Sleep is one of the most important and vital life functions, yet it so often gets neglected because of things like procrastination, a medical disorder, or the addictive qualities of smartphones. While the reasons may have different layers of significance, the fact of the matter is that without consistent, quality sleep, you deprive your body of the ability to operate at a high level. Adjustable bed systems are one type of sleeping structure that has increased in popularity over the last few years due to their functionality and versatility. Every person’s body has unique properties that require individual sleeping environments. There are different styles of adjustable beds, but they all work to take pressure off areas in the body that may make sleeping uncomfortable, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Here are the basic mattress styles of adjustable beds and the type of sleeper they fit with.
1.) Innerspring: Innerspring mattresses are one of the most common types of adjustable beds, just as they are in non-adjustable. They are generally reasonably lightweight, and slightly firm, especially on the edges. This firmness around the edges can make it easier for many people to get into and out of bed. Innerspring mattresses should be flipped once every three months or so, for maximum wear of the mattress.
2.) Memory Foam: Visco elastic foam is usually what these mattresses are made of. Naturally, this type of mattress forms to your body, alleviating discomfort of pressure points. Memory foam adjustable beds do not need to be flipped, which some people consider a bonus! Generally, memory foam mattresses are a firmer style of adjustable bed.
Tossing and turning unconsciously in your sleep is a direct result of being uncomfortable as your body tries to avoid discomfort. Adjustable beds are a great solution for many struggling with these problems, but remember there’s more than just deciding to go with an adjustable bed. It’s equally important to select the right mattress styles of adjustable beds for each individual.
Craftmatic® Adjustable Beds equipped with optional heat and massage may provide temporary relief from: • 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 • Nighttime Heartburn • Symptoms of Gastric Reflux • 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