A low floor bed is just what it sounds like, one that is lower in height and it has several advantages. A lower height bed is actually more comfortable than you might think, despite the adjustment seeming strange at first. Many people who switch to sleeping closer to the floor are happy with that decision and don’t switch back. Sleeping closer to the ground actually keeps you cooler during hot weather, as warm air rises. You actually get more exercise getting in and out of a bed that’s closer to the floor, and the additional stretching and maneuvering that a low bed requires can be a positive health benefit. Sleeping on the floor also means less back and neck pain, and studies show that low bed sleepers enjoy better blood circulation. There is also less chance of developing scoliosis, a condition in which the spine curves.