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Getting the Most Out of Your Recliner Chair

range of recliner chairs

Fenetic Wellbeing tell us how you can get the most out of your recliner chair. Recliner chairs are one of the best types of chair for those who suffer from back pain or struggle getting in and out of their chair. They’ve been specifically designed to provide maximum body support and offer you a comfortable seated experience. This guide will take you through the benefits of a recliner chair and how they can be of benefit for you.

What is a recliner chair?

You may have already guessed by the name. Recliner chairs recline when you’re seated, and you can often choose how reclined the chair is. More often than not they also come with a footrest so that, when the chair is reclined, you can simply put your feet up and relax.

There’s a great range of recliner chairs from Fenetic Wellbeing, in particular their range of electric recliner chairs. You operate these with the touch of a button and there’s a range available that lets you operate the headrest and footrest separately known as dual motor. Single motored riser recliner chairs operate them simultaneously. With electric recliner chairs you can choose the position of the footrest and headrest with considerable ease. You need to ensure that the chair is placed somewhere near a power source as they’ll need to be plugged in to ensure the features work.

Traditional recliner chairs are operated using a lever. These can be placed anywhere in your living room as they don’t need to be connected to a power source. You pull up on the lever and use your body to get the chair to a comfortable position.

riser recliner chair in cream

Why should you consider a recliner chair?

Research has been undertaken that has shown how beneficial recliner chairs can be for those who suffer from mobility issues and the elderly. They not only make your experience getting in and out of the chair more comfortable, they also offer you a bit more safety.

When seated, they’re also extremely beneficial. They provide your back and spine with support and also give your neck some additional comfort. When in the reclined position they provide a temporary relief from any niggling aches and pains so you can watch your favorite television programme in peace. When risen they also offer relief from hip and neck problems, so whatever the issue they can make your life far more comfortable and enjoyable.

So, as you can see, they really are an all-rounder and can really help you to have some temporary relief from any aches and pains that you normally suffer from when seated.

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How can you ensure your recliner chair last the distance?

Like anything in your home, your recliner chair needs a little bit of love, care and attention to ensure you get maximum use out of them and they last the distance. If you take good care of them, they can potentially last you for years. If they get damaged or aren’t cleaned on a regular basis, it’s highly likely you’ll have to replace them far sooner.

When it comes to getting the best quality, you need to sometimes spend a little bit more than you may have expected to get longevity. If you keep them clean, they’ll feel fresh for years. You need to be careful when getting in and out of the chair you aren’t sitting down to heavily, as this can damage the bottom of the chair and the springs. With a bit of investment in your chair, you’ll get a comfortable and pain-relieving experience.

cream recliner chair

You may not immediately think of your chair as something that needs love and care but hopefully, we’ve shown you they do! You need to ensure, where possible, they’re looked after as this is the best way of ensuring they’ll last for a long time. If you fully take care of them, you’ll see the real benefit that recliner chairs can have for you and how they can make your life so much easier and more comfortable.

For more information visit: www.feneticwellbeing.com

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