Adjustable Bed Sleep Positions

Feet raised position
After a tough day at the office, shopping or daily chores around the house, there is nothing better to ease those aching feet and legs than to kick off your shoes and having your feet raised, set your favorite massage and just relax. Be sure to enjoy some relief from swelling caused through water retention and to get that circulation going with your favorite position and massage! The beauty of our system is that you can, at the press of a button, memorize this position and massage therapy as well.

'Side position
This position provides optimal comfort for those who wish to sleep on their side. Pressure on the hip and shoulder can be alleviated by keeping the spine aligned through adjustment of the bed, and memorizing your individual, perfect chosen position. Your perfect memorized position together with our memory foam memo pedic mattress enables the perfect position.

Back position
Each person's spine is curved in the so called "S" curve, yet our beds are straight out flat. By adjusting the bed, and evenly supporting the body, you can even sleep in the foetal position on your back-which most people do when sleeping on their side. Imagine total relaxation by minimizing the pressure points. No matter what position you choose, you can memorize that position so you don't have to search for it every day.

Head and feet raised position
No more struggling to get out of bed - just slide off from the raised head and foot position. This is the perfect position for working on the laptop, watching tv or simply reading. Reduce your snoring or breathing problems, by sleeping with your head raised. This is the ideal position for sufferers of bronchitis, asthma and emphysema.

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