Although the average American spends more than 3,000 hours lying in bed every year, almost half of us consistently report that we do not get enough sleep. Experts say that even people who do sleep for seven to eight hours per night may not be getting high-quality sleep. Conditions like sleep apnea can wake sufferers hundreds of times every night, leading to exhaustion the next day. Many Americans suffer from sore backs and necks, caused by outdated mattresses that could be more than a decade old. Mattresses are like any other piece of furniture: they wear down over time and must be regularly replaced and upgraded.
When the quality of your sleep is compromised, it may be time to look into a new mattress. Adjustable bed options vary, and experts recommend having a chat with a sleep expert. The luxury adjustable bed market continues to expand as more consumers realize that the quality of their days — at work, at school, and at home — depend upon the quality of their nights. Undisturbed sleep is essential for creative thinking and for problem solving, and children who do not get enough sleep tend to post lower grades at school. There are adjustable beds available in sizes ranging from twin to king, helping people of every age get a great night’s sleep.
About one in every four American adults report that they suffer from insomnia, a condition which can be caused — or made worse — by inadequate bedroom ventilation, overuse of cell phones and other hand-held technologies, or by an older mattress that does not meet the individual sleeper’s needs. Before buying a new mattress, customers may want to make an informal survey of their sleep habits: do they prefer to sleep with their backs and necks slightly elevated? Are they side or back sleepers? Do they snore? And, most importantly, do they prefer a firm or a soft mattress? Having a list of sleep preferences in hand before talking to a sleep expert can make the buying process much more simple and enjoyable.
Finding better sleep with a new mattress is important, and getting used to luxury bed adjustable controls can help also help sleepers relax deeply at the end of a long day. Bed adjustable controls can raise or lower the position of a sleeper’s head or legs: some experts recommend elevating both legs to prevent swelling and circulation problems. Some luxury mattresses with bed adjustable controls can also help sleepers with sleep apnea control the angle of their sleeping position. As many as 70 million Americans report chronic problems related to sleep, and time lost from work by workers with insomnia and other sleep disorders costs businesses more than $60 billion every year.
Children and teens who play sports and who enjoy active lifestyles can also benefit from a luxury adjustable mattress. Children’s ability to focus, to learn, and to participate in important school lessons and programs can be severely inhibited when they do not get enough sleep. In fact, hitting the snooze button once or twice in the morning is encouraged by sleep experts around the world: the difference between getting enough sleep and being overtired could be as little as twenty minutes per day, studies show. Make your bed adjustable, experts say, but don’t forget to hit the snooze button at least twice for good health!
Craftmatic and#174 Adjustable Beds equipped with optional heat and massage, may provide temporary relief of low back pain, minor aches and pains due to muscular fatigue or overexertion, edema or swelling of the legs, poor local blood circulation of the legs, symptoms of hiatus hernia, symptoms of gastric reflux, nighttime heartburn. The optional heating accessory provides temporary relief from mild arthritis and joint pain, as well as muscle pain associated with stress and tension. Sleeping in an upright position may reduce or ease light and occasional snoring.