For a therapeutic and comfortable sleep, the Flex-A-Bed Premier Adjustable Bed offers users hundreds of customizable options and configurations that can be set to your personal preference. With an impactful design and aesthetic look, the Flex-A-Bed is perfect for your household.
Kick your feet up and relax on the Flex-A-Bed after a long day’s work with the new Whisper-quiet Linak dual timed massage motor. There’s no better way to unwind then on the Flex-A-Bed Premier.
Struggling to get the luxurious rest that you’ve beenlonging for? The Flex-A-Bed’s timed massage feature incorporates soothing waveand pulse technology that will make your back and legs feel pampered.
Let the Flex-A-Bed Premier provide you with all theamenities and comfort that you deserve. A good night’s rest is only a clickaway.
- Yourchoice of a one-touch wireless remote or a wired remote.
- Guaranteedlifetime, limited warranty plan.
- All-newWhisper-quiet Linak motor system allows for optional customized dual timedmassage.
- Builtwith an 8 inch foundation, the high-density padded base (made with Advantechmaterial) provides strength, durability, and squeak-free features. Note: If you plan on adding side rails tothe Premier, it must be ordered with a 4-inch profile.
- Includesmattress retainer cover for the bed’s foot.
- Lockablecasters prevent the bed from shifting and moving on it’s own.
- Optionalheadboard attachment space available.
- TheFlex-A-Bed Premier mattress comes with a gorgeous knit fabric quilt, built witha tack and jump pattern, a suede border, and designer taped edges. By combingsupport, comfort, and beauty, users will discover the true meaning of luxuriousrelaxation. Choices include: soft, medium, or firm.
Our traditional innerspring mattresses are available in soft, medium and firm.
Every Innerspring mattress features:
- A high-density comfort-layer constructed of a polyurethane foam pad.
- An innerspring unit that is innerbonded to insure durability, superb tailoring,
maximum support and comfort.
|Bed Height:||24″ – 31″|
|Weight Capacity||300 lbs.|
|Width:||Twin (38″ Wide)
Full (53″ Wide)
Queen (60″ Wide)
Dual King (2 x 38″ Wide)
|Length||74″, 80″, 84″|
A Closer Look Into Why Adjustable Beds Are Therapeutically Beneficial
Getting a decent night’s rest can be troublesome when an individual is recovering from a back injury or a surgical procedure. For any individual that is experiencing issues getting or staying comfortable when sleeping on an ordinary mattress, it might be worth considering an adjustable bed, like the Flex-A-Bed Premier Adjustable Bed, as a more effective alternative.
When a patient uses an adjustable bed, it permits the abdominal area to rest at a slight slope, for example, 35 to 45 degrees, with support under the knees so they bend at a slight point. Doing so will allow the individual to remain comfortable while being supported at the same time.
An adjustable bed can potentially help any individual that feels better in a slanted position, for example, when sitting in a chair, as opposed to lying on a level mattress. It is normal for individuals with back or neck pain, or other joint conditions, for example, chronic joint pain or agony, to feel better in this position.
Think about it.
If you’re uncomfortable in a certain position, you’re likely to just reposition your body to that “sweet spot”. Patients that have undergone back surgery or are injured, essentially lose the ability to reposition his or herself.
This article provides some detailed information on detrimental back conditions and how a slanted position in an adjustable bed can benefit the patient and help him or her feel much more comfortable.
For some people, sleeping in a slanted or semi-upright position might be more beneficial than lying in a level position. Certain lower back and neck positions, on the other hand, might be less irritated with a customizable bed.
Degenerative spondylolisthesis. For a few people with degenerative spondylolisthesis, resting in a leaning position with support under the knees can diminish a portion of the pain or uneasiness in the lower back, making it less difficult to stay asleep for the duration of the night.
Osteoarthritis. People with osteoarthritis in their spine, or aspect joint inflammation, frequently wake up feeling very stiff and sore in the morning. Mulling over a adjustable bed may bring better support and in this manner diminish the aggravation by minimizing joint pressure on the individual.
Spinal Stenosis. Individuals with lumbar spinal stenosis have a tendency to feel better when twisting forward as opposed to standing up straight. In like manner, a flat mattress may not be ideal for individuals with stenosis due to the contortion of their spine. Essentially, it might be less comfortable for the person to be on a flat mattress versus on an adjustable Flex A Bed where he or she can be in a reclined position.
Subsequent to having low back surgery or neck surgery, a few patients feel that a adjustable bed is more comfortable and supportive than a level mattress. Like most decisions with regards to mattresses and bed frames, this is to a great extent a matter of personal preference. Take the time to fully understand the extent of the individual’s injury. If you are in the process of purchasing a new hospital bed for in-home use, be sure to consider the limitations and contraindications of the individual’s diagnosis. This can lead you on the right track when it comes to purchasing the right type of bed for your loved one. Furthermore, selecting the wrong bed will just end up as a horrible investment, as you may not be able to get a full refund if you are purchasing from specific companies.