THE INFORMED SLEEPER
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Every Body is Unique

By DUX Design, AB  •  January 13, 2014

We all need support in different areas, yet we are all sleeping on virtually the same type of mattress. We are all alike in that we crave deep restful sleep, but it is actually the type of support required by your specific body type that determines whether a bed is comfortable or not.  Furthermore, if you share your bed with someone, what may be right for them is most likely not going to be right for you.

Couple sleeping on bed from above

 

Sleeping on a bed that does not take your specific body shape into account forces your body to conform to it. Your body will never be relaxed so the quality of your sleep and your comfort level will be compromised.  Additionally, if you suffer from back pain, an injury, sciatica or life changes such as age or pregnancy, the support required from your bed should be unique and adjustable.

The DUX Bed actively conforms to your individual body shape and movements and supports your spine in a natural relaxed position to help you get comfortable and remain comfortable all night. If you share your DUX bed with someone, both of you can customize your own side and the distribution of support for your shoulders, hips and legs based on your individual needs with the revolutionary Pascal® System.

PHOTO CREDIT: LOREM IPSUM

 

I hope this works.



 
       
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