5 Pains That May Improve With an Adjustable Bed
Many people suffer from pain and illnesses that keep them from getting the right amount of sleep at night. You need to get a good night’s sleep in order to maintain a successful career as well as successful relationships. If you’ve tried changing your diet/exercise and buying a new pillow, and still can’t sleep, you may want to consider buying an adjustable bed. There are many different types of adjustable beds and luxury adjustable beds even have the option of heat and massage. There are many illnesses and pains that may improve with an adjustable bed.
Edema is one of the conditions that may be helped by Sleep Comfort adjustable beds. These beds allow you to increase the angle of your legs so that your symptoms of edema may be lowered. Sleep Comfort adjustable beds may also allow you to have better blood circulation throughout your legs and body.
Mild arthritis and joint pain
If you wake up feeling mild arthritis and join pain, you will want to consider an adjustable bed. Many times, a lot of the pain we feel stems from the way we sleep at night. If you can improve your positioning while you sleep, your pain may improve throughout the day.
Lower back pain
Many people who suffer from back pain are, in general, less healthy than those who are not. With an adjustable mattress, you are able to adjust the bed into comfortable positions. Many of these positions will better support your neck, shoulders and back. If you suffer from back pain, an adjustable bed may help to improve this.
Reduce or ease light snoring
If you, or someone you sleep next to at night, suffer from light snoring, you may want to consider an adjustable bed. Sleep Comfort adjustable beds may help to ease snoring, therefore giving you and/or the person snoring, a much better night’s sleep.
Gastric reflux an nighttime heartburn
If you suffer from mild, nighttime heartburn, or gastric reflux, you may want to consider buying an adjustable bed. Since adjustable beds allow you to increase the angle at which you sleep, you will likely be able to digest your food much easier. Even if you don’t know it, you may be suffering from digestive issues at night, which can in turn keep you awake. By sleeping on an adjustable bed and adjusting the angle at which you sleep, you can improve your digestion. This may, in turn, improve any issues you have with gastric reflux or nighttime heartburn.
Do you suffer from sleep issues? Have any of you used an adjustable bed? What has been your experience? Let us know in the comments!