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Casper Adjustable Bed Frame Massages Me to Sleep

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White oval remote control to control an adjustable bed

I love the feeling of going to bed at night, but for a while my sleep was not restful. I was tossing and turning and waking up with back pain, so I replaced my old bed with the Casper Original Hybrid Mattress. That model was recently replaced by Casper’s. Dream hybrid—The original has been removed from the Casper site, but the remaining stock can still be found on Amazon until it runs out. My back hasn’t hurt since, but something was still missing.

I’ve long dreamed of being able to adjust my mattress, lean over to read or work comfortably on my laptop, or lift my head on nights when a cold or runny nose caused by an allergy would keep me awake. Because the Casper mattress was so successful, I also turned to the brand for help. For the past few months, I’ve been sleeping in Casper’s bed. Max adjustable base. All it took was lifting my foot slightly to feel all the tension in my back disappear. This is how the other side lives.

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Casper has three adjustable frames, all controlled by a simple remote (we’re good with a remote and hate the app-controlled Sleep Number adjustable bed). Most people would be fine with the basic optionto about $1,100 for a queen-size bed, with head and foot adjustments and a zero gravity modewhich adjusts your body to evenly distribute pressure and eliminate neck or back pain. NASA discovered that this sleeping position was ideal for astronauts deal with the pressure in space. He $1,500 Pro It adds two-zone massage, with a vibrating motor on the top and another on the bottom, and USB ports for charging your phone. He max. that I tried costs a whopping $2,500 when it’s not on sale. No need the Max, but I really appreciate its extras.

Photography: Medea-Giordano

The Max receives a four-zone massage with three levels of intensity. Instead of one motor vibrating the entire top section and another on the bottom, each side has its own head and foot motor, four in total. If you share a bed with someone, you will both be able to experience it fully. It’s more of a vibration than an actual massage (it doesn’t have nodes that penetrate the muscles like a massage chair, of course), but it’s really relaxing despite having to traverse the frame and thick mattress. Although it can be noisy. The zero gravity feature places your upper body at a 120-degree angle and your feet at a 45-degree angle with your knees bent. I felt my body release every ounce of tension here and I made everyone in my family try too. Zero gravity is supposed to be good for sleeping, but since I’m a combination sleeper who rotates between my side and stomach, I prefer it for relaxing at the end of the day.

The Max has a head lift like the other two, which adjusts the upper body from a flat position to about 20 inches from the frame, and also offers pillow tilt. That means the top half of the headpiece also adjusts, putting your head in position to watch TV or read comfortably. Otherwise, you’ll be in a better position to look at the ceiling if you’re completely reclined. The foot of the bed raises the base of the mattress about 10 inches from the frame. If you find a head and foot position you really love, there are two preset buttons on the remote so you can save them and easily adjust them later; for example, one for resting and another for sleeping. I love underbed lighting that provides just enough brightness to find something or light your way to the bathroom at night, but not enough to wake your partner or blind your sleepy eyes.

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