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6 Health benefits of using an adjustable bed

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Adjustable beds have been around for years. An adjustable bed is just a bed that has a multi-hinged lying surface. This surface can be changed to rest in many different positions. The most common adjustment for an adjustable bed is inclining the upper body and raising the lower body, independently of each other.

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Adjustable beds have been used in hospitals for decades. Adjustable beds have become a popular trend in home health care in the past thirty years. The reason that these beds have been used in the medical field for so long, and are becoming more popular for the general public’s use is that they have so many health benefits. Let’s talk about some of the many health benefits of an adjustable bed.

1. Lower back pain. Adjustable beds have been proven to ease lower back pain. Lying on a flat surface doesn’t always keep your spinal curves aligned properly. Using a memory foam mattress with an adjustable bed can keep your spine aligned properly and supported naturally.

2. Shoulder and Neck Tension. Many people go to bed with neck and shoulder tension from a long, hard day. Many mattresses and beds do not take away this tension, but add to it. Adjustable beds can keep the upper body elevated and can keep the natural curve of the neck aligned. Some adjustable beds even offer massage settings that can really relieve shoulder and neck tension.

3. Circulatory issues. Certain mattresses and beds create pressure points because they are too firm. Pressure points decrease the amount of circulation in your body. Sleeplessness, numbness in arms and legs, and a feeling sluggish are all effects of decreased circulation. Using a memory foam or latex foam mattress with your adjustable bed can actually increase your body’s circulation. Keeping your legs and upper body slightly elevated while you sleep can also eliminate circulatory issues.

4. Asthma and other breathing difficulties. Many people who suffer from asthma have a hard time at night. By keeping the upper body elevated takes pressure off of the lungs. When this pressure is taken off of the lungs, breathing becomes much easier. Other breathing difficulties can arise while sleeping. Keeping the legs elevated can stimulate the entry of fluid into the circulatory system and out of the lungs.

5. Edema. Edema is when an abnormal amount of fluid builds up in the body. It can cause major swelling in the hands and other extremities. Keeping your legs elevated can significantly reduce edema.

6. Acid Reflux. Many people around the world suffer from acid reflux. It is caused by the lower esophageal sphincter relaxing too much. When the sphincter relaxes this much, it allows stomach acids to leak back into the esophagus. Doctors recommend elevated the head and upper body to reduce acid reflux.

There are countless health benefits to using an adjustable bed. You might find more health benefits than someone else. Adjustable beds and the right mattress can significantly improve your health.

Leggett and Platt Compared To Ergomotion Adjustable Beds

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Adjustable bed frames add more versatility to any mattress. Adjustable beds are much more luxurious now than ever before. Leggett and Platt is an American company that offers high quality adjustable beds. Ergomotion is made by a Chinese company. Let’s take a closer look between the two manufacturers.

Leggett and Platt
Leggett and Platt specializes in adjustable beds. L&P offers the S-cape adjustable bed, the Optima, the Silouette, the Pro-Motion, the Profile, the Adjusta-Magic and the Lifestyles adjustable bed. All of the L&P adjustable beds come with added features that customize the bed frame. These features may include: remote control hand wand, Wallhugger engineering, high quality motors, durable rolling casters, massage options, heat options, variable height options, etc.

Leggett and Platt adjustable frames come in two main operating systems. You can choose from the DC Whisper Quiet Operating System or the AC Powerlift Operating System. Both operating systems come with a different warranty.

DC Whisper Quiet Operating SystemS-Cape Adjustable Bed by Leggett and Platt
Adjustable beds that are powered by the DC Whisper Quiet Operating System come with a good warranty. These beds come with a 1st Year Full Service Warranty. The warranty also covers part-only repairs for the entire second year. It also has a Lifetime Limited Warranty. There are six adjustable beds to choose from that come with this operating system. These include: S-Cape DC, Optima DC, Promotion DC, Profile DC, Lifestyles DC, and the Silhouette DC.

AC Powerlift Operating System
The AC Powerlift Operating System comes with a bit of a more extended warranty. The warranty covers the first year of full service. The second year of the warranty through the fifth year covers parts only. It also includes a Lifetime Limited Warranty. Seven adjustable beds come with this operating system. These include: the S-Cape AC, Optima AC, Promotion AC, Profile AC, Lifestyles AC, the Silhouette AC and the Adjusta-Magic.

Leggett and Platt adjustable beds are the highest quality adjustable bed frames on the market today. L&P offers incredible warranties on these beds. Customers also have the option to add an extended warranty in addition to the standard warranty. The extended warranty covers the labor component of the warranty for an additional
two years. The labor component of the warranty can be added for an additional four years. Leggett and Platt adjustable beds deliver supreme quality with excellent warranties. Instead of offering several different warranties, Ergomotion beds come with a 20 year limited warranty.

Leggett and Platt manufacture high quality adjustable bed frames. These bed frames are considered to be more luxurious than other adjustable bed frames. L&P adjustable bed frames come with a variety of options, features and warranty options. Ergomotion adjustable beds are a slightly lower quality product. These beds don’t come with as many options as the L&P adjustable beds. Either way, L&P adjustable beds and Ergomotion beds offer a versatile night’s sleep.

