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Whether you’re thinking about an adjustable base to help with snoring, to ease your pain, or to just simply enjoy more wind-down time in bed, Mattress Carnival can make those dreams come true. We have an amazing selection of adjustable bases and can help you find one that will fit perfectly with your mattress. Visit us to talk to one of our sleep experts today. We look forward to hearing from you!
HERE ARE FIVE BENEFITS OF ADJUSTABLE BASES FOR YOUR SLEEP
When it comes to sleeping comfortably, there’s usually more to consider than just a mattress itself. If you elevate the head and legs it can help people with various conditions fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. In the past, the only way to do this was by placing extra pillows under the head or under the knees, but today’s adjustable bases allow sleepers to find a naturally comfortable position just by sliding into bed and pushing a couple of buttons.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE MAJOR BENEFITS OF ADJUSTABLE BASES:
1) STOP PAIN
We all know someone who sleeps best semi-upright in a recliner. This is because lying flat can put too much pressure on the joints and spine and aggravate lower back and neck pain. An adjustable base can help individuals with back pain from Osteoarthritis and spinal stenosis because it relieves pressure points by elevating the upper body and allows a slight bend in the knees, resulting in a more neutral position. There are many people who have recently had back or neck surgery that also report they sleep much more comfortably on a bed with an adjustable base for the same reasons.
2) GET RID OF SNORING AND FINALLY START BREATHING BETTER
One of the major causes of snoring is because when you sleep, the muscles in your throat relax, this can happen so much that air can’t get through. And if you’re overweight its worse, sleeping on your back can allow the extra weight in your neck to shut the windpipe, that causes you to snore. But when sleeping on an incline, it allows the airway to stay open.
Adjustable beds also help those who have sleep apnea. Apnea episodes can happen when the tissue in the back of the throat collapses over the airway, this ccan cause you to stop breathing for up to 10 seconds at a time throughout the night. If you sleep upright it helps to keep the tongue from falling back and blocking the airway, which results in a much higher quality sleep.
3) LOWER INDIGESTION
There’s a good reason it's said that you shouldn’t lay down right after eating a big meal. Laying flat in bed puts your throat and stomach at the same level, allowing stomach acids to easily enter your esophagus and cause heartburn. Especially for those who suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and other indigestion problems, a bed that allows you to sleep with your upper body elevated can make sleeping much more comfortable.
4) RELIEVE SWELLING
When you stand at work or just don’t sit down much throughout the day, you may experience swelling in your feet and lower legs. Elevating your lower legs can reduce these effects and combat varicose veins and blood pooling. If you’ve ever had an injury such as a sprain or a break, your doctor probably told you to elevate the injured limb to help reduce pain. Having a bed with an adjustable base makes this much easier than trying to keep pillows stacked in the same position all night.
5) FLEXIBLE LIFESTYLE
If you read, watch TV or work on your laptop in most beds it requires stacking up pillows behind you to stay elevated. But an adjustable base under your mattress can allow you to sit upright for as long as you want and just click a button when you’re ready to go to sleep.