Alleviate Sleep Apnea, Asthma, and Snoring

Snoring occurs when lying flat because, in this position, the neck puts extra weight on the windpipe causing it to close and to make the noise known as snoring. When the adjustable frame lifts the head, gravity allows for the weight to be taken off the windpipe, thus, reducing the snoring problem.

Like snoring, sleep apnea and asthma are breathing problems that can be decreased by simply using the adjustable bed frame to raise the head. Sleeping in a more angled position improves airflow, reducing obstructions from the nasal passages to allow for a healthier, uninterrupted sleep, caused by apnea. Oxygen, that is restricted when lying flat, will be able to flow more freely to decrease the probability of an asthma attack. In addition, sinus pressure will be naturally relieved with the head lifted.