Top Bed Pillows & Bed Wedges from Health and Care.co.uk
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 | Nicola
Whether you are bed bound, relaxing in bed or simply trying to get a good nights’ sleep, trying to get pillows into a comfortable position can be tricky – especially if you want to sit upright. Our selection of bed wedges are a perfect solution to this. Here we take a look at three of the bestselling bed wedges.
The Harley Bed Relaxer Bed Wedge Support Cushion provides support and comfort when used whilst sitting or sleeping in bed. The Harley Bed Relaxer Bed Wedge Support Cushion can be used in two ways, upright or lying down. In the upright position, the Harley Bed Relaxer Bed Wedge Support Cushion is ideal for reading, eating and watching television. In the lying down position, it can be placed underneath a normal pillow for anyone who finds it uncomfortable to sleep lying flat. The latter positioning is especially helpful for those with respiratory conditions or suffering from a hiatus hernia for example.
The Harley Bed Relaxer Bed Wedge Support Cushion is supplied complete with a washable fleece cover for ease of use and is available in three colours: white, pink and blue.
The Harley Bed Relaxer Bed Wedge Support Cushion is 45cm x 56cm x 20 to 1 cm (width varies from 20cm to less than 1 cm due to the wedge shape).
The Putnams Bed Wedge can be used in three ways; place it under the head, under the feet or upright for sitting up.
Underneath the pillow, the Putnams Bed Wedge can be used to sleep in a raised comfortable position. In this position, this bed wedge is also ideal for sufferers of hiatus hernia and respiratory problems as well as acid reflux.
Alternatively, the Putnams Bed Wedge can be used as a back support in bed for reading, eating and watching television in comfort.
In the leg position the Putnams Bed Wedge provides relief from varicose veins, swollen ankles, phlebitis and oedema.
The Putnams Bed Wedge has the following dimensions: 76cm long; 61.5 cm wide; 15cm deep at its maximum sloping to 0cm deep due to the wedge shape.