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As you get older, it can get easier and easier to take a misstep that leads to a dangerous fall in the bathroom. It can also get more difficult to raise and lower yourself to the toilet and step in and out of the shower. Help prevent accidental falls that lead to potential injuries by shopping the selection of bathroom safety products from Easy Comforts. Some of these products include shower and tub grab bars, shower chairs, safety tub steps, non-slip bath mats, toilet chairs and raised toilet seats.

Shower Grab Bars and Stools

One of the most dangerous areas of the bathroom is the shower. It’s easier than you may think to step the wrong way or slip on a puddle of water and end up in a bad fall. One of the easiest ways to avoid this is to install some of our suction cup grab bars in your shower or tub. Choose one that attaches directly to the shower wall if you take more showers or opt for a handle that is installed on the edge of the tub if you prefer to take baths. You can also make the shower a bit safer and more comfortable by adding a convenient shower stool or chair. These shower chairs allow you to rest your legs while you wash and help you avoid nasty slips by minimizing the time that you’re on your feet.

Shower Mats and Safety Steps

If you do plan on standing in the shower, you’ll need to make sure that the shower floor has plenty of traction. Keep large pools of water from collecting in the tub by installing one of our rubber safety mats in your shower. These mats have a rough texture and suction cups for a non-slip grip under your feet. Another safety concern is a high tub wall that can be difficult to step over when you’re exiting the shower. Make the step a bit less of a stretch with one of our bath safety steps.

Toilet Accessories for Independent Living

Sitting on and rising from the toilet can be difficult and dangerous if you have bad joints or weak muscles. Make it a bit easier by installing one of our safety support handles or a full toilet chair in your bathroom. Another great option is to bring the toilet seat a bit closer to you by installing a raised handicap toilet seat or a toilet seat riser.