A patented design to reduce pain while you sleep
Chronic pain is not something to take lightly and unfortunately, it is something that over 20 percent of the adult American population experiences (CDC, 2016). If this statistic wasn’t staggering enough, the same report from the CDC found that over 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain and about 20 million suffer from “high-impact chronic pain”, meaning that the pain is critical enough to limit regular life or work activities.
These high numbers of chronic pain sufferers suggest that adults with daily pain (that may or may not impact their normal life’s activities) has become something of a norm. Over 20 percent means that this pain is experienced by 1 in 5 American adults. Here at Level Sleep, it is our aim to help relieve this pain and improve wellbeing through a better night of sleep.
Level Sleep’s mattress has a patented design that is also clinically proven to reduce pain and improve sleep, Level Sleep’s team of sleep specialists are committed to sharing this knowledge in order to help the world sleep better and most importantly, live better. Side sleepers will especially love and benefit from Level Sleep’s 10 years of development, clinical trials, and multiple patents that went into making our TriSupport design a system that solves the puzzle that other mattress companies fail to understand.
Is your pain better or worse when you wake up in the morning? If it’s worse, then there’s a good chance that whatever you are sleeping on is either causing or contributing to your pain.
Level Sleep has been designed and tested for those who wake up and don’t feel refreshed, and for those who consistently find themselves tossing and turning throughout the night. If you are someone who tends to wake up with a sore neck, stiff joints, or aches and pains, Level Sleep was built for you.
We believe that when you lay your head down at the end of the day, you should feel content knowing that your body is done working. If you are sleeping on a stiff, unsupportive, or uncomfortable mattress, your body will have to continue to work to compensate for the areas where it isn’t being supported, causing back pain – especially lower back pain. This is why oftentimes you wake up and do not feel well-rested, even if you slept for 7-8 hours. While you may have slept adequate hours, you might have been tossing and turning due to back pain, or your spine was not properly aligned to provide circulation and support to the muscles.
Read on to discover what the Level Sleep mattress does for back, shoulder, and chronic pain. Here, we outline how Level Sleep has been specifically designed with your ultimate comfort in mind.