Last week was the last DIRECT column related to my NDE. The next two columns, while related are not directly tied to my NDE. They are related to my health and staying well after leaving the hospital.
A raised mattress may just be the fix one needs for health reasons.
A hospital bed?
A brand new adjustable bed?
After spending eleven days in the hospital in the month of February in a hospital bed, I realized upon leaving I could no longer sleep lying prone. The initial thought was a temporary fix of renting a hospital bed. But the challenge with that was where to put it. The next thought became buying an adjustable bed. Both options would require chunk of change. My sister in law recommended a far less expensive choice:
Mattress Genie Bed Wedge, Queen
The blue pillow under my boxspring with the white plug and white cord IS THE Mattress Genie:
Mattress Genie has sizes for all beds and since I have a queen size mattress I have that size. The Genie raises the mattress up high enough, almost to the same degree as a hospital bed. Because my breathing is so challenging with my scoliosis that presses into my chest, having this wedge that raises my head is a Godsend.
Sleeping has always been important to me. I’ve never really been one not to sleep well. Now that I have this bed wedge I have no worry about waking up and not being able to catch my breath. That last Tuesday in January when I woke up lying prone and losing my oxygen level is the last time I slept lying flat.
Having a raised mattress helps with more than just breathing. It can prevent snoring and help with acid reflux as well. So happy that I have this now and I THINK it has become my permanent fix. Should anyone have breathing issues or any of the other issues above, having raised mattress is something you should consider.
Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!
Blessings to you.
Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;
We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying. For there truly is no end.
Roy A Ackerman, PhD, EA
Interesting concept. I will have to check it out.