Heated Water Bed: The Science and Benefits Explained

- Sleeping on a water bed is considered soothing and calming - Lifelong water bed owners find it impossible to sleep on any other type of mattress - Water beds have evolved from the original swishy sensation to more sophisticated models with waveless and motion reducing technology, memory foam and latex layers, and heated water - The original water bed design was a rectangular wooden enclosure with a heavy platform and bulky headboard - Waterbeds have evolved a lot in the 50 years since they were invented by Charlie Hall in 1969 - Sleeping on water offers a natural, levitating sensation, total body support, and eliminates pressure points - Americans are once again embracing the phenomenon of flotation sleep, which has undergone technological improvements and is recognized by physicians and sleep experts as the best sleep surface for the body and well-being