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Top Health Benefits of Adjustible Beds

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Most Americans do not get enough sleep. While the National Sleep Foundation recommends adults get between seven and nine hours of sleep each night, few actually do. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that somewhere between 50 and 70 million people suffer from some sort of sleep or wakefulness disorder. New research suggests that nearly 25% of all people in the United States suffer from insomnia. Finding the right kind of bed, or buying adjustible beds, may be a key to getting a better night’s rest,

Top Reasons Adjustible Beds Help People Sleep Better:

  • They are great for people with acid reflux. Gastroenterologist (stomach doctors) often recommend patients who suffer from acid reflux or who have ulcers sleep with their head elevat (more…)

22 Mar 2016

How Adjustable Beds Help Those With Back Pain Sleep Sound Through the Night

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Sleep is a beautiful thing; we spend roughly a third of our lives snoring, dreaming, and counting sheep. For some, waking up from sleep is a painful process with discomfort and even pain as a result of a poor mattress. Many Americans have already found relief with adjustable bed systems. These adjustable beds can support the top half of a person’s body like a couch; studies have shown that those who lie in bed for more than 20 minutes without sleeping can actually have difficulty falling asleep. Here’s how adjustable bed mattresses help millions of Americans get more restful sleep faster without pain every night.

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10 Nov 2015

Many Types of Adjustable Beds Promote a Good Night’s Sleep

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How often do you get a good night’s sleep? While some people are blessed with the ability to quickly and soundly fall asleep nigh after night, many others toss and turn, and find themselves completely exhausted in the morning. Research shows that lying in bed for more than 15 or 20 minutes at a time without sleeping can actually make it more difficult to finally nod off. The secret to a good night’s rest then is to fall asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow.

Sleep medications may be the answer to some, but the most healthy rest is not induced by medication. Medical sleep aids might make someone fall asleep quickly, but may not allow for rest that lasts for many hours. Worse yet, if the dosage is too great, sleep medicine can mean you will wake up groggy and over medicated in the morning.

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02 Aug 2015