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High quality riser recliner chairs at factory direct prices!

Welcome to the Recliner Factory, the home of British made, high quality riser recliner chairs. At the Recliner Factory you buy direct – we manufacture our own chairs and we don’t have shops or dealers so we keep our costs down, meaning you can enjoy all the benefits of luxury, hand-crafted chair at factory direct prices.


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Electric recliner chairs

Our motorised electric recliner chairs will lift you to your feet slowly and evenly using the simple to operate electric cabled handset, and unlike cheap, sub-standard imports, they are built to last and meet or exceed all current safety standards. Our range of electric recliner chairs have been beautifully hand crafted by our finest British craftsmen with care and attention to every last detail.

Unbelievably comfortable and softly supportive for day-long use, the choice of sitting and reclining positions can offer temporary positional relief from many ailments including back ache, aching joints and arthritic pain making spending time in your chair a pleasure for those with mobility problems. Add in a two year guarantee, a wide selection of models and a vast selection of colours and fabrics, and we think you’ll agree that our electric recliner chairs are exceptionally good value.

Call us today for more information or to arrange a free home demonstration on 0800 988 2898 and find out how dealing direct means a great deal!

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A one day sale is great but a five day sale is so much better! Starting on Thursday 26th November 2015 and ending on Monday 30th November 2015, we are offering our valued customers an amazing 50% OFF* all riser recliners in our 5 DAY SALE SPECTACULAR! PLUS! For a limited time only you can also get a further discount of over 65% on your second item!** Be it a riser recliner, matching sofa, adjustable bed or fireside chair be sure to take advantage of this amazing offer. This is a limited offer, which must end at midnight on Monday 30th November. For further information on the offers available in the Recliner Factory Black Friday Sale please click here. Cannot be used in conjunction with each other or any other offer, supersedes any previous offers. Optional extras charged as per retail price list. Limited offer- must end 30/11/15. *Half price available on powered riser recliner and adjustable beds only, excludes basic models. **66% discount applies to second purchased item only. Limited offer first come first serve....

5 amazing foods that will help relieve your joint pain

More than half of British adults suffer from muscle, bone or joint pain. Although there is no diet cure for arthritis and joint pain, adding these suggested foods to your balanced diet may help ease your symptoms:  Fruit Fruit contains antioxidants, which help to reduce inflammation, consequently helping with joint pain. Best known fruits for managing joint pain include: blueberries, strawberries, cherries, apples and rhubarb. Cauliflower  Some love it, some hate it but cauliflower contains inflammatory nutrients such as Omega 3 fatty acids, selenium and vitamin K which helps to prevent inflammation and relieve joint pain. Ginger Throughout history, ginger has been a valued medicinal plant. Ginger is known for suppressing leukotrienes (inflammatory molecules) and switch off certain inflammatory genes, potentially making it more effective than conventional pain relievers at treating rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammation of the joints. Olive and Avocado Oil Studies have shown that 3 ½ tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil equates to 200 mg of ibuprofen. Avocado oil can also eliminate joint pain naturally, as it contains vitamin-E and good fats that protect cells from oxidation which can lead to joint pain. Turmeric Turmeric is loaded with antioxidants, which makes it a perfect remedy for joint pain, as proven by many studies. It is especially efficient in relieving morning stiffness and joint swelling. 1,200 mg of turmeric has the same effect as 300 ml of phenylbutazone, when it comes to treating arthritis.  ...

