Published on September 14th, 2014 | by Home and Family0
Looking for Better Sleep at Night? Consider an Adjustable Mattress
Have you been having difficulty sleeping lately, so much so that it affects your focus at work and overall energy level? If your quality of life is suffering because of a lack of sufficient rest, and you sleep on a conventional flat mattress, it may be that your back’s curve–which is more “S-shaped” than flat–is not getting the support that it needs. Instead, a traditional mattress may find you more likely to cramp up or rest in uncomfortable positions that mess with your spinal alignment.
One solution is to consider adjustable bed mattresses and adjustable bed parts that can provide you with myriad positions in which to sleep or rest and get the maximum comfort and pain relief. Particular areas of the body in which adjustable beds can promote good health include the shoulders, back, neck, head, thighs, and hips.
For people who deal with the condition known as edema on a regular basis, the feet may become filled with fluids, which causes them to bloat. This can be uncomfortable to say the least. Fortunately, adjustable beds are designed to help promote more efficient function of the circulatory system, and reduce the negative impact and symptoms of edema.
If you have queries, commentary, or recommendations on the kinds of adjustable bed parts that are most important to a restful night’s sleep, be sure to share your thoughts in the forum below.
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