By Camille Beaupre. Chair. Published at Tuesday, September 03rd, 2019 - 00:49:22 AM.
Lift chairs are a special kind of chair manufactured after much research and experimentation by experts in this profession. These special chairs are characterized by a strong and stable lifting mechanism in them. Such a mechanism allows them to be pushed and lifted from the whole base of the ground. The user of such a chair is hence capable of achieving a standing position with the help of this powerful lifting mechanism. The mechanism used in lift chairs is essentially scientific and proven by many. Some of the best experts have worked day and night and come up with such a chair with these extraordinary features. The backs of such chairs is flexible and keeps the user in a comfortable position from where standing up is very easy.
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Lift chairs are a source of independence for people who have trouble rising from a sitting position. The chairs are motorized, and they rise slowly and tip forward slightly to allow the person to go from sitting to standing without having to lift their body weight. They are very useful in private homes, and in nursing homes to help the elderly or disabled have a degree of independence and to keep nursing assistants free to tackle more demanding tasks.
Some lift chairs come with conveniences like built-in heat and massage, pockets to hold magazines, and snack trays with or without cup holders. All of these extras add to the cost of the chair, but for some people those extras may make the difference between having a comfortable chair and having a chair that doesn‘t meet their needs.
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