Did you know that today is Moon Day? Today we commemorate the one step for man, giant leap for mankind that happened on this date in 1969. Many people remember that time fondly, when it seemed we could do anything if we believed ourselves and set our minds to it.
The fact is, many great discoveries and inventions have come out of our space programs over the years. One example of something that has gained in popularity is the increase in seats and chairs that mimic the astronaut’s seating position when going into space. Lying back in a reclined position with the legs at heart level has come to be known as “zero gravity” seating. While this is somewhat of a misnomer, since gravity is of course still all around you, such a seating position is in fact more comfortable with a more evenly distributed weight. It also helps increase healthy circulation and blood flow, especially for those with disabilities that cause them to sit for long periods of time.
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With the BackMax Body Wedge Cushion, you can turn just about any area of your home into a zero gravity recliner. The BackMax Body Wedge Cushion is a three-piece multi-functional wedge system that folds and can be separated or attached for a great variety of seating or lying positions. Is your couch or sofa uncomfortable to lie on for relaxing around the house? Simply plop the BackMax Body Wedge Cushion and relax for as long as you wish at a position that is healthiest for heart, body and nervous system.
Watch the video above to see the many different creative uses people have thought of for this product. Use it on the couch, floor or bed. Take it with you for your next hotel stay, or bring it when you have to stay with a loved one who is in the hospital.
A bigger BackMax
Alternatively, you can order the BackMax Plus Wedge Positioning System. This one is different from the original in that it is much wider and comes with a neck roll for added support.
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