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Elevate Your Sleep

In recent years, the negative health impacts of sitting for extended periods of time has increased in awareness. Researchers have gone as far as to say that “sitting is the new smoking”. The deficiency in gravity from sitting can cause physical degeneration of the spine, muscles, and connective tissue, as well as obesity and early death. Gravity inclined sleeping is exactly what it sounds like. Instead of sleeping on a flat surface, the MoltyCure is at a slight incline of 5 degrees. The main benefit behind MoltyCure’s inclined bed therapy is improved circulation of blood and lymph, simply by gravity.

  • Acid Reflux

    Reflux occurs when the valve that keeps the contents of your stomach from flowing up into your esophagus stops functioning. It is a chronic condition caused by the esophageal valve not closing properly. MoltyCure's seemingly simple recommendation (of inclined mattress) supports weakened anatomy by taking advantage of gravitational forces during sleep which keeps the content of the stomach from coming out.

  • Sleep Apnea

    The air pathways in obstructive sleep apnea get blocked when muscles in the back of your neck relax and as a result narrow it. MoltyCure helps sleep apnea by positioning their neck in such a way that airway is most likely to stay open. This helps the body stay elevated and keep the airways from collapsing.

  • Heart Conditions

    When heart muscles are not working to their fullest,the blood circulation around the body is compromised and leads to a fluid buildup in the body, especially in the lungs. The situation is exacerbated when the patient lies down and as a result the fluids start pressing on the lungs. MoltyCure's inclined therapy offers relief by allowing the head to be placed in a tilted position which relieves the pressure off lungs.