If you have never considered improving the quality of your sleep, you may want to start learning about adjustable beds.
Sleep is a critical part of mental and physical health. The quantity and quality of your sleep play a significant role in your ability to function, and your mood throughout the day. When you lie down in a restful position and gradually drift into a deep sleep, your bodily processes slow down. Slow-wave sleep (SWS), which is the body’s deepest form of sleep, restores your energy and also performs crucial functions such as releasing hormones, relaxing muscles, heightened brain function and reinforcing learning processes.
If you spend nights tossing and turning in bed, you’re apt to wake up tired, frustrated, and cranky. Even if you counter the weariness by pouring caffeine into your body, your sleep-deprived brain still must deal with relentless phases of yawning, fatigue, and long-term tiredness. If you consistently lack the recommended amount of sleep hours, you face a long-term effect of sleep deprivation, which can impair cognitive abilities and put overall health at risk.
Low quality sleep, especially if you have sleep apnea, contributes to many significant health problems, including nerve issues, arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease. Sleep specialists consider insomnia the most common sleep disorder in the United States, affecting roughly one-third of the general population.
If you have trouble snoozing, consider investing in an adjustable bed. The bed’s ability to maneuver into positions that make you the most comfortable and to keep the head slightly elevated from the body could be just the ticket to deliver a full, restful evening of sleep. Not only can the bed be adjusted to find your most comfortable sleep position, it also allows you to find comfortable positions in bed for sitting up for those who need to settle in bed prior to turning the lights out.