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Make your bedroom a safe and convenient place of rest with our wide selection of Bedroom Safety products. Need help getting in or out of bed? Get a safety bed rail. Are you or a loved one confined to a bed? Do more with a helpful overbed table. Do you suffer from neck, back or leg pain at night? We offer a variety of medical pillows and bed wedges to help you out. Trouble with bedsores? Use our pressure prevention products to allow old sores to heal and keep new ones from forming.

Whatever your medical needs, we have the Bedroom products for you.

The Best Products for Bed Safety

Bedroom safety involves creating a comfortable and relaxing sleep environment, while preventing the risks for falls, bed sores, and body aches. Medical conditions and limited strength or mobility can make every day activities, such as getting in and out of bed, difficult.

For individuals who suffer from physical impairments or sleep issues, lighting up the room with a nightlight, using a bed alert, and making sure that the room is clutter-free are simple changes that can aid in fall prevention. For an even safer and better night’s sleep, use bed safety products, like bed rails and lumbar cushions, to help provide a sense of security, while maintaining user independence. Turn the bedroom into a safe haven with these bed safety tips:

  1. Install bed rails to prevent falls and assist in getting in and out of bed.

    Bed falls can lead to head injuries, hip fractures, dislocations, bruises, and even death. This bed safety handle simply slides underneath the mattress with no tool assembly required. Lightweight and portable, the Home Bed Assist Handle is made from all steel and has a foam handle to ensure a firm grip.

  2. Airone Alternating Adjustable Pressure Pad
  3. Prevent bed sores with a pressure relief pad.

    An alternating pressure mattress, such as the Medline Airone, helps redistribute pressure on the body by using air pockets that alternately fill and empty. Memory foam mattresses and decubitus pads, made of soft, sheepskin-like material, also aid in pressure sore prevention, ideal for those who spend a lot of time in bed.

  4. Align your body with a bed wedge or cushion.

    Designed to elevate the upper body, legs, or feet, bed wedges relieve muscle and joint pain, in addition to promoting proper breathing. The Briggs Foam Bed Wedge features a gradual slope that offers sleep comfort, spinal support, and better circulation. It even comes with a removable cover for easy washing.

  5. Use an overbed table to keep items within reach.

    Overbed tables provide a stable surface for writing or eating, while in the comforts of a home bed, hospital bed, or wheelchair. Some over the bed tables, like the Invacare Tilt-Top Overbed Table, have a tilt feature that allows users to angle the tabletop while reading a book or newspaper.

  6. Make transfers easier with a trapeze bar.

    Mounted on the bed, ceiling, or a separate base, a bed trapeze features a triangular handle that users can firmly grip onto when transferring to a wheelchair or repositioning in bed. This bed-mounted trapeze bar from Graham-Field features a black handle that's sure to fit any bedroom's decor.