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What are the benefits of adjustable beds?

I have to buy a new king size bed for my bedroom. A friend of mine told me that she bought an adjustable bed and that she finds it very comfortable. I've always thought that it was very helpful for elderly people or for subjects with back problems. Aside from this, I'm afraid it might not be convenient, especially if two people with different needs sleep in the same bed. I'm really in doubt. Do you think that adjustable beds have real benefits and are a worthy purchase?

Wed, 06/02/2013 - 11:01

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Adjustable beds are based on three, four or five joints. Normally head, upper body, pelvis, legs and feet are the different zones. The area of the legs and the area of the trunk can be raised or lowered, as one wish so that the pelvis follows the movements of the other two areas ensuring comfort to the backbone. There are manual and electric adjustable beds, the latter more expensive, of course. Adjustable beds were initally used only by elderly people and in hospitals but then it was noticed that it gave added benefits to people without specific problems, especially when watching TV or reading a book.

Thu, 07/02/2013 - 15:00

You can buy single or king size adjustable beds. The latter have a special slatted two-pieces base: slatters are stuck together but are independent in movements so that the two people lying on the bed are free to choose the position they prefer. I have got a Tempur-pedic adjustable bed (it's the one in the picture) allowing many ergonomic positions and a rejuvenating massage too. It was not very cheap but, you know, you can't save on this kind of purchases. I can move the base thanks to a wireless remote control so that I can completely relax. Actually, I think that manual adjustable beds are out of production by now.

 

Thu, 07/02/2013 - 21:26

Adjustable beds are very good for people with problems of reflux too that's why I bought one. Unfortunately, adjustable beds'prices can be very prohibitive. That's why I got the bed frame on Amazon and it was a very good bargain. Then, I bought a very good memory foam mattress by Sleep Number. I'm sleeping as never before and to be honest, I've never heard anybody complaining about adjustable beds.

 

Fri, 08/02/2013 - 13:18

Adjustable beds are based on three, four or five joints. Normally head, upper body, pelvis, legs and feet are the different zones. The area of the legs and the area of the trunk can be raised or lowered, as one wish so that the pelvis follows the movements of the other two areas ensuring comfort to the backbone. There are manual and electric adjustable beds, the latter more expensive, of course. Adjustable beds were initally used only by elderly people and in hospitals but then it was noticed that it gave added benefits to people without specific problems, especially when watching TV or reading a book.

Thu, 07/02/2013 - 15:00

You can buy single or king size adjustable beds. The latter have a special slatted two-pieces base: slatters are stuck together but are independent in movements so that the two people lying on the bed are free to choose the position they prefer. I have got a Tempur-pedic adjustable bed (it's the one in the picture) allowing many ergonomic positions and a rejuvenating massage too. It was not very cheap but, you know, you can't save on this kind of purchases. I can move the base thanks to a wireless remote control so that I can completely relax. Actually, I think that manual adjustable beds are out of production by now.

 

Thu, 07/02/2013 - 21:26

Adjustable beds are very good for people with problems of reflux too that's why I bought one. Unfortunately, adjustable beds'prices can be very prohibitive. That's why I got the bed frame on Amazon and it was a very good bargain. Then, I bought a very good memory foam mattress by Sleep Number. I'm sleeping as never before and to be honest, I've never heard anybody complaining about adjustable beds.

 

Fri, 08/02/2013 - 13:18
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