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Thursday, February 08, 2018

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I have to disagree with your opinion of adjustable beds and back pain. I was always a side sleeper in bed until I purchased an adjustable frame. I have back pain and disc issues for 25+ years. The best thing I have done for my back has been my adjustable bed. It relieves a tremendous amount of pressure off my lower back to sleep with my legs raised. I am now a comfortable back sleeper. I could never understand why people would want to sleep in their recliners. Now I do. It is the position. In case you didn't know, you can sleep in an adjustable bed on your side. With the head down, legs slightly raised. When you are on your side with the bed this way, you would bend the knee of the leg resting on the mattress. The other leg can be straighter. This position eliminates the need for a pillow between the legs to eliminate pressure.

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