Grab Bars / July 22, 2018 / Daria Lori
Grab bars are bars that you install in your shower or bathroom to help you move around. You can find them readily in handicapped bathroom stalls or in clinics and hospitals. There are several advantages of getting a few of these installed in your home. For one it will help you safely move around your bathroom as getting in and out of the shower can sometimes be a hassle. If you have weak knees they will take some of the pressure off of rising from the commode. If you simply need something to lean on these grab bars will provide just that and best of all they can go just about anywhere where there is a wall to hang them on. As a body gets older it starts to slow down and move a little differently.
Placed in your bathtub or shower these bars can provide help for seniors by giving extra stability for those initial slippery steps when accidents are most likely to occur. When strategically positioned dangerous falls can be prevented and quite honestly who doesnt want that type of added security? Another great benefit to having these devices is that they are safe to use and generally very easy to install. Grab bars can be made of plastic aluminum or stainless steel and come in a variety of colors shapes and sizes to fit your personal or individual needs. How many will I need? Research suggests that you should install at least two to fully support your weight. However more can be installed if desired. To make sure you are fully protected and you are optimizing your home health products for safety purchase bars that will support the weight of at least 250 lbs.
With so little safety in the world it can be a daunting task to do anything even something as simple as getting in and out of your bathtub. Who wants to slip and fall? You dont have to because there are things called grab bars. Grab bars are exactly what they sound like and attach to your shower or anywhere in your bathroom that you might need some help getting up. They come in a variety of colors and a plethora of styles so that you can find something to fit your needs. Grab bars can come in many sizes. From twelve inches to as long as three to six feet these things are so handy when you are trying to get out of the bathtub. If you dont need them in your tub mounting them to the wall next to the toilet or sink can help you rise from anywhere in the restroom.