Could you be experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that people experience in a seasonal pattern. SAD is sometimes known as “winter depression” because the symptoms are more apparent and tend to be more severe during the winter. Whilst many people feel happy when the sun comes out and enjoy sleeping longer in the winter, the change in seasons has a much more significant effect on your mood and energy levels which can interfere with day-to-day life. Symptoms Symptoms of SAD can include: a persistent low mood a loss of pleasure or interest in normal everyday activities irritability feelings of despair, guilt and worthlessness feeling lethargic (lacking in energy) and sleepy during the day sleeping for longer than normal and finding it hard to get up in the morning craving carbohydrates and gaining weight Causes The exact cause of SAD isn’t fully understood, but it’s often linked to reduced exposure to sunlight during the shorter autumn and winter days. The main theory is that a lack of sunlight might stop a part of the brain called the hypothalamus working properly, which may affect the: production of melatonin – melatonin is a hormone that makes you feel sleepy; in people with SAD, the body may produce it in higher than normal levels production of serotonin – serotonin is a hormone that affects your mood, appetite and sleep; a lack of sunlight may lead to lower serotonin levels, which is linked to feelings of depression body’s internal clock (circadian rhythm) –your body uses sunlight to time various important functions, such as when you wake up, so lower light levels during the winter may disrupt your body clock and lead to symptoms of SAD It’s also possible that...

How to stay healthy throughout the winter

Research highlights that there is a general lack of awareness of the effects that cold weather can have on an older person’s health. Studies have shown that cold weather causes a massive increase in associated health problems including heart attacks, strokes, pneumonia, depression, worsening arthritis and increased accidents at home (associated with loss of strength and dexterity in the hands). Look after your mind and body this Autumn and Winter with these top tips: Eat well Hot meals and drinks help to keep you warm, so eat at least one hot meal each day and have hot drinks throughout the day. Having a hot drink before bed and keeping one in a flask by your bedside is also recommended. Include a good range of foods in your diet and aim for five portions of fruit and vegetables each day so that you’re getting plenty of nutrients and vitamins. Keep warm Cold homes have a significant impact on people’s health. One of the best ways of keeping yourself well during winter is to stay warm. This will help to prevent colds, flu or more serious health conditions such as heart attacks, strokes and depression. Have your flu jab If you are over 65, the Government recommends that you have a seasonal flu jab every year. Flu is not only unpleasant; it can also develop into pneumonia, which can be serious. Your jab will be free if: you’re 65 or over you receive Carer’s Allowance or are the carer for a person whose welfare will be at risk if you fall ill you have a condition such as diabetes, a chronic heart, lung, kidney or liver problem, Parkinson’s, or if you...

We’ve extended our product range!

Here at The Recliner Factory, we are very excited to announce the launch of not one, not two but THREE luxury new riser recliner chairs!        The Ferrara The luxurious three-tier upholstered back of The Ferrara is beautifully styled, complimenting any living room. Its curved arms offer the ultimate in comfort and relaxation. There are a number of lovely fabrics to chose from for The Ferrara and it comes available with a stylish lumber cushion.   The Pescara The brand new Pescara Recliner has a stylish and contemporary design and is upholstered in a wide range of fabrics. With its slim look design, The Pescara would make a wonderful addition to your living room.     Porta Chair  This portable riser recliner has been specifically designed to aid carers and make transport through the home easier – even where there is no power source as the Porta Chair can also operate on a rechargeable battery. Built with the well-being of both the user and carer in mind.     For further information on these exciting new additions, call us on 0800 988...

Back to basics: Relieving back pain

Most people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Treatment for back pain varies depending on how long you have had the pain, how severe the pain is, and your individual needs and preferences. By following these helpful tips, some simple changes can make a huge impact on your day-to-day comfort: 1. Keep moving People who remain active are more likely to recover from back pain quicker. Although this may be difficult at first if the pain is severe, try to move around as soon as you can and aim to do a little more each day. Activity can range from walking around the house to walking to the shops.  2. Painkillers Paracetamol is often one of the first medications recommended for back pain,  although some people find non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such  as ibuprofen, more effective. A stronger painkiller, such as codeine, is also an  option.   3. Correct your posture Good posture is essential in avoiding the distressing pain or discomfort caused by back problems. A riser recliner can ensure you are correctly supported along all points of your body. The Recliner Factory’s riser recliner range distributes your weight evenly so that there is less pressure on your back, joints and muscles.  The ability to adjust your sitting position will also help to prevent stiffness and gives you the independence to stand easily which will counter the temptation to remain seated for long periods of time. 4. Hot and cold treatments Some people find that heat – for example, a hot bath or a hot water bottle placed on the affected area helps ease the pain. Cold treatments, such as an ice pack or a bag of...

