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The Health and Lifestyle Benefits of Adjustable Beds

Adjustable beds were first introduced in the early 20th century for use in healthcare. They were used to enhance oxygen, encourage blood flow and increase comfort for hospital patients that were bedridden. Today, however, adjustable beds can be found in homes around the world due to their immense comfort and health benefits for individuals and partners.

Here are some health benefits that have been proven from using adjustable beds:

  1. Help to Reduce Snoring

    Snoring can have a huge impact on your sleep quality, especially if you share the same bed with a snorer. According to the sleep foundation website, the causes of snoring are the rattling and vibration of tissues near the airway located at the back of the throat. Depending on each person’s size and shape of the muscle and tissue on their neck, they can be prone to snoring. Other health conditions such as obesity, large tonsils, alcohol consumption, and pregnancy can also increase the risk of snoring.

    One of the methods to reduce snoring is to adjust your sleeping position and raise the top part of your bed higher. Instead of using more pillows, it’s important to elevate the whole mattress to effectively reduce snoring.

  2. Reduce Asthma and Improve Oxygen Delivery

    According to the sleep foundation website, asthma is when a person’s bronchial tubes become swollen. Because the bronchial tubes are the body’s airways that allow air to move into and out of the lungs, this condition can lead to a few symptoms such as chest tightening, shortening of breath, wheezing, and coughing.

    It is suggested to get a good quality sleep for 7 to 9 hours per night to prevent asthma from being triggered. Sleeping with a higher head position also helps to open the airway to help reduce the chest tightening and shortening of breath.

  3.  Provide Relief from Heart Burn and Acid Reflux

    The sleep foundation website explained that acid reflux is a situation where stomach acid moves up from the stomach and into the esophagus. Normally, the muscle called LES or Lower Esophageal Sphincter will act as a barrier to prevent the acid from moving up, but if these muscles are weak or in a relaxed condition, it won’t be fully closed thus the acid reflux can occur. People who experience acid reflux tend to have GERD, and one of the symptoms of GERD is heartburn. 

     

While consulting with the doctor and changing your lifestyle is the best way to prevent this condition, changing your sleep habits and sleep positions can also bring benefits to acid reflux. It has been proven by multiple studies and research that sleeping with your left side down can reduce reflux episodes. Sleeping with a head at least six inches higher can also reduce reflux. It will be easier for you to incorporate these position changes if you find a good adjustable bed instead of raising your head with pillows.

 

Introducing the Reflex Adjustable Support Bed from King Koil®️. The bed is designed to provide the finest perfection and the finest experience in reading, working, watching TV, or other relaxing lifestyle habits that make up your pre-sleep routine. 

The King Koil®️ Reflex Adjustable Bed provides a versatile adjustable bed system with multiple comfort positions at your fingertip. Equipped with 2 settings for comprehensive comfort and coverage for the upper and lower body joints, the system is designed for your contentment, as well as to enhance and ensure comfort in both relaxing & lifestyle activities during the day, and ensure a good rest during the night.

King Koil's Reflex Bed's 2 comfort points improve your sleeping experience, allows you to enjoy a relaxing sleep, and take care of your back in the long term. Most of all, the Reflex Bed is an essential long-term health investment because of its ability to improve sleep quality.

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