For people who have particular types of back problems (i.e., spinal stenosis or osteoarthritis) or have other types of physical ailments (i.e., sleep apnea, acid reflux, diabetes, fluid retention, hip or spinal issues or symptoms of hiatal hernia), sleeping at different angles may prove to be more comfortable and relieving than sleeping on a traditional flat bed. There are three options with adjustable beds: sleeping with your upper torso, chest, and head raised on an incline (like when you are sitting/laying on an elongated beach chair); sleeping with your lower body and legs raised; or sleeping with both the upper and lower body raised, in an almost “V” shape.
Ed, It was great seeing you at the Big E this year. I can’t believe that one year has gone by since we purchased our Sleep Pro. As my husband stated to you, “it has been the best sleep he has ever had”. I also love our mattress – it has helped tremendously in providing a comfortable restful sleep. We are glad we invested in your product and we also appreciate the warm welcome from you and your family. Keep in touch.
Janet and Skip Brown