What are adjustable beds?
Comfort is key to restful deep sleep. Unfortunately, a comfortable sleeping position isn’t a black and white issue. Back pains, disabilities and body shapes mean that there is no uniform bed alignment that will work for everyone.
Adjustable beds allow the user to adapt their bed’s shape to their needs, bringing relief to those who struggle to sleep. Profiling beds such as electric adjustable beds are a popular choice, using a touch-button control to lower and raise the bed’s profile with ease, achieving optimum comfort.
Equally popular, a recliner bed often doubles up as an upright seat-type furniture piece, featuring a mechanism which allows it to lounge back for a relaxing sleep. These are commonly used as lifestyle beds.
Who are adjustable beds suitable for?
While there are no strict regulations on who can use an adjustable bed, they are mainly geared towards people with sleep-obtrusive medical conditions and the elderly. Poor sleep quality can have a detrimental impact on your mental state, an issue that adjustable beds aim to eliminate.
The mechanical bed design is incredibly easy to operate, allowing for an adjusted sleeping position within seconds. Disability beds also fit within the umbrella, helping the mobility-impaired to get in and out of bed quickly and easily. The enhanced comfort of adjustable beds makes them suitable for those with health issues which cause them to spend longer in bed.
An adjustable bed is also a great sleep-solution for those suffering with chronic back pain, encouraging a sleeping position which aligns to your spine. Available in small single and larger double sizes, adaptable beds can be used by solo-occupants as well as couples who need that extra help.
What are the benefits of adjustable beds?
An adjustable bed can bring some much-needed relief to a sleep-stricken individual. Helping those with health issues get the rest they need, movable bed frames make the task of getting in and out of bed far easier. Access and comfort are the key benefits, preventing ill-health from impacting sleep quality.
The sheer variety of adjustable beds make them perfect for a range of ailments, such as arthritis or circulatory problems. An adjustable bed also helps to improves the user’s lifestyle, prolonging comfortable independent living. Our range of beds with adjustable mechanisms are as stylish as they are useful. The classy designs will work well with any decor, matching up with the current styles of your room. To get the best night’s sleep you’ve had in years, look no further than our game-changing adjustable bed bases.
How do electric beds work?
Move into your desired sleeping position at the touch of a button with our high-quality range of electric beds. Electric adjustable beds feature a silent motor which is controlled remotely, allowing users to find the most comfortable sleeping positions for them. Electric beds improve the sleeping experience by allowing the user to find their desired sleeping position efficiently, distributing their weight evenly to ensure full comfort.
Due to their easy-to-operate remote control operation, electric beds for disabled people are a popular mobility bed type. MattressNextDay’s range of adjustable divan beds are great for putting function first without making any compromises on style. Our chic mobility beds make a good night’s sleep accessible to everyone, improving quality of life for those in need of a boost.
Can any mattress go on an adjustable bed?
Find the right mattress to complement your adjustable headboard and bed frame. Consideration needs to be given to thickness and firmness when selecting a mattress for an adjustable bed. Given that adjustable bed users are typically looking for a smooth, comfortable sleep, avoid overly firm mattresses.
Memory foam mattresses for reclining beds offer supple padding which moulds around the shape of the user’s body. This responsive memory foam design is well-suited to adjustable beds, promoting a comfortable sleeping position. For those with musco-skeletal issues, our orthopaedic mattresses offer the correct amount of back support. Pocket sprung mattresses are an equally high-quality option, providing support to the user’s frame.
Whichever style you favour, MattressNextDay supply an extensive range of mattresses for adjustable beds, in all sizes. Give yourself the gift of soothing sleep and explore our array of magnificent mattresses.
Can I use a headboard with an adjustable bed?
Headboards can be used with all our adjustable beds and are sold separately. To add a fabric headboard to our adjustable divan bed sets, choose a suitable design from our range. Available in a full set of sizes with dimensions which match the frames, our headboards will fit comfortably onto any adjustable bed.
To fix a headboard to a slatted adjustable bed frame, ensure the slats are removed prior to attachment. This allows for optimal stability. If you’re adding your existing headboard to a new adjustable bed, opt for headboards with hook-on attachment or add a headboard bracket to your
Do you need special sheets for an adjustable bed?
Sheets for adjustable beds do require some special features to stay attached to the mattress as it moves. Fitted sheets which are too loose or small can pop out of position when the adjustable bed is activated. Look for sheets with elastic suspenders or sheet straps as they securely hold the sheet in
position by hooking to the mattress.
Most adjustable bed sheets are also deeper and longer than regular sheets. The added depth and length combats mattress motion, reducing the likelihood of the sheet slipping off the bed.
Do adjustable beds help with back pain?
Adjustable beds work by allowing you to raise or lower either the upper body or your legs. Doing this can be incredibly helpful to those who suffer from back pain as it allows you to shift weight off of your back and onto another part of your body.