The secret to an air beds high comfort factor is its ability to spread the bodies weight and contact with the mattress in a more even fashion. Traditional mattress designs are more rigid and can force certain points of the body in contact with the mattress to absorb the whole weight of the body, creating concentrated pressure points that are uncomfortable and often out of natural alignment. Air beds have the ability to shape and mold to the shape of a sleeping body and were initially created for hospitals and health care environments where greater degrees of back support and reduced pressure points on the body were required. Now this technology could be invited into your bedroom to create a more comfortable sleeping environment.
An air bed is basically a mattress which comprises air bladders instead of hard steel springs. Air beds can often also be adjusted to suit the specific support needs of partners that share a bed, as each side usually has individual air ducts that can be corrected. The adjustable double air support chambers may provide just the perfect amount of back support and stability on one side of a bed without bothering the other side. Sleeping on an air bed may also provide better spinal alignment through the night, giving you an extremely comfortable and restful sleep.
Many air beds are supported by the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations as great for individuals with back backs and back support issues. Moreover, air beds can help people with allergies by reducing the available nesting ground for dust mites. The conventional coil mattress is generally the biggest breeding and nesting ground of dust mites in a home and may contain as many as 5 million dust mites feeding on skin particles that have filtered into the interior mattress center. With an air bed mattress system that you don’t have this issue, which may help improve your breathing while sleeping.