Adjustable Beds

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Need a more customized sleep experience? Adjustable beds offer solutions for a variety of issues, from positioning you to avoid snoring to helping improve your blood flow to making it easier to watch TV in bed. From reviews to buying guides, we can help you decide which adjustable bed frame is best for you. Check out our latest adjustable beds resources below! 

Best Adjustable Bed Positions

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Our Favorite Adjustable Bed Bases

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Adjustable Bed Frame Reviews

The Tuft & Needle Adjustable Bed sits in a modern bedroom next to a plant

Tuft & Needle Adjustable Bed Frame Review

The Tuft & Needle adjustable base is a modern-looking bed frame that offers the basic functionality you’d expect from an adjustable base. Could this sleek …

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A wide shot of the Casper Rise Pro Adjustable Base.

Casper Adjustable Base Review

An adjustable base allows you to customize your sleep surface’s position to your ideal comfort settings. Many of them come with extra bells and whistles, …

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A wide shot of the Purple Ascent in a modern bedroom

Purple Ascent Adjustable Base Review

Adjustable bases are increasingly popular, and more and more mattress brands are getting in on the action. These days, it’s common for online mattress companies …

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Adjustable Beds: Pros & Cons

While adjustable beds promote a better night’s sleep, they might not be the answer for all sleep needs. Here are the top pros and cons to keep in mind when considering an adjustable base:

Pros

  • Improved mobility and blood flow
  • Potential for better spinal alignment
  • Can help with some sleep health issues including arthritis, acid reflux, sleep apnea, and snoring
  • Some models offer extra features, such as USB ports, massage features, and wake-up alarms

Cons

  • May have to buy a new mattress because not all mattresses are compatible with adjustable bases
  • Typically more expensive than traditional bases
  • Reduced mattress lifespan due to the mattress top and bottom moving
  • Potential aesthetic preference of a traditional base over an adjustable bed