods for eliminating odors.

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Walking on your mattress

Walking on the mattress without any sheets or mattress protector often releases any scent faster — it’s like a massage for your bed.

At the end of the night,
we're here for you

Our team of Sleep Specialists can talk to you 1-on-1 to guide and support further
identify the source of your discomfort, and provide
tailored suggestions.