Adjustable Base Buying Guide
The adjustable bed is a place where the bedroom, living room and office converge and create a space that caters to sleeping well, lounging, reading, watching TV, and working. Prior to adjustable foundations a mattress was a mattress that laid flat and made difficult anything other than sleeping. Today, adjustable bases can create a transformative shift in your lifestyle as well as your health.
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The New Bedroom
Reading, watching TV and using the computer have all taken place in the bed for quite some time, it’s nothing new, but the adjustable base makes it easier and more convenient to do those things.
Adjustable Base positions will improve your quality of sleep, better preparing you for the day ahead
Using your laptop in bed and getting work done has never been easier. Adjustable bases make finding that perfect position a breeze
Being able to get in to that perfect position makes reading and watching TV in bed more relaxing than ever
A Healthier You
Even if the bed isn’t used for work or watching television, the adjustable bed can improve the quality of sleep. Adjustable bases have been shown to reduce pressure and ease pain, improve circulation which can help reduce tossing and turning and reduce snoring.
Raise Your Head to Help:
- Alleviate Heartburn and Acid Reflux
- Improve Asthma/Breathing Related Problems
Raise Your Legs to Help:
- Improve Circulation Throughout Body
Raise Both Head and Legs to Help:
How to Shop For an Adjustable Base
Make sure to choose your mattress BEFORE the base. Memory Foam and Latex work best, so if you don't own one already, it's a good idea to shop for both together.
As opposed to other pieces of furniture, adjustable bases are machines; most of what you shop for you can't see, so Know Your Warranty.
Adjustable bases are complex and heavy pieces of furniture. Make sure to consult your salesperson regarding Delivery and Installation before jumping right in.
Features to Look For
- Zero Gravity: The zero gravity position reclines and raises your legs to a position much like astronauts during take off. This reduces stress on the spine and other parts of the body.
- USB Ports: Charge your devices straight from your adjustable base with built-in USB ports.
- Wired vs. Wireless Remotes: Wired will ensure you don't lose your remote. Wireless will give you greater flexibility.
- Programmable Memory Positions: If you love a specific position, programmable memory will make it much easier to get back into it.
- Wall-Hugging Capabilities: Look for this if you don't have much space in your bedroom. It allows the bed to recline closer to the wall.
- Massage: Some bases provide massage capabilities, so you can relieve stress and muscle pain.
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