Sleeping positions play a major role in getting the quality sleep you need. If you have an adjustable bed at home, congrats! The benefits of owning an adjustable bed far outweigh any regular bed. Figuring out which sleeping position is the most suitable on a zero gravity adjustable bed? Short answer: it depends.
A healthy, young individual may have fewer sleep position preferences compared to the elderly who are more susceptible to bodily aches and pains as well as health problems. And then there’s the third group comprising of people who are neither young nor old but have enough body issues to keep them awake at night. Pregnant women and nursing mothers make up the fourth group with a whole different set of sleep position preferences to accommodate the changes in their bodies.
Read on to know more about the several sleeping positions you can try to help you find that sweet spot with Comfort Furniture’s adjustable bed series.
1. Anti-Snore Position
Easily woken up by even the slightest noise? We know how that feels. Our adjustable bed remote controllers come with the “Anti-Snore” button to chase the snores away for peaceful nights ahead. The user will experience a backrest inclination at 15°. This customised anti-snore position is suitable for sleepers who constantly keep their partner awake with their incessant loud snoring in addition to people who suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder that causes frequent pauses in breathing while the individual is asleep. The most common sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea which occurs when the throat muscles intermittently relax and block the airway during sleep. The slight “uplifting” angle will have your head elevated to remove pressure from the throat and open up your nasal passage for smoother breathing.