Personal Comfort at the Touch of a Button | Adjustable Bed Mattress

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

An Adjustable Bed Mattress – Personal Comfort at the Touch of a Button

Do you find yourself constantly tossing and turning all night long? Most likely, some of this discomfort is caused by your mattress. However, your bed frame could also be to blame. Many people find that upgrading to a newer and more comfortable mattress doesn’t always fix their sleeping problems. If you want to enjoy personal comfort at the touch of a button, you may want to look into getting an adjustable bed.

Adjustable beds come in a variety of sizes, materials and designs. You aren’t limited to buying an adjustable bed that looks like a hospital bed anymore. Adjustable beds are simply beds that have a multi-hinged lying surface. This surface can be changed to rest in a number of different positions. The most common adjustment on an adjustable bed is where the upper body and lower body are raised, independent of each other.

Hospitals have been using adjustable beds for years. For the past three decades, adjustable beds have been used more and more for home-care and for general public use. Adjustable beds have been found to alleviate certain conditions. Adjustable beds have helped patients with chronic back pain, neck pain, patients who have undergone surgery, patients with acid-reflux and more.

Adjustable beds are being used more in the home because of their increased features and unique designs. It used to be that adjustable beds were so noisy to adjust because the motor was extremely loud. The motor has now been put in a sound dampening encasement in order to make adjustable beds less noisy and more apt for home use. You can also choose from a number of different features for your adjustable bed. Adjustable beds now come with heat settings, massage settings, and many more.

If you are trying to sleep on the most comfortable surface, you may want to switch to an adjustable bed. You have a variety of different options to choose from and you can use virtually any type of mattress. People have been the most pleased with the latex mattress, memory foam mattress and top quality air mattress. Look into getting an adjustable bed for your home. You can experience personal comfort at the touch of a button.

4 Advantages of Adjustable Beds

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

Advantages of Adjustable Beds

Adjustable beds have been used in hospitals and for in-home patients for quite awhile now. However, they are becoming more and more popular for general use. Adjustable beds are defined as a bed in which the head and foot sections can move to different comfort levels. Ever since I was a little girl, I remember seeing commercials for adjustable beds on T.V. Adjustable beds aren’t just for a patient anymore. They are for anyone who wants a little more versatility from their bed.

Some advantages of adjustable beds include:

1. Electrical motors. All of the adjustable beds on the market today use electrical motors. These motors work efficiently to move either section up or down. Many beds also offer extra settings. These settings can include a heat setting, a massage setting or both.

2. Medicinal Purposes. Adjustable beds have long proved to have several medical advantages. Some of their medical benefits include: the improvement of circulation, relieves lower back pain, decreases tension, improvement of breathing, decrease of acid reflux, etc. Adjustable beds allow the sleeper to sleep or rest in the semi-fowler position. This position is where the head is elevated to 30-45 degrees. Adjustable beds are also used often for patients who have recently undergone surgery.

3. Reading or relaxing. Many people like to read, watch T.V. or relax in their beds. Traditional mattresses can make it somewhat difficult to relax in bed. I know that reading often makes me extremely sleepy or uncomfortable when I read while lying flat. Adjustable beds make it easier to relax in bed. You can read while sitting up an lying down.

4. Comfort. Some people find traditional mattresses uncomfortable because they are so flat. Some people prefer to sleep while inclined at an angle. Adjustable beds provide the perfect amount of comfort for these people. They can relax to the position they want with just a push of a button.

Adjustable beds became available for general use in the 1960s. People have found them to be very comfortable and supportive. Adjustable beds are still used in medical settings. They work well for surgery patients, acid-reflux sufferers, chronic back victims and more. Check out adjustable beds if you are looking for something more from your sleep experience.

What Is The Maximum Weight Capacity Of The Adjustable Frames Sold At Rocky Mountain Mattress

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

Here is another questions we get quite often here at Rocky Mountain Mattress – What’s the maximum weight capacity of the adjustable frames we sell?

Rocky Mountain Mattress is your one stop shopping center for excellent products at great prices. We offer mattresses, mattress toppers, custom mattresses, accessories and adjustable beds. If you are looking for a top quality adjustable bed, look no further than Rocky Mountain Mattress.

We offer two adjustable beds that fit the needs of most people. We offer the ProMotion Adjustable Bed and the S-Cape Adjustable Bed. The ProMotion bed has numerous adjustments to provide support your head, neck, back (both upper and lower), hips, legs and feet. It comes with several features that allow it to be a complete relaxation center. It also offers a durable steel frame, ergonomic remote control, lift motors and seven inch leg height.

The S-Cape Adjustable bed offers more options for a slightly higher price. Like the ProMotion, it offers superior wall hugger capacity. It also offers a three position memory recall, 30 minute massage time, memory massage recall, one touch Neurosage massage, and more. The ProMotion bed compares to a Chevy, while the S-Cape is more luxurious, like a Lexus or Acura.

Both beds offer reasonable maximum weight capacities. The maximum weight capacity depends on the size mattress used in each adjustable bed. Below are the weight capacities for each bed.

ProMotion Maximum Weight Capacity

Twin 350 lbs
Full XL 400 lbs
Queen 400 lbs
Dual King 700 lbs

S-Cape Adjustable Maximum Weight Capacity

Twin 350 lbs
Full XL 400 lbs
Queen 400 lbs
Dual King 700 lbs

If you are looking for a great adjustable bed, check out the ProMotion Adjustable Bed and the S-Cape Adjustable Bed bed from Rocky Mountain Mattress. You won’t be disappointed.

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