Benefits

Adjustable Positions and their Health Benefits

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You can now instantly take control of how comfortable you are in bed, with the touch of a button. Choose from hundreds of positions to relieve pressure on aching muscles and painful joints. Whether your recovering from illness, regaining your independence or simply looking for the best nights sleep ever. Electronic Adjustable Beds Australia is here to help.

  • Back pain
  • Circulation
  • Snoring
  • Breathing
  • Asthma
  • Tension
  • Acid reflux
  • Sleep
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Insomnia
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • What is Zero G position?
Leg area raised up or the Zero Gravity position to take pressure away from all areas of the body
Leg area raised up, the Zero Gravity position to assist in getting circulation moving throughout the body plus use the massage system to get the blood flowing
Back/Head area raised up to free up airways or the Zero Gravity position can assist also by helping free up airways due to less stress on the body
Back/Head area raised up to free up airways or the Zero Gravity position can assist also by helping free up airways due to less stress on the body
Back/Head area raised up to free up airways or the Zero Gravity position can assist also by helping free up airways due to less stress on the body
Back/Head area raised, the Zero Gravity position to take pressure off the body or leg area raised up.
Back/Head area raised up to assist in preventing reflux travelling up the body the Zero Gravity position can also assist with this
Pick your favourite position to have your best night’s sleep…no more need to keep re-adjusting the pillow
The Zero Gravity position can greatly assist with this disorder
Adjust the bed to find a comfortable sleep position…no more tossing and turning
Adjust the bed to find a comfortable sleep/rest position. Zero Gravity can be the best for this condition.
Adjustable beds can assist MS sufferers greatly to assist them in finding a comfortable resting position.
Zero-G simply stands for Zero Gravity. It is a position which is mainly used for astronauts in space, in which the position of their legs and head is slightly higher than their heart for proper blood circulation. Zero G position is extremely helpful for back rest and leg rest.