If you’re disabled, then simple tasks such as getting in and out of bed can be a frustrating chore. However, an adjustable bed can make such tasks a lot easier and can help you enjoy bedtime rather than see it as a necessary evil.
Here are just some of the adjustable beds can help if you’re disabled…
If you don’t have mobility in any of your limbs, then they can suffer from poor circulation. There are also a number of medical conditions that can cause poor blood circulation. By using an adjustable bed, you can improve the blood flow around your body. For example, you can raise your legs which will increase blood flow to your upper-body and brain, raising your upper body can help blood reach your extremities.
Reduce bed sores
If you spend a lot of time in bed due to a disability, then you have to be wary of bed sores. Also known as pressure sores or pressure ulcers, these are sore patches that result from pressure on a particular patch of skin and can occur if someone lays in bed for a long period of time without moving. Buying an adjustable bed can help with bed sores as it enables a person to move their body more in bed, even if they have no or limited movement of one or more of their limbs.