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Can’t Get Comfortable? An Adjustable Bed May Be Right for You. 

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Do you feel like Goldilocks every time you shop for a bed? This bed is too hard, this bed is too soft, etc. etc. Choosing a bed can be difficult because you usually commit to a new bed for years. If you can’t decide on a certain bed, you may want to consider an adjustable bed. For years, when people thought of adjustable beds, a hospital bed would come to mind. But times have changed, and adjustable beds are more popular than ever. In fact, according to the International Sleep Products Association, adjustable beds are currently one of the fastest-growing bed products. So, precisely what is an adjustable bed like these days? 

Adjustable Beds 

You can choose from an adjustable frame or an adjustable mattress. You get to control the settings that adjust to your comfort level. Here is how it works: 

Adjustable Mattresses: These mattresses have either inner air chambers, interchangeable springs, or configured foam layers with latex, gel, and foam. Some work with a remote or others work manually. You and your partner can adjust your sides independently. 

Adjustable Frames: Beds with an adjustable frame have a motorized base that moves into different positions with the push of a button. You can lower or lift the head or foot position on the bed. Some new “smart” beds even come with massage rollers, voice commands, sleep monitoring tech, etc. 

There are many benefits to using adjustable beds such as: 

  • Doctors recommend that people suffering from back pain consider getting an adjustable bed since lying flat on a bed increases tension in your muscles and joints. 
  • The adjustable base can curb snoring. Snoring occurs when airflow through the nose and throat is restricted. The inability to breathe correctly causes the surrounding tissues to vibrate, making the snoring sound. When you lie on your back, gravity pulls on your throat and constricts your airway. Raising your head when you sleep can help clear your airway. 
  • The adjustable base can prevent acid reflux or heartburn. Heartburn is typically worse at night and can make it hard to fall asleep. Also, if your head is elevated, the acid will not back up into your esophagus, causing heartburn. 
  • Adjustable beds make it easier to get in and out of bed. As we get older, getting out of bed gets harder and harder. Being able to raise the head and lower the feet makes it easier to change position and get out of bed. 

Best Mattress for an Adjustable Bed? 

The Sealy Posturepedic Adjustable bed is one of the best adjustable beds on the market today. Not only do you get all the benefits previously listed from an adjustable bed, but you also receive the utmost comfort with Sealy’s pillow and therapeutic mattress.  

Adjustable Beds Near Me 

Sleep Station Mattress Outlet has an adjustable bed for you! We have 3 locations in the mid-south area, and our mattress specialists can help you decide on the perfect bed to fit your lifestyle and needs. We also offer the best prices in town on all our mattresses and beds. So please stop in and see us today at any of the following locations:1713 Germantown Pkwy, Cordova, 24 McLaughlin Drive, Munford, or in the Perimeter Mall at 5266 Summer Avenue. 

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