In recent years, sales of adjustable bed bases have grown exponentially. Yet, when it’s time for a sleep upgrade, many people still think only about mattresses. They remain unaware of the big difference in sleep quality that a power bed can provide, mistakenly equating them with hospital beds. With all the technology now infused into adjustable beds, nothing could be further from the truth.
An adjustable bed gives you the ability to control and tweak the position you sleep in, which can lead to longer and more restful sleep, as well as less snoring and greater relief of soreness. And then there’s the lifestyle perks like finally being able to read in bed comfortably with support under your knees, or drifting off to a massage every night, or programming the head of the bed to rise automatically in the morning to help you wake up.
All in all, an adjustable bed is a life-changing upgrade. But w
The NHL started its season. If you follow hockey, you know that it’s one of the most challenging and grueling sports to play. Night after night, it’s lots of checking, slamming into the boards, falling onto hard ice and a gonzo pace that never lets up for the entire game. To paraphrase the old Ginger Rogers line, hockey players do everything baseball players do, but with full contact and on skates.
One can only imagine the effect on the body, even for young healthy guys. Combine it with a vigorous road schedule, and that kind of pounding would create a strong need for sleep. Over the summer, Reverie gave Steven Oleksy, a defenseman for the Pittsburgh Penguins, one of our Dream Supreme Sleep Systems. Oleksy, who runs a competitive hockey league over the summer, has been sleeping on it ever since.
How has his journey to great sleep been going?
Frankly, Oleksy’s journey has been short. Upon trying our bed in at our showroom outside of De