Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 01:32:39 AM. . By Malaysia Ness.
Make sure the office chair provides proper back support. Your back should be comfortably supported to maintain an erect posture. Make sure the chair can adjust to different posture positions. Review the tilt. A good office chair should accommodate a number of different tilt options to accommodate different seating positions throughout the day. Also, check to make sure the tilting tension can be adjusted. Tilting back in an office chair should be easy, but there should be some tension. You’ll need to adjust this based on your height, weight, and needs.
A quality heavy-duty office chair will feature a proper ergonomic design to help alleviate the added stress that is placed on the spine while sitting for a long time. Adjustable arm rests, and head, back, and lumbar support allow the user to maintain a proper sitting posture and avoid back injury. Many employers spare no expense when it comes to providing good office chairs for their employees. It is important to note that a comfortable employee is a more productive employee during the workday.
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