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For individuals living with back pain and poor circulation that has contributed to sleep deprivation or a dive in sleep quality, the adjustable bed base and mattress may be your solution. For most, the side sleeping position is often adopted, but if the pressure points on your hips, knees, and shoulders are causing aches and pains, your bed is either too firm, or it’s time to look into an adjustable mattress.
The adjustable bases and mattresses at back to sleep conform into many positions optimising sleep through freeing circulation and relieving muscle tension, acid reflux and with the gravity position, it even helps reduce snoring. The simple pleasures and necessities in life are something that we, as humans, are entitled to. If you’re experiencing sleep-related pains and sleep deprivation, it’s time to consider an electric adjustable bed.
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What is an adjustable bed?
The electric adjustable bed can manipulate its shape to suit its occupier, achieving comfort, support, and medical benefits.
What sizes do adjustable beds come in?
Our adjustable beds and mattresses come in sizes including single, long single, king single, long double, split queen, split king, double, queen & king.
Are adjustable beds electric?
Adjustable beds are electric and controlled with a wireless remote.
Do adjustable beds help back pain?
Electric adjustable beds have many benefits. With the ability to conform to your sleeping environment, you may adapt and alleviate back pain by adjusting the function, achieving a great night’s sleep.
What are the best mattresses for adjustable beds?
Adjustable mattresses must be malleable but still hold their integrity, comfort and support. Latex, Memory Foam or Inner Spring, all types of mattresses can be used for adjustable beds but they must be the right thickness and density. It’s best to talk to a specialist to ensure precise results.
Does NDIS pay for adjustable beds?
The NDIS covers adjustable beds but it must be in the health plan allocated to the individual under the scheme. Will an adjustable bed improve your mobility, health, and overall well-being? So what are your goals?
- Reduce the manual handling risk to carers and yourself
- The ability to get in and out of bed safely
- Being able to shift positions and manoeuvre within the bed
- Minimise the risk of pressure sores
- Elevation of head or legs for relief of your health conditions
- Being able to improve your independence of bed mobility and bed transfers
- Necessary support in your everyday life, to help you live as independently as possible
If the above relates to your current living situation, you may be eligible for NDIS covered back to sleep products.
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ELECTRIC BEDS AND ELEVATED SLEEPING
Much research has been – and continues to be – carried out, regarding the health benefits of elevated sleeping. Keeping your head elevated while you sleep can go a long way to curtailing many of those sleep disruptors— sleep apnoea and snoring to name just a couple. Keeping your head elevated while sleeping has been found to decrease sleep apnoea and snoring by decreasing the obstruction to your food passage and airways.