Adjustable beds can benefit almost any type of sleeper. They can help sleepers
suffering with back pain, heartburn, and asthma. These are just a few
samples of the benefits that come with an adjustable bed. Continue reading
for a closer
look at how adjustable beds and mattresses help millions of people.

They can relieve back pain.

Doctors often prescribe adjustable beds to help their patients alleviate
back pain. Patients with back pain may experience increased back pain
when laying on a flat mattress, because there is excess pressure on affected
areas of the spine. However, an adjustable mattress allows sleepers to
lift the top half of their bodies up as well as their legs. These two
features release much of the pain-causing pressure that plagues people
with back pain.

They can relieve heartburn.

Millions of people suffer from chronic heartburn or acid reflux. This regular
occurrence can be painful, but it can also lead to significant health
issues if allowed to continue. Lying on a flat mattress can cause the
acids in the stomach to move up the esophagus and lead to painful heartburn.
However, an adjustable bed can lift the sleeper’s upper body, and
even an elevation of six or more inches can be enough to alleviate heartburn symptoms.

They can improve respiratory disorders.

Breathing problems—such as those associated with asthma, snoring,
and sleep apnea—can lead to poor sleep and increased health problems.
These breathing difficulties may often be exacerbated by sleeping on a
flat mattress, because there is increased pressure on the chest and esophagus.
Adjustable mattresses can raise the sleeper a few inches or into a sitting
position, and he or she will likely see and feel an improvement of breathing symptoms.

Come down to Mancini’s Sleepworld to find a great selection of adjustable
beds in San Francisco. We carry Serta, Sealy, and
TempurPedic mattresses all in adjustable options to suit any type of sleeper. Please call us
at (800) 647-5337 to learn more about our vast selection of furniture
and mattresses.