Sleep is an important part of our daily cycles. Without sleep, we are prone to greater risks of health conditions, higher stress levels and lower levels of productivity. However, even though most people understand the importance of sleep, many still struggle with getting a good night of sleep. There are many reasons that someone might not sleep comfortably and throughout the entire night, including pain or discomfort, a spouses loud snoring while sleeping or the inability to relax and shut off the brain and its many thoughts. Although there is not always a way to guarantee a great night of sleep, there are steps that someone can take to increase their comfort and their likeliness of comfort and relaxation.
The National Sleep Foundation suggests that most adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night, although individual variations exist. (U.S. CDC). When someone is comfortable and able to relax, they are generally able to fall asleep and stay asleep much longer. Therapeutic beds can provide this relaxation and comfort that may be necessary for a great night of sleep. There are many types of therapeutic beds available, with different options for people who different sleeping concerns.
An adjustable bed can assist people with pain and discomfort and even with snoring disturbances. A bed adjustable allows the user to control the bed, and to level it where they find the most comfort. They are also able to control their sleeping partners side of the bed, increasing or decreasing the sleeping level of their spouse to control their snoring levels. Snoring is a common problem among all ages and both genders, and it affects approximately 90 million American adults, 37 million on a regular basis. (National Sleep Foundation). The great thing about therapeutic beds that are adjustable are that it won?t even disturb their spouse, as it is a minimal movement.
An adjustable memory foam bed provides the same benefits of the adjustable bed, while also providing owners with an extreme amount of bed comfort that forms to the shape of their bodies. A memory foam mattress shapes itself to the body and how it is lying, providing comfort while sleeping. The mattress can also remember the shape, providing ease of comfort while moving around during sleep. The memory foam option is great for those who suffer with chronic or temporary aches and pains that prevent them from sleeping. A memory foam mattress can also assist with temperature controls of the body. 86% of people wake up in the middle of the night because of a temperature related issue, it is either too hot or too cold in their bedroom or they pull up or kick off the sheets to adjust for the temperature. (One Poll Survey, 2015).
Therapeutic beds allow those who struggle to get a good night of sleep to find comfort and relaxation in their beds. There are different options available, considering that each person is different and will struggle with different sleep problems. There are adjustable beds available for those with snoring spouses or those who have a hard time getting comfortable. There are also memory foam mattresses that provide a high level of comfort and relaxation and can also be adjustable. Many of these therapeutic beds also provide temperature control to further increase the comfort of the bedroom.