The key to the quality rest offered by Jensen is the zone system. Back support in combination with a soft shoulder zone ensures a totally new sleep experience. The principle on which the zone system is based is as obvious as it is natural. Most people have broader hips and shoulders and are generally narrower and heavier around the waist. Because the task of a mattress is to support the body, it is divided into zones providing more equal and comfortable support which allows the shoulders and hips to sink deeper into the mattress while at the same time providing more support to the waist.
Mattress tension is one of the choices that you make when buying a new Jensen bed. Most of our springs are available in various tensions from medium to extra firm. The tension is determined on the basis of height, weight and the desired level of comfort.
THE CORRECT SLEEPING POSITION
In order for you to have a good night’s sleep, during which your entire body rests comfortably, our experts recommend that you sleep either on your back or on your side. People who usually sleep on their stomachs and want to change their usual sleeping position can learn to sleep on their side or on their back.
This may take some time but once your body has adjusted to your new sleeping position, you will discover that you sleep better and that you will also benefit more from the hours you spend in bed.
PEOPLE WHO SLEEP ON THEIR SIDE
If the bed feels too firm, you can lower the mattress in the hip region at the push of a button. If the bed feels too soft you can raise it. If you sleep on your side, our experts recommend that you make minor adjustments to prevent potential back pain.
PEOPLE WHO SLEEP ON THEIR STOMACH
Sleeping on your stomach can place a strain on your lower back. Exact Comfort Adjustment allows you to reduce this strain by raising the bed. If you lower the bed, the strain on your lower back is likely to increase, which is not advisable.
PEOPLE WHO SLEEP ON THEIR BACK
Most people who sleep on their back may experience greater comfort by lowering the bed using Exact Comfort Adjustment. Others may be more comfortable by raising the bed.