Published at Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 - 09:46:15 AM. Bedding. By Fernand Genet.
If you have a small bedroom, or if you just want to free up space, you should look into getting a loft bed. With standard beds, a lot of space is wasted. Beds have a large footprint, and there's just not a lot you can do with the space above a bed. You can use the space under your bed for storage, but often this space is small. And underbed storage is different from having a functional, usable space. With loft beds, the footprint of your bed is basically reduced to zero because the area that the bed occupies can still be put to other uses.
There are several health benefits from adjustable beds. Adjustable beds ease swelling of the legs or edema and ease back pain. They relieve soreness of the body and sooth next and shoulder tension. They also offset acid reflux and nighttime heartburn. They provide relief for certain parts of the body such as the neck, the spine and the knees. Adjustable beds are especially useful for people who have degenerative spondylolisthesis, osteoarthritis, spinal stenosis, asthma, phlebitis, varicose veins, back pain or neck pain. They are also ideal for people who have just undergone surgery. Adjustable beds also make it easier to get in and out of bed; relieve the heart muscle to make breathing easier; soothe stomach muscles and aid in proper digestion; and are also ideal for passive back stretching, etc. Some adjustable beds also have built-in massaging motors in the automatic as well as manual modes.
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