What is an Adjustable Bed?

 

Adjustable beds offer a better night’s sleep by allowing the user to move to find a more comfortable sleeping position.

 

Is an Adjustable Bed worth the money?

 

Yes is the simple answer as they help people to stay independent for longer by enabling you to get in and out of bed more easily.

 

Adjustable Bed Articles

 

† Adjustable Beds Age and Sleep

 

† Adjustable Beds For Back Pain

 

† Adjustable Beds For The Elderly

 

† Adjustable Beds For Acid Reflux

 

† Mobility Adjustable Beds

 

† Adjustable Beds Disabled

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Abberley Adjustable Beds For Acid Reflux

Adjustable Beds For Acid Reflux

 

Adjustable Beds For Acid Reflux

 

Deep and healthy sleep is absolutely essential to the human body. It relieves stress, gives us the strength we vitally need for the following day and fortifies our immune system.

 

Managing your heartburn symptoms can become easier with an Abberley Adjustable Bed.

 

A simple touch of a button quietly and effortlessly raises your upper body to a comfortable height which may help alleviate the sudden awakening and rush of pain associated with a bout of acid reflux or heartburn during the night.

 

Position Guide

 

Hiatus Hernia - Elevating the back to where you are most comfortable.

 

Before purchasing an Abberley Adjustable Bed for yourself or a loved-one to help with providing relief at night for certain conditions and/or ailments we recommend that you consult a medical practitioner.

 

Advice and Technical Support

 

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The Medical Devices Regulations 2002 (as amended by S.I. No 1697) Adjustable Beds. Abberley Adjustable Beds are designed for domestic use only and are NOT ‘medical devices’ as defined in article 1(2a) for the purpose of: - diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, treatment or alleviation of disease, - diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, alleviation or compensation for an injury or handicap, - investigation, replacement or modification of the anatomy or of a physiological process, - control of conception etc.