An electric bed can be a great way to help you or your loved one sleep better. It can also help with a range of other issues, such as pressure sores or sleeping upright. If you have mobility issues or chronic pain, using an electric bed can help make life easier and more comfortable - but there are some things to consider before buying one. In this article, we’ll go over some of the benefits associated with these beds and look at the best electric beds for seniors.
Product: Electric Ottoman Bed
The best electric beds for seniors
The selection of electric and adjustable beds is bigger than it’s ever been, which can make it difficult to choose the right one for you. Take a look at our picks for the best electric beds for seniors to help you narrow down your choices:
The Warwick adjustable bed is an upholstered electric bed that offers a number of different fabric options ranging from faux leather to linen. Its design includes castors and a retainer for the end of the mattress. It also includes a stylish headboard that matches the aesthetic of the frame.
The design of this adjustable bed incorporates a five-fold mechanism alongside simple controls to make it easy to set up and use. It’s designed using high-quality components including a quiet motor that silently works to adjust your lying position. It’s built with expertly crafted beech wood slats and even comes with a 2-year guarantee for both the bed and the motors.
We recommend this bed for seniors because of its ease of use and robust design. It’s also worth noting that this bed is eligible for a VAT exemption for individuals with a registered disability. To find out more or to apply for your exemption, visit our webpage.
Another great option for seniors is the Rochdale adjustable bed. Designed using high-quality materials, there’s a good amount of customisation available with this bed, such as opting for faux leather or linen fabric. It’s another well-designed adjustable bed that includes a five-fold mechanism and intuitive controls.
It’s a bed that’s built to last, featuring high-quality wooden slats and robust build quality. What’s more, this bed comes with a 2-year warranty for the bed and the motors, as well as the ability to apply for VAT exemption on the purchase if you have a registered disability.
The Denver adjustable bed is another upholstered adjustable electric bed that comes in either faux leather or faux linen materials. It features all of the hallmark signs of a quality electric bed, including a five-fold mechanism and intelligently designed controls that are easy to use.
Build quality is fantastic on the Denver adjustable bed and it uses top-quality beech wood slats in its design. It also brings in the latest motor technology to provide a silent operation. It comes with a 2-year warranty for the bed and motors so you can feel confident that it will stand the test of time.
As with all of the adjustable beds in this article, the Denver is eligible for VAT exemption if you have a registered disability. Just fill out the form on our website after placing an order and you could be refunded the VAT back.
Product: Denver Adjustable Bed
Adjustable beds make sleeping easier for seniors
When you're searching for an electric bed that's right for you, there are a few things to look out for. It can help with a range of other issues, such as pressure sores or sleeping upright. If you have sleep apnea and find it difficult to breathe during the night, an electric bed might be able to give you relief.
Sleeping upright is also an alternative way to improve circulation and reduce swelling in your feet and legs by allowing blood to flow back into them easier. However, this will only work if your bed has been designed properly so that it will stay at an incline angle every time it changes its position from flat to up on its side or fully vertical (you don't want one side higher than another).
It’s good for those in chronic pain, too
If you have mobility issues or chronic pain, using an electric bed can help make life easier and more comfortable. Electric beds are designed to help people with mobility issues get out of bed. They may also assist those who have trouble moving around the house by allowing them to raise the head of their mattress so they can sit up in bed without straining their neck and back muscles.
For people with chronic pain who are often too uncomfortable to sleep well, electric beds provide a way to easily adjust the position of your body until you find one that feels good. You might even be able to use an electric mattress pad or other types of products that ease pressure points on your body while sleeping on a standard mattress!
An electric bed can be a great way to help you or your loved one sleep better. It can also help with a range of other issues, such as pressure sores or sleeping upright. If you have mobility issues or chronic pain, using an electric bed can help make life easier and more comfortable. If you’d like to know more about the adjustable beds mentioned in this article, or you require more information about sourcing an electric bed, get in touch with our team at Reinforced Beds today.