The single biggest improvement to your quality of life isn't sitting in the front lot of a luxury car dealership. Neither is it in any real-estate listings, nor in your medicine cabinet. Perhaps the single best biggest favor you can do for yourself, at least that money can buy, ought to be right beneath you every night.
Adjustable beds represent a paradigm shift in the way we think about the sleep space. A large, and ever-expanding range of mobility means your body will be truly supported by your sleep system in ways that traditional frames just can't match.
The idea certainly isn't new. More primitive designs for an "adjustable bed" as we think of it today were around as early as the 16th century. Even if you've never owned one, you've tried to put the principle that adjustable beds work on into practice yourself. Whether you've shifted mounds of pillows underneath your neck, propped up on your arms, or even raised the legs on your existing frame, virtually everyone has attempted to create a makeshift adjustable bed. Unconsciously, your body is telling you it needs the comfort that this alternative positioning can offer. Isn't it time you listened to it and made the investment?
There's a laundry list of conditions that can be improved, if not effectively eliminated with the introduction of an adjustable bed into the home. Back pain, congestion, acid reflux, asthma, edema, sciatica, arthritis and restless leg syndrome are just a sample of the debilitating conditions with symptoms that can be assuaged with greater freedom of movement at night. That being said, adjustable beds also benefit perfectly healthy people. Your bed can fill the role of a living and working space when given the range of motion adjustable frames offer. This versatility, ideal for working on a laptop, or cozying up for movie night, means that the hospital-reminiscent stigma that's been attached to these products for so long no longer has a place. The functional value in one piece of furniture that can transition quickly from bed, to sofa, to workspace is self-evident. Truly, adjustable beds are for all ages and all levels of ability.
At this point it's probably best to address the elephant in the room: the price tag. Cost certainly can be a prohibiting factor for adjustable frame shoppers. Higher end models from established brands can be relatively expensive. But you have plenty of choice when it comes to your make and model, so there's considerable variability in pricing depending on your needs. Flexible financing options mean that even your top-of-the-line, first-choice model doesn't have to be out of reach. Some insurance providers will even cover the cost of an adjustable bed as a medical expense. Consult your policy representative if you think you might be eligible.
Ninety percent of adjustable bed owners report satisfaction with their purchases. 3 When you think about it as an investment in your long-term health, don't you like those odds? According to the people who know them best, adjustable frames are no adjustment at all. They're as natural as can be.