Yoga, white noise… hard pillows, soft pillows, medium pillows… flannel sheets, cotton sheets, satin sheets… on your back, on your side, on your stomach, on your other side… If you have tried everything and still wake up tired and sore, then maybe your answer lies in the world of adjustable beds.
Hospitals use adjustable beds because of the variety of positions they can achieve, which may help patients get a better night of sleep when they need it the most. Health professionals have always known that quality sleep is one of the most important factors in recovery from any procedure.
But you need your sleep too! And thankfully, you need not schedule a major surgical procedure just to try out an adjustable bed. You can just walk into a showroom.
Adjustable beds allow for hundreds of combinations of elevations for your feet and head, which may help reduce tension on your back muscles. Which in turn may help you spend more time getting deep, restful sleep, rather than spending time adjusting your position every few minutes. Flat mattresses simply cannot conform to the natural curve of the human spine, no matter how padded the top. Adjustable beds make achieving a semi Fowler position (which many people feel to be the most comfortable position to sleep in) much easier, which may help you to get the kind of restful night of sleep you need to face your day, no matter where your day takes you.