Getting a good night’s sleep is necessary for the best health. Without it, you can be moody, not function at your best, and possibly make poor decisions. Sadly, not everyone achieves this, and it could be because your bed isn’t the right type. One size fits all is not correct when it comes to the proper slumber support.
The overweight, elderly, and people with special needs, in particular, all need to make different choices regarding the bed and mattress they sleep on. So what is the ideal type for each?
Overweight or obese
It’s a fact that around half the population of the UK and the USA are overweight. Sleeping on a standard mattress doesn’t guarantee a proper night's rest for people in this demographic. A solution is a reinforced bed. They’re made from the strongest steel, and they’ve been tested up to 65 stone. You can choose from solid wood slats or premium steel mesh bases for even more durability.
Couple one of these with a heavy-duty mattress and you’ll be sleeping like a baby in no time. For the utmost in strength, combine the Wyoming Bed with the Brick Mattress. Being overweight doesn’t mean you should have to compromise your ability to rest properly.
As people age, their nighttime comfort levels change. For the older segment of the population, restricted movement can be a daily challenge. This is where an Adjustable Electric Bed can come in extremely handy.
Hand controlled, these beds slowly tilt the mattress up until the person is in a more seated position, making it easier to get both in and out. This gives you the confidence and independence to ensure going to sleep, and getting up, are once again, things to look forward to.
Individuals with special needs, for example, autism, may need the kind of base that can withstand damaging behaviour. Bedtime can be challenging for people with these disorders and making the right choice of furniture can significantly assist here.
Mental health beds made from reinforced metal or robust wood make an ideal solution to this problem. Not only are they difficult to destroy, but they generally come in one piece, so there’s nothing to dismantle. Furthermore, they usually sit flat on the floor, removing any opportunity for self-concealment, if that behaviour exists.
Heavy-duty, anti-vandal, waterproof mattresses are also a savvy choice as they can resist any form of ripping or tearing they may encounter.
Browse Reinforced Beds today to discover the most durable range of beds and other furniture on the market - you'll truly be able to find a bed for everyone.