Solaire Adjustable Firmness Mattress (2023)

  • The Solaire is 13" high and comes in the following standard mattress sizes:

    Twin XLFullQueenKingCal King
    38" x 80"54" x 75"60" x 80"76" x 80"72" x 84"
    • Twin XL

      38" x 80"
    • Full

      54" x 75"
    • Queen

      60" x 80"
    • King

      76" x 80"
    • Cal King

      72" x 84"

    Queen and King Upper-Flex models are split down the top half of the bed. They’re designed to be paired with a Saatva adjustable base Plus so you can raise your head separately from your sleep partner. The split king model is split completely down the middle for maximum customization. When paired with a Saatva adjustable base Plus, you can adjust your head and feet separately from your sleep partner.

  • Every Saatva mattress is made to order and handcrafted in America with care and pride, using only the highest quality, consciously sourced materials. We could have settled on cheaper materials and produced our products elsewhere for higher profits, but we've never wavered in our commitment to quality. We believe it's the right thing to do for our customers, our American workers, and our economy.

  • Every Solaire adjustable mattress features:

    • Cover made with organic cotton
    • Guardin™ nontoxic, botanical antimicrobial treatment
    • CertiPUR-US® certified foams that meet their standards for health and environmental safety
    • Natural latex that's certified free of toxic chemicals, emissions, and pollutants
    • Paladin flame retardant barrier made from a blend of rayon and polyester fibers with no harmful chemicals added
  • Sit back and relax while we do all the work. Our free white glove delivery includes in-room delivery and set up. We'll even take away your old mattress at no additional cost to you. Just select free mattress removal at checkout.

  • At Saatva, we never pressure you to make up your mind quickly. All of our mattresses come with a 365-night home trial, so you have plenty of time to decide whether it’s right for you. If at any point during your home trial you’re not satisfied, just give us a call and we’ll come pick up the mattress and refund your money, less a $99 processing fee to cover our cost of gas and labor for the pickup. That’s it.

  • Each side of our Solaire Adjustable Mattress has separate reinforced air chambers that quietly release or inflate at the touch of your remote. It incrementally adjusts the firmness level using the most precise scientific standard of pressure mm/hg (millimeters of mercury).

  • Solaire is designed to give optimal support for sleepers weighing up to 500 pounds. Twin XL Solaire mattresses can support up to a total of 500 pounds. Full, queen, king, Cal king, and split king mattresses can support up to 500 pounds on each side.

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  • Yes! Our Saatva Viewing Rooms are inviting, pressure-free spaces to experience Saatva comfort in real life.

  • If you aren't completely happy with your Saatva mattress during your 365-night home trial, just give us a call at 1-877-672-2882. We’ll schedule a pick up of your mattress and issue a refund for the purchase price (taxes included) to your original method of payment.

    You’ll only pay a $99 processing fee and we’ll take care of the rest!
    We never resell returned mattresses. Instead, we donate them to veterans' shelters or offer them to employees and associates across our network of more than 150 delivery centers.

  • If you decide to exchange your mattress for another Saatva mattress during your 365-night home trial, just give us a call at 1-877-672-2882. We’ll schedule a pick up of your mattress and start the exchange process.
    You’ll only pay a $99 processing fee for your replacement delivery and mattress pickup, and we’ll take care of the rest!

    We never resell exchanged mattresses. Instead, we donate them to veterans' shelters or offer them to employees and associates across our network of more than 150 delivery centers. Once your new mattress is delivered, a new 365-night home trial begins.

    We’ve learned that the most common reason people exchange is for a different mattress size or height, so be sure to measure the height of your bed frame, adjustable base, and/or foundation/box spring before ordering. You can also call one of our friendly sleep guides for assistance 24/7.

  • Every Saatva mattress is made to order, which means they don't sit in storage.

    Occasionally, we can shorten the delivery time when we have a change or cancellation from another order of the exact same product. This allows us to redirect that freshly made and sealed mattress to you. We’d love to help in any way if you need your mattress faster. Our friendly sleep guides are here for you 24/7 at 1-877-672-2882.

  • All of our mattresses are made to order and arrive to you factory fresh. That means the high-quality materials inside them need a little bit of time to soften up. You should notice your new mattress begin to conform to your body after a few days. You may even notice continuing improvement for up to a month.

