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Advantages of Bendable Beds

Bendable beds, commonly referred to as adjustable beds, are more than mere fashion statements in the bedroom. They offer real world medical and lifestyle benefits worth considering as you debate the right choice for your next mattress and bed pairing. These are just a few of the reasons you might want to consider adjustable bed frames when you make your next mattress purchase.

Lifestyle Benefits of Bendable Beds

Aches and pains are a common occurrence for many people when waking up in the morning. As you age, your muscles and bones have a tendency to groan a little louder and more frequently.

Adjustable beds can be used to create a sort of “zero gravity” sleep position, one where the head is only slightly raised and the feet are positioned above the heart. This position not only helps to relieve back pain, but it also improves circulation so oxygen and blood are getting to the areas where they are needed most.

One of the most popular aspects of sleeping on bendable bed frames is the fact that they are widely known to reduce or eliminate snoring. Anyone who has spent years sleeping next to a snorer can appreciate the novel benefit of sleeping in silence – not to mention the additional sleep you’ll get as a result of not waking up throughout the night as a result of loud snoring.

Partners can also adjust the bed to meet their individual needs. You’re no longer required to lay flat because your partner is a stomach or side sleeper. Additionally, one of you can sleep with your head raised while the other sleeps with feet raised higher according to your own preferences and medical needs.

Don’t forget, since most beds have these as two separate mattresses, you eliminate the motion transfer that often wake you up at night when your partner tosses, turns, or gets out of bed (though latex mattresses have zero motion transfer benefits of their own). It’s a total win for anyone who shares a bed – as long as you choose the option of separate adjustable mattresses, of course.

Finally, with more and more people watching television or working on laptop computers from the comfort of bed, adjustable bed frames are infinitely more comfortable to work with than pillows that constantly slip out of position or tend to bunch in uncomfortable locations.

Health Benefits of Adjustable Beds

Bendable beds may also offer many health benefits worth mentioning, especially among aging adults. They include:

  • Reduction in Lower Back Pain
  • Heartburn/Acid Reflux Relief
  • Reduces Swelling in Legs and Feet
  • Relieves Shoulder and Neck Stress
  • Asthma and Breathing Relief
  • Improved Mobility Getting Into and Out of Bed
  • Relaxes Sore Muscles
  • Improves Arthritis Pain
  • Increased Blood Flow
  • Improved Sleep Quality

In other words, the medical benefits of sleeping in bendable beds are far-reaching and varied. Further, this places adjustable bed frames right up there with getting more sleep, losing weight, and quitting smoking when it comes to wide implications for health improvement.

It is up to you to decide if bendable beds are the answer for your sleep needs. However, it’s not that easy to find someone who would not benefit at all from bringing these mattresses into your bedroom. Most people wonder how they ever enjoyed a good night’s sleep without them.

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    Amber Merton

    Amber Merton is an accomplished writer on the topics of green living and sleep. Her work has been covered in numerous online publications. Amber has been a regular author on the PlushBeds blog for the past 7 years.

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