If you wake up often in the middle of the night with a bad back and a stiff neck, you could be sleeping on something that really isn’t suited to your body. Sleep is supposed to be a time to recuperate and when you’re constantly waking up because of aches and pains then you won’t feel like you’ve had any sleep at all.
Waking up with little to no energy makes it very hard to get out of bed and especially so if you’ve recently suffered an injury which limits your mobility. It can even be too much of an ask if you have a damaged leg to get out of bed at all. This is where adjustable beds come into their own.
With a straightforward set of controls in your hand, you can find the right position to suit you and to even elevate yourself out of bed if you’re having problems. What could be more therapeutic than watching television on a lazy Sunday morning in the perfect place?
A common belief when it comes to adjustable beds is that they can be unsightly and slightly loud. This is actually not the case and particularly when it comes to more modern versions as the technology has been refined to produce sleek, modern designs that are hard to distinguish from ordinary beds. If you like your décor to be on the antiquated side of things, you can get a metal bedstead which doesn’t impact on your comfort whatsoever.
If you sleep with another then that’s no problem – adjustable beds can be half electrical and half traditional, meaning you don’t have to spend full price on something which you will only be half-using.
You should also be sure to choose the right mattress for your body too. If you like sleeping on your side then Memoryfoam mattresses are able to adjust to your natural shape and when you couple them with an adjustable bed, you are in for a luxurious night’s sleep.