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    Remember that your body will need some time to adjust to a brand new mattress. If you've been sleeping on an old mattress, your body likely got used to it, even if it didn't provide you with adequate support. That's why we give you a generous 365-night home trial to give you time to acclimate to your new mattress.

    If after a month or so, you still feel that your mattress is too firm (or too soft), give us a call at 1-877-672-2882 and one of our friendly sleep guides will be happy to help you.

  • In addition to our everyday low prices, we offer a $225 discount off orders of $1,000 or more to active military, veterans, first responders, government employees, nurses, teachers, senior citizens & students. To apply the discount, simply click on the "Discount for first responders & more" box at checkout. You will be prompted to register with to verify your status and receive the discount.

    We also offer occasional promo discounts to customers who sign up to receive our email newsletter.

  • The Extend protection plan provides peace of mind and financial protection for your mattress investment from accidental damage.

    This plan covers accidental stains and damage NOT covered by the Saatva mattress warranty, such as rips, tears and stains. This plan does not cover theft or damage caused by abuse or misuse.

    Plans are effective from the day your mattress is delivered.

    For more info about Extend accident protection, check out our Extend FAQs

  • No. It’s part of our pledge to be honest and transparent about what you’re buying. Saatva is committed to giving you honest guidance, even if it means directing you to another mattress brand that’s a better fit for you. In a regular mattress store environment, a commissioned employee makes more money when they sell you a particular brand, so you may get pressured into a choice that’s not right for you. That’s just not the Saatva way.

  • Mattresses made in the U.S.A. must meet strict health, safety, and environmental standards. The U.S. and the E.U. have the toughest regulations, but other countries may not offer the same protections.

    Knowing where your mattress is made makes it easier to ensure that the manufacturer adheres to guidelines that protect workers from danger and exploitation, such as labor regulations and minimum-wage laws. Reputable mattresses manufacturers (like our network of 19 independent factories across the U.S.) also work to minimize environmental impact by incorporating low-carbon-footprint processes and recycled materials into their products.

    Learn more about the benefits of buying an American-made mattress.

  • Yes. Just like other types of mattresses, an adjustable air mattress needs to sit on a foundation or platform base for support. For the most customizable sleep experience, we recommend pairing our Solaire Adjustable Mattress with our Saatva Adjustable Base Plus, which is compatible with any type of bed frame.

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  • Yes. Our Solaire Adjustable Mattress is compatible with bed frames that have an attached headboard. Just make sure your adjustable mattress sits on top of a foundation or our Saatva Adjustable Base Plus when using a non-platform bed frame.

  • No, unless you have an Upper-Flex or split king/cal-king adjustable bed. Queen and king Upper-Flex adjustable mattresses are split down the top half of the bed and need an Upper-Flex fitted sheet tailored with a center edge to accommodate it. split king/cal-king mattresses need a split king sheet that consists of two separate fitted sheets.

  • The main reason people splurge on an adjustable air mattress is for chronic back pain relief.

    If you share a bed with a partner and you both have different preferences for mattress firmness, an adjustable air mattress can be a true game changer. It allows both people to precisely select the perfect comfort level they need so nobody has to compromise on comfort. When paired with our Saatva Adjustable Base Plus, our Solaire Adjustable Mattress gives you even more comfort options by allowing you to raise your head and/or feet to get into a position that's most comfortable for you.

    Although adjustable air mattresses can do wonders in improving the quality of your sleep, they can be significantly more expensive than other mattress types. If you get an Upper-Flex model, there's also the additional cost of an adjustable base to accomodate for this feature.

  • With 50 precise firmness options, it might take some time to find the setting that feels the best to you. We recommend choosing a setting and sleeping on it for a week. If, after a week, you decide that particular comfort level isn't right for you, then experiment with different settings.

    Also keep in mind that your needs might change depending on things like injuries and temporary aches & pains. That's what makes an adjustable air mattress like Solaire so unique. It allows you to adjust your bed's firmness based on your specific needs.

  • Solaire's air chambers will continue to expand slightly for 24 to 48 hours after they've been inflated for the first time. So you may notice that your sheets are a little loose for the first night or two.

