Adjustable bed bases are gaining popularity as the population ages. It is no longer just a fixture seen in hospitals but also a helpful piece of furniture at home. It can enhance the sleep experience, aid with a variety of health problems and is an enhancement to your lifestyle as well. We share the 7 reasons to consider buying an adjustable bed base.
There may be the assumption that adjustable bed base only works with thin and all foam mattresses. However, adjustable bed bases actually work with a majority of latex and memory foam mattresses. It may even work with innerspring beds (check with the store). Most adjustable bed bases work with bed frames as well. All you have to do is to measure correctly before making your purchase.
Gravity can aggravate snoring because snoring is caused by air being blocked between your nose or mouth and your lungs. This blockage causes the tissue to vibrate and leads to the undesirable noise when you are asleep. By raising your head with an adjustable bed base, you can release the pressure and help to open up your airways. It can also be a relief for those suffering from obstructive sleep apnea.
Heartburn is caused by the stomach acid moving to the esophagus creating the uncomfortable symptom of acid reflux and heartburn. This happens when you are lying on a flat mattress even if you went to bed with an empty stomach. A recommended 6 to 8 inch inclination of the head has been shown to keep the acid in the stomach and away from the throat. This leads to a healthier digestion and a better sleep quality.
The body is still working to digest and process foods while you are asleep. Lying down flat can obstruct the body’s ability to do its work. By lifting the head by a recommended 6 inches, you can experience a healthier digestive experience while getting better quality sleep and waking up fresh the next day.
For those suffering from chronic arthritis or other pain, it can be relieved by positioning the mattress with the help of an adjustable bed base. This helps you adjust the weight of your body which may have added pressure when you are lying flat. The adjustable bed can also assist with morning stiffness arising from pain issues. You can use it to raise your body and lower your leg to help you get out of bed easily.
If you are suffering from lower back pain, an adjustable bed can help to alleviate the pressure on the sciatic nerve. Positing the base helps the mattress to fit the body’s contours as much as possible. Conditions such as sciatica which results from the nerve confined in the spine’s base can be improved.
Angling your head by 45 degrees relieves compression in the lower back and reduces pain. By slanting your head, it also helps with the prevention of neck aches, taking away the need for multiple pillows. Lowering your feet and allowing the knees to be raised also helps to take away unwanted pressure on the spine.
Another incentive of buying an adjustable bed base is sleepers will be able to fine-tune sleep positions to reduce pressure allowing blood to flow to the heart and throughout the entire body. Especially for those who have specific circulation issues, you can position the mattress to recommended levels to enhance blood and oxygen flow.
The all new Sleepthetic™ Adjustable Bed Base Version 2.0 comes in 5 available positions that can be changed with the touch of a button with the accompanying remote control. To top it all up, it comes with 15 whisper quiet massage modes to massage your head, back and foot so you can drift off to dreamland comfortably.
You may think that adjustable bed bases are costly. But that is not entirely true. Bedding Affairs’ Sleepthetic™ Adjustable Bed Base is priced affordably and also comes with a remote control. Adjustable Bed Base is covered by a comprehensive warranty, with service and world-class customer care based right here in Singapore.
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