Can adjustable beds help snoring?

While the orchestra of sounds that come from the nasal passages of someone deep in sleep, who is blissfully unaware of the racket they are causing, can be amusing, it’s no laughing matter if you have to share a bed with someone who snores night after night.

Snoring can be caused by a number of things, including dry air, allergies, colds, stress and various forms of medication.

Yet while the causes may be varied, the consequences are identical – a sleepless night for whoever shares a bed with them.


There are natural methods of reducing snoring such as drinking lots of fluids and losing weight, but sometimes these just don’t cut the mustard. If no matter how many pillows you’ve piled around your ears you can still hear your partner snoring, there’s no need to relocate to the couch – try an adjustable bed instead!

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*Image shows Adjustable Inmotion Prestige Bed

Sleeping in an elevated position has been shown to reduce snoring, so adjustable beds which allow you to raise the head of the bed at the touch of a button are the simple solution to nip snoring in the bud.

Going to sleep in a semi-upright position keeps your air passages fully open and adjustable beds are far better for your neck and back than stacking up the pillows.

If your partner’s snoring keeps you awake at night, there is a way for you both to get a peaceful night’s sleep and the solution lies in an adjustable bed. Not only are these a great way to reduce snoring, but they are also supportive and incredibly comfortable, especially if you like to read or watch TV in bed.

You can even get an adjustable bed that allows both sides to be adjusted differently, making them perfect for couples.In Motion Essential drw closed_1

*Image shows Adjustable Inmotion Superior Bed

Comfort is crucial when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep along with the right support and a consistent bedtime routine.

Investing in an adjustable bed can change your sleeping patterns for the better, reducing snoring (and the associated frustration experienced by your partner) while having a positive impact on your relationship.

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