Bed Wars – Living Happily Ever After

The strangest thing about having such a comfy new bed is that I am actually spending less time in it!

That is because I am waking so rested, more often, and in less pain, that I am much more active.

Then when I have overdone it, as is my wont, at least I can get in a position to take the pressure off while it eases.

Although it looks very utilitarian here:

It dresses up as a normal bed and I can have some fun after Christmas is over finding some pretty new bedding, because although my double sheets work, a King Single bed is about six inches longer than a single bed.

Needing a new bedhead and a whole new look. This bedcover had to go because the corners are now a tripping hazard. My artist friend loves it at her place!

I was worried about losing the width of a double, but as a friend pointed out you can fit two people side by side, and we will leave it right there!

It is much easier to get into and out from as far as height, and no having to painfully move across to get to the edge. And there is still room to sprawl, surprisingly.

In fact, when I have the back fully raised, plus the legs raised I can sit almost in a relaxed yoga position while working on my tablet which is so very comfy.

Don’t expect me to open the door in a hurry though! You dont go anywhere till you press the remote button for 4 seconds to tell it to go back to flat! There are several button choices.

If the remote has slid on to the floor and one is in the hammock position life can get complicated!However, it can be battery operated in a power cut.

So that is my new adjustable bed review

Result: Well pleased!

Published by Eunice C English

FormerFreelance journalist. Poet, writer, artist, photographer. Retired and coping with Parkinson's Plus, macular degeneration and other boring stuff but life is still interesting, if a bit of a challenge!

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