Easy Rest Adjustable Bed – Best Bed For Seniors
There are benefits of owning an adjustable bed for all age groups, but people searching for elderly beds for themselves or a loved one will find an Easy Rest Bed to be particularly helpful. There are many ailments and issues experienced by most people past the age of 50 that can be alleviated by relaxing or sleeping in one of our beds.
Edema, a painless buildup of fluid in the ankles, feet, and legs, is a common problem – especially among older people. The swelling may affect one or both legs and may include the calves or thighs. Doctors recommend raising the legs above heart level to help reduce symptoms. Resting or sleeping in an Easy Rest bed may help provide temporary relief from edema or swelling of the legs.
The most common cause of back pain in our country is aging. Your spine is made up of individual bones called vertebrae, which provide support for your body. A lifetime of wear and tear on your vertebrae can cause back pain as you age. Adjusting the head and foot of an adjustable bed can relieve pressure on the affected vertebrae, and you may find temporary relief from lower back pain when you relax and sleep in an Easy Rest bed.
Aches and Pains
Many people report feeling mysterious aches, pains and twinges that arrive without warning and can hang around for a few days, weeks, or even months before disappearing. Doctors frequently chalk these odd arrivals up to the aging process. It’s also common knowledge that ordinary physical tasks become more difficult and painful as we grow older, causing more stress on the body than they did in our younger years. Resting or sleeping in an Easy Rest bed may provide temporary relief of minor aches and pains due to muscular fatigue or overexertion.
A good night’s sleep is especially important for seniors because it helps improve concentration and memory formation, allows your body to repair any cell damage that occurred during the day, and refreshes your immune system – which in turn helps to prevent disease. Older adults who don’t sleep well are more likely to suffer from attention and memory problems and excessive daytime sleepiness. They’re also likely to suffer more nighttime falls, have increased sensitivity to pain, and use more prescription or over-the-counter sleep aids.
Are you sleeping on the same bed you purchased when President Clinton was in office? If so, your mattress is probably worn out and not supporting your body anymore. The Better Sleep Council recommends replacing your mattress every 5 to 7 years, because both bodies and mattress technologies change over time. An Easy Rest Bed that adjusts to 1,001 positions is the perfect bed for seniors looking to regain the quality sleep they used to enjoy in their younger years.