Electric Beds & Bedroom Accessories
As we get older, our bodies fail to function as well as they once did. We may develop pain, body aches, sicknesses, and mechanical concerns that were not there when we were younger. You may also be disabled from an accident, congenital disorders, and other unfortunate ailments. However, none of this should prevent you from going about your daily routine.
Electric adjustable beds are a great option for senior citizens and the disabled. They offer numerous benefits that people with orthopedic or neuromuscular impairments may need assistance with. Contact us today to learn more about our range of electric adjustable beds.
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Electric Beds & Bedroom Accessories
As our bodies evolve, so does the need to replace beds that are suitable for our needs. So, how about a bed that can be adjusted? Buying adjustable beds and other bed mobility aids can make getting in and out of bed easier and much more comfortable.
We have an impressive collection of aged care beds and other aged care items like mattresses, pillows, and supports. We also have a large selection of bedroom accessories, aids, and bedroom furniture that can improve circulation, reduce pain in pressure points, and assist with issues that come along as we grow older.
What Should I Look for When Buying a Power Lift Chair?
Number of Positions
This is the most crucial factor to consider. When browsing for chairs, you'll notice that some are labelled as '2 Position,' '3 Position,' and 'Infinite Positions.' The 2 and 3 positions feature a single motor, requiring the backrest to recline for the footrest to slide out.
On the other hand, 2 motors are used in infinite position variants to allow the footrest to move independently of the backrest. This type of chair is required for those who like to sit upright while also having their footrest raised e.g. when watching TV.
Living Area Space
Do you have a limited amount of space in your living room to accommodate a chair? Is it necessary to have it against a wall? Some models can open against a wall and slide forward without hitting the wall behind them. Standard models move out and forward, which can be inconvenient in confined spaces.
How Well It Fits Your Body Size
Just like any recliner, you want the chair to fit your body size. The deeper the seat cushion is, the larger the chair. When you sit straight up in a chair that is too big, your legs may not touch the floor. If you pick a model that is too tiny, your lower back may not respond well.
Type of Covering
Do you perspire a lot? Leather isn't always the greatest option. Is incontinence a concern for you? Perhaps a cloth-based material isn't appropriate in this situation. Leather will almost always be more expensive, but its advantages should not be overlooked.
Heated seats, massage function, cup holders, USB ports, remote control holders, heat and foot supports, variable lift speeds are available on higher-end versions. While these may appear to be unneeded, persons who suffer from aches and pains may find them to be incredibly calming and well worth the increased expense.
Electric Beds FAQs
Are adjustable beds good for the elderly?
Adjustable beds for seniors are great for different types of sleeping positions. They are particularly effective for seniors who have a variety of chronic diseases or therapeutic injuries.
How much does an adjustable bed cost?
An adjustable bed can cost anywhere from $750 to $5,000 on average, although most purchases for a full or queen-sized bed will fall within the $800 to $2,500 price range for most respected brands. The price varies based on features such as adjustable bed frames, adjustable bases, supports for the head or legs, and many others.
What is the best bed for an elderly person?
There is no single bed that suits all seniors. To know which adjustable bed is ideal for you, assess your immediate needs, but also consider what may be required in the future. The best choice should cater for future needs, can raise or lower the bed's height, and remote controls with large function keys will be welcomed.
Do doctors recommend adjustable beds?
Yes, they do. Many doctors advise people with Edema to sleep by elevating their legs above the level of their chest in an adjustable bed. Moreover, arthritis sufferers can find brief pain relief by utilising an adjustable bed. Since over 350 million people throughout the world suffer from arthritic pain, adjustable beds are a welcome addition.
Is an adjustable bed considered durable medical equipment?
DME or durable medical equipment refers to supplies ordered by a health care provider for everyday or extended use. Some common examples include adjustable beds, walkers, oxygen apparatus, crutches, and commode chairs. So yes, prescribed adjustable beds, including long single hospital beds, are considered DME.