Nasal congestion, Sinusitis, Catarrh, Mucus, Phlegm testimonials

Respiration, Asthma, Bronchiectasis, Bronchitis, Nasal congestion, Sinusitis, Catarrh, Mucus, Phlegm

Respiration,immune system, oedema

I started to have my bed on a permanent incline about 2 years ago.

I'd been having a lot of breathing problems at night, including sleep apnoea symptoms and acid reflux. I can honestly say that I no longer have these problems.

It also deals with my leg oedema, which suggests to me that it is beneficial to sleep this way for the sake of whole body circulation. A kind of nocturnal restoration for the body. Even prior to raising my bed, I used to feel compelled to raise my upper body with umpteen pillows whenever I had breathing problems from colds, and on the occasion that I had pleurisy. When the illnesses went, though, I would reduce down to 1 pillow and sleep flat again (which seems crazy to me now).

Regardless of whether it's improving my health, sleeping with the head of my bed raised feels so natural and comfortable to me. I think that it helps me to sleep better. Also, I don't seem to suffer from colds any more. I get the sniffles or a sore throat very occasionally, which feels like I might have a cold coming, but it never seems to develop any further. I put this down to sleeping inclined. Up until 10 days ago I had my bed raised on blocks that my husband made for me. Now I've bought myself a purpose-built inclined wooden bed frame. I'm convinced enough of the efficacy of inclined bed rest that I've put my money where my mouth is. I'll never sleep flat again. I'm one of those people who think that sleeping inclined is a form of wisdom that has been forgotten over the centuries, and that everyone would benefit from sleeping this way. I hope that this is of help to you. It can't hurt to try it. Good luck.

Best wishes, Ani-Boo

Ani-Boo
Posted Date : 16-04-2018

Ashma, Brain fog, diabetes, snoring, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, nocturia 2 months IBT

I found this website through a referral from a woman on Facebook and what a Godsend it has been! My husband used to snore so badly that I still sleep with earplugs out of habit, but he stopped snoring 2 months ago when we started doing inclined bed therapy. Additionally, his feet don't ache when he wakes up, he doesn't have brain fog and he doesn't get night cramps or have to go to the bathroom during the night. He is a holistic doctor with an intensely challenging job, both physically and mentally. He has been so impressed with the results that he has told all of his patients about it. One patient with diabetes reported that his blood sugar levels dropped to their lowest ever after one week of inclined bed therapy.

As for me, I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis and used to have cold feet every single night. Since I started doing inclined bed therapy 2 months ago, that has completely resolved. Additionally, I was able to cut my thyroid medication dosage by 25% (I have been on the same dose for the last 5 years so this is remarkable).

My asthma has seemingly disappeared and I wake up refreshed. From a vanity perspective, it is great to wake up without puffy eyes and a swollen face. 

After 2 short months I can't stand the idea of sleeping in a flat bed. I travel for work and cannot wait to get back home to sleep in my inclined bed. Thank you, Andrew. You are a Godsend.

Gratefully yours,

Tracy Koll

Tracy Koll
Atlanta
GA
United States

Posted Date : 27-11-2017

So simple yet so effetive, Congestion, Vivid dreaming, Waking refreshed,

Incline Bed Therapy has been such a positive influence on my health. I have been incline for nearly a year now.  Some of the benefits that I have observed are as follows…

• Deeper sleep and vivid dreams (I dream almost every night now)
• I now wake up feeling well rested instead of groggy.
• I no longer wake up feeling congested (I use to have a chronic blocked nose in the morning)
• I am slightly taller! By about half a cm. This could be from the spine stretching out during the night…. I’m nearly 30 and stopped growing a long time ago.
• Improved posture (Kundalini yoga and switching to a standing desk has also helped with this)

Some other things that have also contributed to a better sleep have been changing from a springed mattress to a futon mattress and also not eating after 8pm. It is my understanding that the body can either do one of two things while sleeping… heal or digest food. So if you eat late you’re inhibiting the healing process at night.

I will never… ever go back to sleeping flat. I actually now avoid any occasion where I can’t sleep in my own bed because I love it so much! If I go camping, I’ll also make sure that I find a slight incline to lay my sway down. It has been such a beautifully simple change but with so many health benefits.

Lucy
Adelaide
South Australia


Posted Date : 14-05-2015