Why move your body to suit your bed, when you can move your bed to suit your body?
Your body and spine are curved not flat. If you sleep on a flat mattress, gaps are created between your body and the mattress and you are left without support in those areas. As a result, your own muscles will need to provide the support, meaning increased fatigue and aches and pains on waking – if you get to sleep at all that is! An adjustable bed allows you to achieve a sleeping position that provides correct support to your body and spine. Plus an adjustable bed helps to distribute weight evenly across your body, thereby avoiding pressure sores – especially important if, through illness, injury or disability, you spend long periods of time in bed.
This position provides greater comfort for those who wish to sleep on their side. By adjusting the bed, the spine can maintain alignment.
After walking or standing around all day, there is nothing better to suit aching feet and legs, than putting your feet up.
Head and Feet Raised
This position makes it much easier to get in and out of bedand is ideal for relaxed reading or watching television.
Your spine is curved, yet a traditional bed is flat. By adjusting the bed, the common foetal position can be assumed, but by lying on your back, not your side; this means that the body is totally and evenly supported. Pressure points are minimised and the result is total relaxation for mind and body.