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Purple Sky

Do you experience limitations in your day to day functioning, mobility, dexterity or stamina?

  • Impaired joint and limb function?

  • Rheumatic complaints?

  • Often feeling tired, drained or just 'getting older?'

Having a good night's sleep can't cure these problems but it can make your day-to-day life much easier and more comfortable.

Physical stresses, even while you sleep can contribute to the physical effects of:

An adjustable bed can be a game-changer for individuals dealing with gastric reflux (also known as acid reflux or heartburn). How it works:


Understanding Acid Reflux

Acid reflux occurs when stomach acid flows back into the esophagus, throat, or sinuses—places where it definitely doesn’t belong. Symptoms include heartburn, a burning sensation in the upper abdomen or chest, along with other discomforts like a sour taste in the mouth, sore throat, cough, and difficulty swallowing. GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) is a chronic condition where acid reflux becomes more frequent.

Why Acid Reflux Gets Worse at Night: When you lie down, gravity no longer helps keep stomach acid down.

Many people experience the strongest acid reflux symptoms at night, especially when they’re about to sleep.

How Adjustable Beds Help: Elevating the head of your bed is key. An adjustable bed base allows you to do just that. With gravity working in your favor, your stomach acids stay put instead of traveling up into your esophagus. The burning sensation caused by acid hitting the lower part of your esophagus is significantly reduced. Sleeping on your left side may also alleviate reflux-related sleep problems.

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Correct, well supported positioning during sleep can help you to sleep more naturally, breath more easily and improve the way you allow your body to relax and regenerate.

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If you're looking for every night to be a better night's sleep, call us and book an appointment on 1800 577 569.

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