Adjustable Bases

What is an Adjustable Bed?

An adjustable bed is a multi-hinged foundation that sits beneath your mattress for customizable support. An adjustable bed can also be referred to as an adjustable base, adjustable bed frame or power base, but they all mean the same thing: a more comfortable sleep space for you. Adjustable beds are usually motorized and controlled by a wired or wireless remote, allowing you to adjust the head, foot, or other portions of the mattress to an elevated position. Some adjustable beds even include smart device app support and can be controlled through downloading the corresponding app onto your phone or tablet.

What Are the Benefits of an Adjustable Base?*

Alot of sleepers have discovered that adjustable beds offer the targeted support, pain relief, pressure relief and personalized comfort they never knew they needed. An adjustable base can also make reading in bed, watching TV and simply relaxing more conveniently comfortable. Experience these benefits and more, for the opportunity to improve your quality of sleep with the best adjustable bed for you:

Allergy Relief

Elevating the upper body can help ease sinus pressure due to allergies, allowing for a better night’s rest.

Lessens Digestive Stress

Digestion issues like heartburn, indigestion, and acid reflux can keep you up at night; however, sleeping at an incline can help reduce stress placed on the throat, for uninterrupted sleep.

Back Support

An adjustable base allows you to choose a customizable sleep position that more closely matches the contours of your body, for targeted pressure relief. Especially for those with back pain and lower back pain, the customized functionality can help alleviate chronic aches.

Relaxation

Some adjustable beds include a massage and vibration feature to help stimulate muscles and relieve aches and pains.

Combats Swelling

Those with health concerns such as diabetes, and others, including athletes and pregnant women, can benefit from elevating their feet and lower body after a long day, to help reduce swelling.

Breathe with Ease

Keeping the upper body elevated while sleeping can help those who suffer from sleep apnea, asthma and snoring, by removing pressure from the lungs and keeping air flowing more easily.

Promotes Circulation

If you’ve ever woken up from arm or leg numbness, increasing the blood flow by sleeping in an elevated position can help you rest easy all night long.