Did you know that recliners are good for you? Try one for yourself. Sit back and take a load off.
When you recline, you quite literally take the load off your feet, your back, and your joints so you can relax your entire body.
When you kick back in a good recliner with lumbar and neck support, or add your own bolster or pillow, you elevate your legs and improve your blood flow. You take the stress off your back muscles and discs, and you can truly relax.
If the aches and pains of pregnancy are bothering you, if your ankles are swollen and your joints ache, if your Arthritis is acting up, if you have back issues, aches from injuries, or sore feet, a recliner can make life more comfortable.
If you spend a lot of time standing or sitting in a rigid position on the job, or you are simply feeling stressed, recline!
If your mobility is limited and you must sit for many hours a day, a recliner provides support and an adjustable seating position, to avoid cramping and pressure pain.
Take some time to take care of yourself with a good recliner. When you lie back into just the right reclined position, you’ll be glad you did.1