    During the first few days, while the chambers and other components relax and stabilize, the comfort level readout may fluctuate from what you originally set. Simply tap the memory button on your remote to bring it back to your preferred comfort setting. This will resolve within the first week.

  • Yes! Adjustable air mattresses allow you to personalize your bed firmness to find the level that best conforms to your body, taking the pressure off your hips and shoulders and putting your spine in healthy alignment for deep, restful sleep.

  • A typical adjustable air mattress should last for 8 or more years with normal use. Because they have mechanical components, you may have to replace or repair one or more of the moving parts down the line. The good news is, our Solaire Adjustable Mattress comes with the most generous warranty for an adjustable air mattress in the industry. All parts are 100% covered for the first five years and all labor is 100% covered for the next 15 years!

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  • Foams that are CertiPUR-US® certified are guaranteed to be low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs), so you don’t have to worry about off-gassing odors. CertiPUR-US certified foams are also guaranteed to be free of ozone depleters, PBDEs, TDCPP, and TCEP flame retardants, mercury, lead, and other heavy metals, formaldehyde, and phthalates.

  • Our exclusive antimicrobial treatment by Guardin™ is made with a proprietary blend of all-natural essential oils and minerals. This blend includes thyme, geranium, lemongrass, and mint, but is completely odorless and colorless.

    It naturally inhibits the growth of bacteria, mold, mildew, and the discoloration that they can cause on the surface of a mattress. Guardin™ antimicrobial treatment is biodegradable and does not contain any fluorocarbons, toxic heavy metals, silver nanotechnology, triclosan, formaldehyde or phthalates.

  • You can use your existing box spring or foundation if:

    • You purchased your box spring or foundation within the last 7 years.
    • Your existing box spring or foundation is in good condition and provides sturdy center support.
    • You don't mind not having a matching foundation.

    NOTE: Saatva HD requires pairing with the HD Foundation for adequate support. Saatva mattresses also work with platform beds, without the need for a foundation. Please make sure your existing platform bed has:

    • A solid, durable surface. If your platform has a slatted support system, make sure the slats are spaced less than 4" apart. If they're not, you can add a 1/2" thick piece of plywood to place on top. This extra layer of support is needed because Saatva mattresses are heavier due to their premium quality materials.
    • A proper center support. This means you must have a center leg in the middle of your platform bed frame.

    NOTE: Must add a solid surface over platform slats such as plywood, masonite board, or bunkie board, when used with Saatva HD or Zenhaven Latex. If you have any questions, you can reach one of our sleep guides 24/7 at 1-877-672-2882.

  • Saatva mattresses are compatible with any bed frame, including our Saatva bed frames.

    Saatva HD & Zenhaven all-latex mattresses cannot be placed directly on a platform bed frame with slats. You must cover the slats with a solid material, such as plywood or a bunkie board.

    Non-plaform (standard) bed frames require a foundation and can be paired with any mattress. Note that Saatva HD requires pairing with the HD foundation, which is specifically designed to give it optimal support.

  • No. We never use fiberglass or toxic chemical flame retardants/barriers in any of our mattresses. Instead, we use either a plant-based flame barrier made of thistle pulp, a Paladin flame barrier made with a blend of poly & rayon fibers, or organic New Zealand wool in our mattresses to meet federal safety standards.

    See Specifications under "Eco-friendly materials" for more details.

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Are adjustable firmness beds worth it? ›

Research shows that sleeping on a medium-firm, adjustable mattress promotes sleep comfort, quality, and spinal alignment. They can also be a good choice if you sleep with a partner who doesn't share your sleeping style.

Can a mattress be too thick for an adjustable bed? ›

A mattress that measures too thick can reduce the flexibility and limits the mobility of the adjustable bed. On the other hand, a thin mattress is much less durable and likely will not provide the support you are looking for.

What is the best mattress thickness for an adjustable bed? ›

Look for a mattress thickness between 8 to 12”, with pocketed coils - this will be just the right amount of support and thin enough to still be adjusted. The best mattress for an adjustable bed is somewhere in the mid-range of thickness and offers comfort and support.

Can any mattress be used on an adjustable frame? ›

The short answer is yes. There are many mattresses that can work with adjustable beds. However, there are some mattresses that won't be compatible with this bed type. In general, all memory foam, latex, and any other non-innerspring mattress will work well with adjustable beds.

