Why bed and comfort should go hand in hand


We spend around a third of our lives in bed, this alone should be enough to convince anyone and everyone of the need for a comfortable bed.

Beds are not created equal, far from it. Many beds are made using antiquated materials and construction techniques, many beds are poorly designed and built, many beds may start off comfortable but do not have the staying power to provide the levels of comfort and support that you need over the years. It is unbelievable how many people have uncomfortable beds and the problem is that an uncomfortable bed can actually be bad for you. 

Sleeping on a comfortable is not only nice, in that it is relaxing and pleasant to be in, but it is also good for both your physical and mental health. Sleeping in a bed that is uncomfortable can have a number of negative health effects. It can inhibit circulation, it can exacerbate existing muscular and skeletal problems and it can lead to depression, exhaustion and anxiety. All from an uncomfortable bed.

The best kind of bed is one that allows your body to dictate the shape, one that responds to your unique body size and posture, providing a healthy comfort as you sleep.

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