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The New Sherborne Devonshire Adjustable Bed

Sherborne Adjustable Beds

Sherborne Upholstery’s leap into the Adjustable Bed market some years ago has been hugely successful. Perhaps unsurprising giving Sherborne’s leading position in the Recliner Chairs market. Nevertheless, the stunning Sherborne Devonshire Electric Adjustable Bed has gained excellent reviews from customers and medical professionals alike with its simple operation, finish and durability.

The Devonshire is Sherborne’s most luxurious Adjustable Bed. This head-and-foot electric bed offers luxurious comfort and support with its fully-sprung base and choice of mattresses. And with its patented, two-part design for easy assembly, it offers superb flexibility.

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Introducing The Sherborne Regency Adjustable Bed

Sherborne Adjustable Beds

Sherborne Upholstery is a long-term best seller at Dalzell’s.  The Sherborne Adjustable Bed range introduced some years ago has been hugely successful. The recent launched Sherborne Regency has already gained excellent reviews from customers and medical professionals alike because of its superb easy-assembly operation, design and durability.

The Regency is Sherborne’s best value, Adjustable Bed. Featuring a head-and-foot electric bed design, it benefits from Sherborne’s two-part design for easy assembly and dual control for independent adjustment.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Electric Beds

Modern-day electric beds are designed with both functionality and style in mind. Long gone are the days of unwieldy and cumbersome hospital beds being brought home. Nowadays, people buy adjustable beds for numerous reasons.

Health reasons, mobility, post-surgery or as a luxurious alternative to a standard bed, there are many advantages in choosing an electric adjustable bed. We’ve set out these below.

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Adjustable Beds and Mobility

How Adjustable Beds Preserve Mobility

With more people living longer quality of life in our later years takes on more importance. Being mobile is central to ageing well and for our mental and physical wellbeing.

According to the Centre for Ageing Better, “The homes that people live in significantly impact on their wellbeing and ability to live their lives the way they want to. Research shows that 80 per cent of homeowners aged 65 and over wish to stay where they are”.

Adapting our homes to our changing mobility needs is essential in maintaining independence. An adjustable bed is just one way that we can enhance our mobility while improving quality of life.

Below we set out the reasons why electric adjustable beds assist people with maintaining mobility. They offer numerous health benefits, contribute to assisted living and staying independent, and improve sleep

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Six Ways An Adjustable Bed Helps You Sleep Better

A telltale sign that you’re not getting the best sleep is waking up with aches and pains caused by an uncomfortable bed. Sleeping on an adjustable electric bed is an excellent way of getting restful sleep.

Research tells us that adults need between seven to nine hours of sleep per night to function at our best. For many, though, this is not the reality. Sleep issues such as falling over to sleep or waking through the night are common complaints.

So why are adjustable beds better for sleeping? We’ve set out below six reasons why an electric bed will not only help you nod off but also help you stay asleep through the night.

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Six Benefits of an Adjustable Bed Post Surgery

Benefits of Adjustable Beds After Surgery
MiBed Worcester Adjustable Bed

Sleeping on a comfortable and supportive bed is essential to post-surgery recovery. An adjustable bed offers a range of benefits to alleviate any pain points, breathing problems or mobility issues.

If you’re recovering from hip surgery, a back operation, knee replacement or abdominal surgery, an electric adjustable bed is a great choice. Operating in a similar way to a hospital bed, find out more about how you can get a better night’s sleep post-operation.

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7 Tips to Ease Back Pain When Sleeping

This Back Care Awareness Week we’re reminded that approximately four out of every five adults will experience back pain at some stage in their life.

Whilst there are many physical and psycho-social factors that contribute to back pain – heavy physical work, frequent bending, twisting, lifting, obesity, stress, anxiety and depression – it’s worth remembering that a good supportive bed has an important role to play in relieving back pain.

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