Can Side sleepers use adjustable beds? ›

Adjustable beds work well for side and back sleepers, but not for stomach sleepers. You should avoid some adjustable base positions if you sleep on your side as well. Side sleeping is great for those with back pain, hip pain, sleep apnea, or acid reflux. With an adjustable bed, side sleepers can get even better rest.

What mattresses allow you to adjust the firmness? ›

Airbeds are the most common adjustable mattress. The air chambers serve a similar purpose as coils in innerspring and hybrid mattresses — they provide extra support than foam can on its own.

Do adjustable bases ruin mattresses? ›

No, if you use a compatible mattress, the adjustable base shouldn't ruin it. However, an adjustable base could shorten the lifespan of a mattress that's not compatible with it — like a traditional innerspring.

What type of mattress should be used on and adjustable bed? ›

Because of its flexibility and durability, memory foam arguably makes the best mattress for an adjustable bed.

Can a mattress be too heavy for a bed frame? ›

If everything seems fine, you may be left scratching your head as to what the problem is. In this case, it could be that your mattress is simply too heavy for the bed frame - which can also cause you to roll together into the middle.

Should the mattress be bigger than the bed frame? ›

The bed frame dimensions should roughly match the mattress size, mattresses have standard sizes like a twin, full, or king size mattress. The size of a bed frame may have a few inches added to the width and length of a mattress. This can be because of the structure of the frame or to make space for bedding.

Should adjustable beds be flat when not in use? ›

The beauty of an adjustable base is to elevate the mattress to your comfort level while you use it. For long-term durability reasons, we don't recommend storing your mattress in the elevated position when it isn't actively in use. Instead, make sure it is entirely flat.

How long do adjustable beds last? ›

A high-quality mattress should last at least 7-10 years on an adjustable bed, if not more. Although these mattresses generally have shorter lifespans than non-adjustable ones, they can last for a decade, or longer, when well maintained and rotated regularly.

Does Medicare pay for a new mattress? ›

Medicare Part B covers much of the cost of medically necessary mattresses and beds. If a doctor and Medicare decide that it is medically necessary for you to have a specific mattress or bed, they will consider it durable medical equipment (DME).

Are adjustable beds good for your neck? ›

One of the main health benefits of adjustable beds is back & neck pain relief. In this article, we will dive into the greater details on how adjustable bases can help reduce symptoms. A flat bed may not provide the proper support for the spinal cord, resulting in excess back pain and restless sleep.

Which is better a hospital bed or an adjustable bed? ›

Hospital beds do not provide the same comfort level offered by adjustable bed mattresses. In addition, they only come in Twin and Bariatric sizes and are often adjusted manually making them more difficult to raise and lower as compared to electric adjustable beds.

What firmness should a side sleeper get? ›

Above all else, this is probably the most important question to answer when considering firmness. Strict side sleepers will typically want something within the 3-6/10 range while back sleepers will want to go with something in the 5-7/10 range.

How firm should a bed be for side sleepers? ›

“Most side sleepers will do best on a medium-firm mattress, as a general guideline, but that will vary based on their height and weight,” Dr. Breus explains. “If you're a 250- to 300-pound person, you're going to look for a different mattress than a 120- to 130-pound person.

Are special sheets needed for adjustable beds? ›

Do you need special sheets for adjustable beds? You need sheets with some special features to keep them on the mattress as it moves with the adjustable base. Fitted sheets with extra deep pockets, oversized flat sheets clipped with sheet straps, or suspenders underneath the mattress secure your sheets to the bed.

What firmness bed do hotels use? ›

What firmness of mattresses do hotels use? In most cases, you'll find a medium to a medium-firm mattress in your hotel room. And for a good reason. Medium-firm mattresses are generally good for any type of sleeper or any body type.

What happens if your mattress is too firm? ›

If your mattress is too firm, you might experience a few different symptoms. An overly-firm mattress can put excess strain on your pressure points (shoulders, hips, and torso) or cause spinal misalignment. You might also find that your body stays tense as you sleep, resulting in muscle, neck, or back pain.

