Adjustable beds are essential for people with certain orthopedic, circulatory, pulmonary, spinal or other medical problems. But they are also quite helpful to people with milder conditions, such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, allergies, and back pain. Being able to elevate or lower areas of the bed with a handheld remote control can mean the difference between a night of peaceful, comfortable sleep and painful restlessness.
Adjustable beds look like any other bed and come in the same range of sizes: twin, full, queen and king. That makes them far removed from the clinical look of hospital beds, even though they have many of the same features.
Many people are discovering how much an adjustable bed can help them get a better night’s sleep. Just about anyone can benefit, as they can be extremely comfortable, but the price tag usually prevents the average person with everyday back pain issues or other comfort issues from switching over. It may be time to question that decision however.