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Using an Adjustable Bed for Back Problems

Using an Adjustable Bed for Back Problems
September 9, 2014 caretocomfort
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Using an Adjustable Bed for Back Problems

Degenerative spondylolisthesis

For some people with degenerative spondylolisthesis, sleeping in a reclining position with support under the knees can reduce some of the pain discomfort in the lower back, making it easier to sleep through the night.


Individuals with osteoarthritis in the spine, or facet joint arthritis, often wake up feeling quite stiff and sore in the morning. Sleeping on an adjustable bed may possibly provide better support and therefore decrease the irritation by minimizing joint compression.

Spinal Stenosis

People with spinal stenosis most often feel more comfortable when bending forward instead of standing up straight. Likewise, sleeping on a flat mattress can sometimes be less comfortable for people with stenosis than sleeping in the reclining position, such as that afforded by an adjustable bed.

In addition, after having low back surgery, some patients feel that an adjustable bed is more comfortable than a flat mattress.There are choices when it comes to mattresses, this is largely a matter of personal preference and also an option of a build in massage.

In general, it is reasonable for a patient to consider the option of an adjustable bed if he or she feels better sitting in a reclining chair with the knees supported or slightly elevated and if he or she is having trouble getting a good night’s rest on a conventional flat mattress.


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