Do firm mattresses get softer over time? ›

Do firm mattresses get softer? All mattresses get a little softer within the first 50 to 60 nights of regular use. This is called the natural break-in period. However, this natural break-in doesn't make it an uncomfortable mattress, rather it tempers down the extra firmness of a new mattress.

What type of bed should a heavy person have? ›

Hybrid mattresses combine memory foam and innerspring, so they give you the best of both worlds. This can be super helpful if you're on the heavier side because heavier people need more support. Innerspring mattresses provide great support, but they can also feel firm and uncomfortable for some people.

Is spring or foam mattress better for heavy person? ›

A spring mattress is ideal if you are on the heavier side. That's because the springs allow the mattress to maintain its shape under pressure and offer a lot of pushback support. Average and heavyset persons find spring mattresses more comfortable than lightweight individuals who risk developing pressure points.

Is sleeping on an adjustable bed good for you? ›

While it may take some trial and error to find the perfect position of your customizable adjustable bed, one of the benefits of sleeping on an adjustable bed is taking pressure off the spine. It can also improve blood circulation which benefits the whole circulatory system while asleep, including the back.

Do adjustable beds catch fire? ›

Hazard: Electrical components in the motor control board can fail and short causing overheating, which poses a fire hazard.

Can you use a memory foam mattress on an adjustable bed? ›

Memory foam, latex, and hybrid mattresses are usually the best choice to use with an adjustable bed. They are flexible enough to match the curves of the base, and if you pick a company that uses high-quality foam and materials, it will maintain its support and durability.

Can you turn the mattress on an adjustable bed? ›

Mattresses on adjustable bases should definitely be rotated on a consistent schedule as they experience more movement than mattresses on flat foundations. Preventing mattress breakdown is paramount for adjustable base users.

Can you use mattress in a box on adjustable bed? ›

A memory foam mattress in a box is preferred for adjustable beds because of the high flexibility and great response to pressure. A memory foam mattress will easily bend and return to its original form, while still providing sufficient support.

Do thicker mattresses last longer? ›

Thicker mattresses last longer than thinner mattresses because the supportive base is generally thicker than 6 inches. The extra cushioning of thick mattresses suits side sleepers. Thick mattresses are sturdy enough to support two adults and plus-sized sleepers.

Why does my mattress dip in the middle? ›

Sagging is typically the result of normal wear-and-tear to your mattress. The foam materials used in mattresses tend to soften over time, as they are exposed to significant pressure every night from the sleeper's body. Over time, this gradual softening of foam leads to a feeling of sagging, and less even support.

Can a bed frame make a mattress firmer? ›

A brand new bed frame with new slats will offer more support. To make your mattress firmer, you should consider bed frames with solid slats as they provide a more supportive feel.

Is it better to have your bed on the floor or on a frame? ›

If your choices are between the floor or a bed frame that's cracked, wobbly, or sagging, then the floor is almost certainly a better bet. Not only does it guarantee support for your mattress, but it can also help you feel secure while sleeping.

What size bed do most couples sleep on? ›

The standard queen mattress measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long and is the most popular mattress size, especially amongst couples.

What bed height looks best? ›

Experts say somewhere between 20 and 23 inches. This should provide room for them to easily get in and out of bed and is in that sweet spot of not being too tall or being too short.

Is it better to sleep with your head or feet elevated? ›

Elevating your feet improves blood circulation and prevents swelling in the feet, while sleeping with your head elevated improves breathing and prevents snoring. You can also do both with an adjustable bed, creating a sleeping position where your centre of gravity is pushed onto your core.

What position on an adjustable bed is best for lower back pain? ›

A position that is recommended as actual therapy for your back is with your legs elevated, knees bent and your back completely flat. This position creates a pelvic tilt, puts reverse pressure on your lower back and helps build the strength of your lower back muscles.

Should you use a pillow on an adjustable bed? ›

While you can use a pillow in a zero-gravity sleeping position, doing so could alter the precise angles of this positioning, limiting its benefits for your neck and spine. If you prefer to use a pillow on a zero-gravity bed, we recommend choosing a flat one to reduce its impact on your alignment.

Do adjustable beds use a lot of electricity? ›

Does an electric adjustable bed require a lot of electricity? No, very little power is needed to raise or lower an adjustable bed so it isn't costly.

