Over the span of human civilization, beds and mattresses have taken many forms. Everything from a duck feather mattress and silk sheets to just finding a dry patch of grass to lie down on for the night. A hammock has been popular the world over at different times and for different reasons. Early American settlers had hay stuffed mattresses supported by a netting of rope on a wooden frame. And there are more.
So how is it, after all of these variations of mattress types in cultures and times the world over, has everyone settled for the flat, metal spring mattresses for so long? Somewhere along the line, people began to think that there was only one way for a mattress to be, and that is flat.
Why buy a flat bed when so many more options are available? Maybe it is because most people do not even think about the other options when they are so used to a flat bed. Most people know there are foam and air mattresses, as well as coils, but adjustable beds seem like something only hospitals and celebrities have. Or maybe some people think they are too expensive. When cost comes into play, even those who could afford a Ferrari get a little squeamish. Or maybe it is because the majority of people do not realize what a Leggett and Platt adjustable bed adjustable bed could do for their back and their sleep. And some people just think that adjustable beds are only for hospitals.
Do you toss and turn at night? Of course you do because everyone who sleeps on a flat bed does. The human body has curves and bulges; yes, even men’s bodies. It is not enough to have a soft bed to get a restful and revitalizing sleep; you need a bed that supports your body as well. The reason your computer chair has lumbar support is because you spend so much time sitting in it. Your bed should support your back too.
Leggett and Platt adjustable bed adjustable beds do just that, adjust. It is not just to bring up the disabled or elderly so they can watch TV comfortably. The Leggett and Platt adjustable bed adjustable beds adjust at every level so you can get into a position that is most comfortable for you. For instance, studies have shown that sleeping at a slight incline actually reduced heart burn. And common sense tells you if you are comfortable, you sleep much better.