Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Benefits Of Owning Adjustable Beds

By Moe Kittaneh

Many people have difficulty sleeping for various reasons. Some suffer from some sort of pain, others have insomnia, and others simply cannot get comfortable. Adjustable beds used to be used primarily for the home care of patients. This has changed and more people than ever are purchasing these types of beds.

Hospitals have relied on the use of adjustable beds for many years. They make it much easier to take care of their patients and can be moved easily. The beds can be moved in many different positions and can be adjusted to fit the individual needs of a patient. They are instrumental in providing great patient care. They are also especially helpful to a patient who is recovering from surgery.

Many people suffer from severe back pain and have a difficult time getting comfortable in their bed. These people have found that adjustable beds are a plausible solution to this problem. They are able to lower and raise the bed in any position that allows them to be at ease.

Acid Reflux is a common disorder and it is often very difficult for those who suffer from it to get any rest. Acid will come back up through the esophagus and cause much discomfort. Many have found that by raising their upper body, the symptoms are alleviated. This is possible with the use of an adjustable bed.

Millions of people suffer from arthritis. This painful condition also makes it difficult to sleep. By moving your bed into a different position; you can lessen the pain that you are experiencing. This has been very helpful and has increased the number of hours of restful sleep they obtain. A person always feels so much better after getting a good night's sleep.

These beds are also used by those with breathing problems and asthma. There are bed positions that will encourage better breathing and these can be accommodated by this versatile type of bed. Asthma sufferers have reported that they experienced a great difference in their breathing by changing the position that they lay in.

These beds may be a bit more expensive than traditional beds, but they offer a solution to restless nights without sleep. Many believe that the added expense is definitely worth it. Studies show that we should try to get between 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Many people have reported that they are now getting that with the use of these types of beds.

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