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Lift Recliners For Comfort And Independence

By Suzanna Hardaway

In the most recent, lift recliners were mostly chosen for people with healthcare problems who wanted the comfort of reclining but needed assistance to get out of the chair. On the other hand, what the market is encountering now is a surge in product sales, even in this challenging economy, due to somewhat of a broadening customer base.

Now young mothers who relax with their babies at feeding time are realizing the comfort and advantage of lift recliners, along with the Sunday afternoon armchair quarterback and also the truck driver just returning home from a long haul. They too are experiencing the comfort and cushiness of their own reclining chairs – if they can oust their teenage gamer fanatic, that is.

At the same time as an expanding marketing base, the manufacturers of these reclining chairs have also made the purchase cost so inexpensive that it has given their sales a real “boost,” if you’ll pardon the pun.

With a price range from $500 to $1,500, nearly anyone can enjoy the helping hand offered by lift recliners. If that isn’t enough motivation to look into one of these models, how about the point that they’re now made for being as trendy as they are functional? From luxurious leather to practical and easy-to-clean microfiber, and most everything in between, your recliner can hold its own with contemporary to conventional decor.

Lift recliners come in a much more reasonably priced two- or three-position lift that move from upright to a 40 to 80 degree reclining position, as well as the top of the line styles that will recline to a 90 degree level, allow you to raise your feet higher than your heart, and come with adjustable massage speeds and heat settings.

Probably the most restorative lift recliners is the zero gravity lift, which has been created to offer relief from spine and back concerns while enhancing blood circulation and increasing lung capacity. These kinds of lift recliners are not only one of the most comfortable, but they are also the most likely to be included by your medical insurance simply because of the multi-functional, actual physical relief offered to a patient who experiences long-term pain and discomfort.

The makers of lift recliners have thought about each and every kind of consumer, from the physically infirm to the lazy day luxury lover. A lot of of their lift recliners contain battery back-up in case of power failure and easy-to-operate and store hand-held controls. At the same time as offering greater independence for the user who can now get out of his or her chair with little to no support except the built-in lift, the caregiver is also freed from the fear of muscle or back strain from pulling or lifting their loved one.

A word of warning, though! You may perhaps find that your lift recliner is so comfy that you’ll need to give your dog a quick dump out from the chair before you can climb in for a catnap.

Looking for a luxurious recliner to relax in after a hard day’s work? Check out our reviews of electric recliners and the small recliner at my site.

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Hardaway, Suzanna "Lift Recliners For Comfort And Independence." Lift Recliners For Comfort And Independence. 11 Jul. 2010. 14 Sep 2014 <>.

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