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Sore & Numb From Sleeping On Tilted Bed


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B) I'd UNTILT the bed!!!

If it is not working then try sleeping without it. Tell your doctor it did not work. It doesn't work for all so don't fret over it. I for one cannot tilt.

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i tilted my bed about 4", and it did nothing for me. i'd untilt your bed, or at make it 50% lower to see if that helps. Like Tearose said, it doesn't work for some of us.

Cheers,

J

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I was recommended to tilt my bed by Mayo last February. I tilted it for a few months, went back to flat again for a few months, tilted again. I can say it hasn't made any difference in my overall symptoms. BUT I've kept it tilted as I didn't get any worse with it, and it helps when I go from lying in my bed to standing up. Lying totally flat makes the transition a bit harder. That's the ONLY reason I elevate the head of my bed by 4 inches or so. It has not made any positive impact on the progression of my symptoms.

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That's the same thing we do....Concrete blocks under the top two posts, and then another in the mid-center of the bed so there's no sagging (we have a king bed.)

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