Why Invest in a Comfomatic Bed?
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Most people do not think about sleep…
Most people do not think about sleep. Sleep is part of our routine in life and most of us take it for granted, yet most people will have experienced a bad night’s sleep and will remember what that was like. Whilst an occasional sleepless night may be inconvenient for us, it probably will not cause us any harm, however after a number of sleepless nights you may start to find that;
- You feel lethargic most of the time
- You become irritable
- You experience difficulty concentrating
- You experience difficulty in decision making
- You nap during the day
- You feel depressed and worry about not being able to sleep
These symptoms can be distressing but they can also be dangerous, particularly if you drive or operate machinery. For some time now the medical community has recognised that there is a link between a lack of sleep and an increased risk of experiencing a number of serious medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, depression and even heart attacks. The Royal College of Psychiatrists* state that “If you can’t sleep properly , it can be a real problem-we need sleep to keep healthy”. As laymen we believe that this tells us that we should concern ourselves with our sleep and that when we do not get enough sleep we should take appropriate steps to remedy the situation.
So how much sleep do we need?
The Royal College of Psychiatrists describe how most people, including older people need about 8 hours sleep each night. It is a common misconception that we don’t need as much sleep as we grow older, however what is true, from our experience, is that many people do not get as much sleep as they grow older.
Considering that most people spend one third of their life in bed, what we have found is that beds are usually the one piece of furniture that we own the longest, we use the most and we pay the least attention to, yet it’s the one piece of furniture that can make the difference to your sleep. When your bed is no longer providing you with the comfort and support you need, it will affect the quantity and quality of your sleep and may affect the quality of your life.
In 1988, sleep expert Dr Idzikowski found, following a two year study, that changing an old uncomfortable bed for a comfortable new one, could deliver extra sleep at night, in fact Dr Idzikowski found that in those circumstances a new comfortable bed delivered four times more extra sleep that that achieved by over the counter sleeping medications. So if you’re not sleeping well then maybe it’s time to consider a new bed, if it’s time to consider a new bed, then maybe it’s time to consider a new generation of sleep system – a system that can deliver a unprecedented level of comfort – so maybe it’s time to consider a Comfomatic Sleep System.
What our customers say…
Comfomatic adjustable beds with deluxe massage and soothing heat, don’t just provide an opportunity for the very best in rest. Many of our customers tell us that they provide temporary relief from the symptoms of some chronic medical conditions such as:-
- Low Back Pain, Arthritic Pain
- Aches & Pains Due To Muscular Strain & Fatigue
- Poor local blood circulation in the legs, Oedema (water retention)
- Gastric Reflux, Hiatus Hernia, Night Time Heart Burn
- Breathing Difficulties Such as Asthma, Bronchitis & COPD
- Stress & Tension, Broken Sleep
Of course the Comfomatic adjustable bed is no substitute for good medical care so we don’t pretend that they can cure medical conditions. As we are all different, there is no guarantee that you will obtain any particular health benefit, but they can make life more comfortable and give you a level of relaxation you never thought possible.
Visit our Video Testimonials area to hear how some of our previous customers feel Comfomatic products have helped them.*Royal College of Psychiatrists (2011) Sleeping Well. Royal College Of Psychiatrists (London)