If you’ve ever been admitted to the hospital chances are you slept on an adjustable bed. The mechanized advantages to having a bed capable of being adjusted to fit a patient’s or doctor’s specific needs is clearly beneficial. For many years this quality has made adjustable beds the primary bedding system used by hospitals throughout the United States.
Adjustable beds have also traditionally been used in rehabilitation centers and in home assisted care situations. But this doesn’t mean adjustable beds are only suited to those arrangements and use in a modern residential setting would be anything less than stylish. The technology and design quality associated with adjustable beds has grown and matured in recent years. The result is a market inventory of sleek beds that fit into any décor.
Why would you want an adjustable bed in your home – especially if you are not elderly or suffering from a medical condition?
The answer can be found in just about any electronic device or appliance in your home. How many of their designs have stayed the same since they were first introduced? How many of them have advanced over the years to a product today with fine- tuned functionality and extras that add overall value.
Why should a bed be any different? We spend about a quarter of our lives in our beds, so the experience should be as beneficial as possible to the user. The wide range of movement an adjustable bed is capable of makes it ideal for expanded use beyond the abilities of a traditional flat bed. Reading, working, television watching or computer use, even bedroom conversation and sex becomes better with the position choices available.
The best part is you get all of the comfort inducing qualities of an adjustable bed & mattress but you don’t have to sacrifice style for substance with today’s high quality designs.