Sleep Naturally & Eliminate Back Pain with a Waterbed

There are several health benefits of a waterbed!

When people think of waterbed mattresses, they often think of sloshing and rolling about during the night. However, more and more people are learning that a waterbed mattress can also be great for distributing your weight, reducing pressure points and supporting your spine for a more comfortable night’s sleep.

Waterbed mattress technology has made great strides of understanding since the introduction of the first waterbed over 40 years ago. Today, you can choose from a variety of water motion beds including zero motion options. Consider a soft side waterbed mattress, which looks just like a normal mattress but provides more efficient support. This softside water mattress can utilize your existing box spring and metal frame or headboard/footboard furniture making transitions simple and visually transparent.

Softside waterbeds are known to be some of the best mattresses for people with arthritis, rheumatism and fibromilagia. The most efficient Softside waterbed mattresses have almost no padding between the bladder and your body so you can better optimize the displacement support efficiency of water as well as beneficially controlling the temperature of your sleep surface from cool to therapeutically warm.

The bladder itself generally lasts from 5 to 15 years where most mattress are meant to last 10 years, and along with the temperature control unit is the only other part of a softside mattress that will eventually need replacing. The rest of a waterbed mattress will not degrade or develop body impressions like a traditional mattress. Waterbed mattress technology is also the most hypoallergenic mattress on the market.

Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you wake up with tight muscles? The warmth of a waterbed mattress can relieve muscle tension. You can closely gauge the perfect temperature for you to get a great night’s sleep and rely on that same temperature to be consistent night after night. Dual mattresses are available with individual temperature as well as support level tailoring.

For many people the kind of sleep that you get when sleeping on a waterbed feels luxurious. Shouldn’t everyone sleep that well? Maybe it’s time to reconsider the way you sleep and take advantage of the many benefits of a waterbed mattress.

The very worst type of mattress to sleep on is a soft, shapeless mattress that provides little or no support for an aching back. In the past, a firm bed was once thought of as taboo and only created unwanted pressure points. These pressure points we are referring to are known to restrict blood circulation in surface skin cells, resulting in significantly more tossing and turning while asleep which reduces the efficiency of your sleep recharge. As a result, uncontrolled firmness or hardness, in your mattress restrains your body from achieving an optimal night’s rest; leaving you feeling exhausted earlier every day.

Having the proper amount of firmness, shaping capability and dual softness is an important factor in every mattress that is acclaimed to prevent or relieve back pain. People wonder if they should make their waterbeds more firming to the touch, so today we will clear the air about extra firmness.

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