Do adjustable beds wear out faster? ›

Regular foam mattresses can work on an adjustable bed base, but the constant bending and flexing of the mattress may wear them out sooner than expected.

What is the best mattress to use on an adjustable base? ›

Short Answer: the best type of mattress for an adjustable bed is memory foam, or a memory foam hybrid. They're flexible enough to match the movement of the base, however, most soft-medium mattresses will work just fine too for adjustable frames.

Is a firm or soft bed better for your body? ›

When sleeping on a firmer surface, the bones absorb most of the pressure, meaning there is less stress on muscles, veins and arteries. Muscles are less strained, and circulation is improved. A firm mattress also keeps your lower back from collapsing, which could allow for more oxygen intake while sleeping.

Is a firmer or softer bed better? ›

Generally speaking, heavier people prefer firmer mattresses. Soft foams may sink in too much for comfort and adequate support. Conversely, lighter sleepers may sink in less and find firm beds to be uncomfortably hard, so they generally prefer soft to medium firm options.

Is it healthy to sleep on an adjustable bed? ›

While it may take some trial and error to find the perfect position of your customizable adjustable bed, one of the benefits of sleeping on an adjustable bed is taking pressure off the spine. It can also improve blood circulation which benefits the whole circulatory system while asleep, including the back.

Do you need a softer bed as you get older? ›

Should You Get a Firm Mattress? Seniors often need a mattress with excellent pressure relief to help reduce pressure points in key areas like the shoulders, hips and back. Generally, a medium to medium firm mattress will provide this optimal level of support and help alleviate back and joint pain.

How do I know if my bed is too firm? ›

How do I know if my mattress is too firm?
  1. It doesn't contour to your body.
  2. It feels uncomfortable.
  3. You wake up with back or neck ache.
  4. You get a better sleep when you sleep on a softer mattress elsewhere.

What mattress firmness is healthiest? ›

In general, side sleepers should look for Medium Soft to Medium Firm mattresses that can cushion their impact points. Back and stomach sleepers should look for Medium Firm to Firm beds that have only light conforming.

Do hotels use firm or plush mattresses? ›

What firmness of mattresses do hotels use? In most cases, you'll find a medium to a medium-firm mattress in your hotel room. And for a good reason. Medium-firm mattresses are generally good for any type of sleeper or any body type.

What type of firmness is best for side sleepers? ›

A medium-soft mattress works best for side sleepers, although some can comfortably go into a med-firm if they are heavier. Latex and memory foam mattresses are both good choices that offer support for those deep curves. Try a mattress in the 3 to 7 range of firmness.

How firm should a mattress be for back pain? ›

Generally the mattress shouldn't be too soft or too firm,” said Kevin M. Cerrone, DPT, director of Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Services at Northwell Health's Huntington Hospital, Huntington, NY. Again, studies have leaned toward medium firmness mattress as being generally better for lower back pain .

Is a hard or soft bed better for hip pain? ›

In general, a medium-soft to medium mattress is better for hip pain, while a firmer mattress is better for back pain. A softer mattress can help to relieve pressure on the hips and allow them to rest more comfortably.

Are you supposed to sleep in zero gravity position? ›

Is it OK to sleep in zero gravity position? Yes, especially because sleeping in the zero gravity position reduces pressure on the body. The position can also improve breathing and blood flow, along with a range of other benefits. That's not to say that sleeping on a flat surface is wrong, either.

Should you rotate your adjustable mattress? ›

Mattresses on adjustable bases should definitely be rotated on a consistent schedule as they experience more movement than mattresses on flat foundations. Preventing mattress breakdown is paramount for adjustable base users. Again, the manufacturer will have recommendations of mattress and base maintenance.

Can I use regular sheets on an adjustable bed? ›

Regular sheets are meant to stay flat, tucked under the mattress. When you elevate your head or feet, the sheets often bulk up in the middle and the edges slip off the corners. You need to find deep-pocketed fitted sheets, sheets with elastic straps, or sheet fasteners to keep your sheet on an adjustable bed.

Can an adjustable bed cause back pain? ›

The simple answer is yes. Sleeping on an adjustable bed can worsen back pain. There are three main ways in which a home hospital bed can make back pain worse: The bed's adjustments are not used to distribute forces in a way to relieve pressure on affected areas of the back.


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