Queen Elizabeth II becomes longest-reigning UK monarch

 Queen Elizabeth II becomes Britain’s longest-reigning  monarch later today when she passes the record set by her  great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria came to the throne aged 18 and died in 1901  when she was 81. Today, the Queen will have reigned for 63  years and seven months – calculated at 23,226 days, 16 hours  and approximately 30 minutes at about 17:30 BST. (Source) Celebrations will be held throughout the day with church bells ringing out across the country and business in the House of Commons will be postponed for half an hour so MPs can pay tribute to the Queen. In turn, Her Majesty is expected to make a brief reference to her achievement in surpassing her great-great grandmother Queen Victoria when she opens a new railway in the Scottish Borders. Congratulations to our patron HRH Queen Elizabeth II on becoming the longest serving monarch in British...

We’ve gone social!

The Recliner Factory are keen to keep you up to date with the  latest news and offers so we’ve expanded our social media  pages! You can now connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+  aswell as YouTube. Follow our pages and let us know what you think by liking or  following us! We’re also looking for content from yourself – if  you have anything you would like to share with us, please  email Kim at...

Adapting your home for old age

A fifth of people aged 60-69 have made adaptations to their home in preparation for older age, a new survey by Age UK Trading reveals. These ‘future-proofers’ are planning ahead in order to maintain their independence, with one in 10 saying that wanting to manage on their own was the reason for carrying out the work. Here are some examples of adaptations you may want to consider… Make you bathroom easier to use Loss of mobility and balance can make it increasingly difficult to wash and bathe. Installing a bath lift will mean you don’t have to worry about having to climb over the side of a bath to get in and out. Bathlifts enable full depth bathing without the need for expensive alterations to your bathroom. Move essential facilities downstairs If you have difficulty with stairs, it’s a good idea to think about having all your essential facilities (such as your toilet/bathroom/bedroom) on one floor Get a riser recliner Riser Recliners can provide positional relief from back ache, arthritic pain and aching joints.   If you find getting out of a chair a bit of a struggle a recliner can help lower you to seating position and elevate you to a near standing position, maintaining your independence for longer. Remove fall hazards Avoid clutter and loose mats and rugs which could act as trip hazards. If you have difficulty moving around or use a wheelchair, rearranging furniture so that there are clear paths between rooms can make it easier and safer to move around. Upgrade your bed A good night’s sleep is vital to our health and well being. Adjustable...

The Importance of Exercise

Being active can play an important part in both positive ageing and reducing frailty, helping to reduce the risk of falls. Regular exercise can maintain your health, well-being, independence and social participation. As people get older, our muscles deteriorate as a natural part of ageing. Weakened muscles are not as strong to cope with everyday tasks such as getting up from a chair or walking, and our balance can be affected. Being active throughout life and especially in older age can help to slow down the rate that muscles deteriorate. This can help older people remain active and independent as long as possible and also reduce the risk of falls in later life. Regular exercise is also good for easing the pain and swelling arthritis causes – so is massage. Before you start Speak to your doctor first if you are not used to taking physical exercise. Then: Start gently (don’t overdo it) Build up slowly Don’t try to do more than you feel comfortable with. For older people who are reasonably healthy and active or whose function has only slightly declined, lots of different activities can help you to remain strong for as long as possible. Good examples of these activities include walking, nordic walking, bowling, zumba, tai chi plus much more! After you’ve exercised Remember to cool down after participating in exercise to avoid muscle strain. And finally why not sit back, put your feet up and relax with a Recliner Factory riser recliner. For more information on staying fit and healthy visit...
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