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/ Adjustable Bed Buying Guide

Make sure you buy the right bed for you.

Compare the products carefully.

Buy what you want, not what the salesman wants to sell you.

If you are elderly and single, don't entertain salesmen on your own - get a neighbour or family member to come along too.

Do not be pushed or rushed into a purchase.

Remember many adjustable bed agents or salesmen work on commission.

Find out if anyone you know has an adjustable bed and get their opinion.

Remember you can always choose not to buy.

 

Electric Adjustable Beds

Electric Adjustable Beds are becoming more and more popular. Once it was just hospital beds that were adjustable. But not now, with more and more people being cared for from home, electrical adjustable beds are becoming an essential for many people.

Want a Better Night's Sleep??
Adjustable beds are not just for the elderly or infirm. Anyone struggling with sleeplessness can benefit from an adjustable bed. Whatever the cause of your lack of sleep, an electronic adjustable bed with its numerous adjustable positions, can help you to relax and get a good night's sleep. One of the premier manufacturers is Adjustamatic.



 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to adjusting to an unlimited number of positions, the Adjustamatic adjustable bed has built-in Cyclo-Massage therapy. It also has the Easy-Reach System meaning that Adjustamatic adjustable beds may help to ease the effects of a number of medical conditions and help you to sleep better. An Adjustamatic bed's combination of adjustability and massage therapy will help you to get the best night's sleep possible. Best for style are Oakdale Adjustable Beds.

Stylish Majestic Bed from
The Adjustable Bed Company

Just £549



How can an adjustable bed make a difference?
People with certain conditions (especially lower back pain) can benefit from the bed being at an incline. The optimum position may be for the upper body to be positioned higher than the lower body with support under the knees so that they are supported in a position where they are bent at a slight angle. This position can help take some of the stress away from the lower back, thus taking pressure off the spinal column..

Getting precise and personalised positioning is important because lack of proper support from your bed is a major reason for pains in the joints and muscles. When you are resting on a flat bed the pressure points at the neck, shoulders, hips and ankles can lead to discomfort resulting in poor and interrupted sleep.

An adjustable bed takes away these pressure points enabling your body to relax more and thus ensuring a deeper, more restful and healthier night's sleep. So whether you are elderly, suffering from ill health or simply struggling to sleep well - an adjustable bed is for you.

Other suppliers of adjustable beds are Dunlopillo, Sleepeezzee, Laybrook, Klikmobility, Mobility1online and HSL. Adjustable beds prices range from around £399 for cheap adjustable beds to several thousands.

Most electric beds operate using a remote control unit. An adjustable bed mattress can be pocket sprung, memory foam or reflex. Most adjustable bed manufacturers make beds to all standard UK bed sizes.

Getting a good quality, comfortable bed is a great help to sleeping well at night See our Tips for a Better Night's Sleep - Electric Adjustable bed