There was once a time where adjustable beds were only for hospital rooms however, they have made their way into bedrooms across the world to promote better sleep. Adjustable beds offer plenty of health benefits, which is why they were initially used in hospitals for many years.
At Adjustable Living, our main focus is to help provide the same health and sleep-enhancing benefits, from the comfort of your own home.
Apart from basic head and foot articulation, we have adjustable with additional features enabling you to fully upgrade your sleep set-up to adjust to your lifestyle and individual needs. Some of these features include wave massagers to further increase blood circulation, under-bed lighting and built-in USB/power ports.
Gravity can take its toll on your body, causing muscular and joint pain from uncomfortable pressure; this can become exacerbated if your mattress is pressing on already tender pressure points caused during your everyday activities
The zero-gravity position placing your body is a neutral position, initially developed by NASA. It’s defined as being in a state or condition of weightlessness, evenly distributing your stress points across the body which help reduce pain and pressure. NASA puts astronauts in this position before take-off to equalize their weight and ease the stress on their bodies as they are launched into space.
So what does the zero-gravity position look like? You can get into this position by laying flat on your back, with an adjustable bed you raise both your head and your feet slightly above your heart. This places your body at (approximately) a 120-degree angle—the most relaxed position for your heart and nervous system.
There are plenty of benefits to the zero-gravity sleeping position. Depending on your specific sleep needs, some of these benefits may stand out to you more than the others.