Many people don’t realize that anti-snoring mouthpieces not only treat snoring, but are helpful for sleep apnea too.
In this post we talk about what to look for in a adjustable bed. The 8 best adjustable beds on the market today and provide links to the reviews for those beds.
The tomorrow sleep adjustable base is the new kid on the adjustable bed block, but it’s light weight and low price make it a good option for many people.
The PragmaBed Simple Adjust Head and Foot frame is an easy to assemble, easy to store bed that could be ideal for use in a small bedroom or guest room.
Considering an adjustable bed frame? One of the biggest names in beds has an affordable option. Read the Serta Adjustable Motion Essential III Review here.
Perhaps you’ve already tried traditional “stop snoring” strategies like switching up your sleeping position or trying to change the way you eat before bed. If so the Smart Nora maybe the solution you are looking for.
The classic brands adjustable comfort bed base is a good option for those who want an adjustable bed but are on a budget.
A well known and well respected name in adjustable beds is Legget & Platt. This Missouri company has been in business for over 135 years crafting quality adjustable beds for both home and institutional use.
The Reverie 7S Adjustable Foundation is a great option for anyone considering an adjustable bed. This is a high-end well made foundation that will last for years.
Are you thinking about purchasing the Yaasa adjustable bed? Before you do, read this review.