When it comes to getting a good night’s rest, having the right bed can make all the difference. After all, when you consider that we spend roughly a third of our lives asleep, it really is an important investment. If you wake up feeling sore, stiff and fatigued, or you spend most of the night struggling to drift off, it could be that it’s time for a change. However, with so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. If you’re looking to buy the perfect bed, this simple guide should help.
What size to choose
Of course, the size of bed you need will largely depend on your individual proportions, whether or not you will be sharing the bed with someone else and how much room you like to have when you sleep. If you are buying for you and your partner, the general rule is that there should be enough space for you both to stretch out without touching each other. If you are someone who needs a lot of space to get comfortable, opting for a king size bed should give you plenty of room to get a sound night’s rest.
Picking the right mattress
While there is no rule as to which mattress is best, it’s important to get one that suits your individual needs. There are many different styles to choose from, but two of the most popular types are pocket sprung and memory foam. Pocket sprung mattresses offer a high level of support and can help to regulate the temperature of your body when you sleep. Alternatively, if you like a mattress to mold to the shape of your body to create a cocoon-like effect, memory foam versions may be the ideal choice. To ensure you are getting the right model, it’s a good idea to do some research into the different options before you buy.
Extra design features
Another important consideration when buying a bed is design features. For example, our adjustable beds here at Adjustamatic include a number of unique extras, such as our NHC Cyclo-Therapy massage system. This feature can help to ease away aches and pains and provide relief from a range of medical conditions. We also offer Easy Reach technology with our beds, which is designed to keep your bedside table within close proximity to your headboard. This can be particularly useful for people with mobility problems.
Try before you buy
It can also be helpful to try the bed before you make a purchase. Take the time to lie down and consider the comfort level, how much space there is and how easy it is to get in and out of. If you are buying a bed for you and your partner, make sure you both try it out – and consider what features will benefit each of you now and in the future.
We offer a variety of adjustable bed designs to suit all tastes and preferences, so why not browse our site further to find the ideal version for you?