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Bed Wedges

Bed wedges help keep you in a comfortable position during sleep and can also discourage rolling, to reduce the risk of falls. Several of our bed wedges are supplied as a set of two wedges with a connecting sheet and are available as a full-length, or partial wedges.

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What are bed wedges and how do they enhance comfort and health?

Bed wedges are specially designed triangular cushions that provide elevation and support to different parts of the body while lying down. They can be used to elevate the upper body, legs, or provide targeted support for specific health conditions like acid reflux, snoring, or improving circulation.

How do you use a bed wedge effectively for various purposes?

Using a bed wedge effectively involves placing it in the desired position on the bed to provide the necessary support or elevation. For example, to alleviate acid reflux symptoms, position the wedge under the upper body. You can also place it under the mattress.

Are bed wedges good for your back?

Bed wedges can be beneficial for back health, especially when used to elevate the upper body. This position can reduce pressure on the lower back and spine, providing relief for individuals with back pain, acid reflux, or respiratory issues.

Can I sleep on my side with a bed wedge?

While bed wedges are primarily designed for back and upper body elevation, some individuals find ways to use them in a side-sleeping position.  Plus, using a bed wedge for will offer greater support to your neck and shoulders, allowing your body to fall into the perfect position.

Is a wedge pillow good for sciatica?

Yes, a wedge pillow can be beneficial for individuals with sciatica. By elevating the upper body or legs, a wedge pillow can help alleviate pressure on the sciatic nerve and reduce discomfort associated with sciatica. It's important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the most effective positioning and elevation for your specific sciatic condition.

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