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Elevators and Positioning

Elevators and positioning aids are items which either elevate the actual mattress or elevate the pillows to enable those who are unable to sleep flat to find the perfect sleeping position on a slight incline. They are ideal if you find that pillows alone simply do not provide the level of support you require.

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What are Bed Elevators and Positioning Aids?

Bed elevators and positioning aids are specialized devices designed to enhance comfort and accessibility in bed. They include pillow lifts and mattress elevators that allow users to adjust the position of their upper body or legs, providing relief for various conditions like acid reflux, snoring, and mobility issues.

How do Bed Elevators work?

Bed elevators work by using a motorized mechanism to lift and incline the upper body or legs of a person lying in bed. This adjustment helps alleviate discomfort associated with conditions like acid reflux, snoring, and poor circulation. They will also help you to raise up from a lying position, preventing any straining if you trying to lift up by yourself.

What are Pillow Lifts?

Pillow lifts are components of bed positioning aids that elevate the upper body, specifically the head and shoulders, for improved sleep quality. They are designed to address issues like acid reflux, snoring, and respiratory conditions. Pillow lifts provide customizable elevation levels to suit individual comfort preferences.

What are Mattress Elevators?

Mattress elevators are specialized devices that can adjust the entire mattress to raise either the upper body or legs. They provide customized support for various medical conditions and can enhance comfort during sleep. Mattress elevators are particularly beneficial for individuals with mobility challenges.

Who can benefit from Bed Elevators and Positioning Aids?

Bed elevators and positioning aids benefit a wide range of individuals, including those with medical conditions like acid reflux, snoring, sleep apnoea, and mobility issues. They are also valuable for caregivers, as they make it easier to provide care and assistance to individuals in bed.

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