Sleep Well in an Adjustable Bed and Wake Up Refreshed

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Considering you spent nearly 3,000 hours lying on your mattress every year, having a comfortable bed is perhaps even more important than owning a comfortable pair of shoes. Most conventional mattresses have a life expectancy of 9 or 10 years, but most consumers continue to sleep on that mattress longer than they intend, and likely suffer from a poor night’s sleep as a result. If your mattress is approaching or past this milestone, you should be in the market for a new mattress and if you one of the 50 to 70 million adults who experience chronic sleep or wakefulness disorders, you might want to consider your adjustable bed options.
If you spend time in a recliner to elevate your legs or occasionally sleep in one due to heartburn, you are well aware of the medical benefits to adjusting your sleep or reclining position. An adjustable bed allows you that same flexibility to comfortably watch t.v. or sleep with your head and chest slightly elevated to get those same benefits.
Buying body pillows and even upgrading your existing mattress may not be enough to give the sleep quality you need nightly. People who suffer from sore backs should especially investigate their adjustable bed options. A study showed that 43% of Americans between the ages of 13 and 64 say that they do not get a good night’s sleep during the work week, leaving them feeling tired the next day. That makes for a lot of sleepy students at school and employees who are sometimes literally sleeping on the job. And that can cost big money to employers. A Harvard Medical School study showed that 1 in 4 workers suffers from insomnia, and that results in $63 billion in lost productivity.
Whether you suffer from a bad back, heartburn or arthritis, or just want to put your feet up and comfortably watch t.v. from your bed, an adjustable bed can make your bedroom a truly restful and rejuvenating space in your home. Don’t spend another night sleeping in a recliner. Everyone deserves a great mattress, a comfy pillow and an adjustable bed.