Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety.
Breast milk is best for your baby, and the benefits of breastfeeding extend well beyond basic nutrition. In addition to containing all the vitamins and nutrients your baby needs in the first six months of life, breast milk is packed with disease-fighting substances that protect your baby from illness. But breastfeeding a newborn for almost 10-12 hours a day involves quite a bit of sitting for long periods of time. A deep cushioned couch or chair can contribute to poor posture habits causing you extra pain in back and neck when breastfeeding. Since you will be sitting for extended periods, not to let the lower portion of your spine curve forward excessively is almost next to impossible. Putting a pillow or couch cushion behind your back to keep it straight is very tedious, and still its extremely uncomfortable while you breastfeed your baby. Nursing a baby on adjustable bed by inclining the bed at an angle will provide relief and a good strong support for the back. This will help you to bring the baby to your breast rather than bending over the baby.
An adjustable bed, by elevating the upper half will provide proper support for the spinal cord. Inclining the bed at 45 degrees provides relief for the lower back. By raising the foot of the bed relieves even more pressure on the spine, which raises the legs and bends the knees.
ZERO-G BED gives your whole body an upgrade by providing customised support to improve posture while feeding your baby. By elevating the bed it will support the natural curvature of your spine, which will create the ultimate stress relief by reducing pressure throughout the body, and alleviating muscle and joint pain.
Being able to adjust the bed in zero gravity position, you may also alleviate a number of chronic conditions like arthritis, sleep apnea, acid reflex, edema, and asthma. The zero gravity position is a term developed as a position for astronauts to help relieve stress of earth�s gravity on the body while taking off into space. The zero gravity position is achieved by lying on your back, then raising your legs and head above your stomach or heart. This position minimizes the effect of gravity on your back, evenly distributes weight on your body in a relaxed state
So it�s not just about easing you out while feeding. It�s also about improving your health, your mood, and your outlook on life. Zero Gravity position impacts your health and overall enjoyment of feeding your little one along with a good nights sleep.