We spend long hours while sitting on chairs in our offices or at home. On an average, a person spends 7,709 days of their lives sitting. This is enough to gauge the importance of a good chair as a wrong pick can lead to poor blood circulation, decreased concentration, etc.
This is why organisations and individuals are opting for ergonomic furniture which is known for solving many health problems and relieving stress among employees, says Fursys (a South Korean Company), which in collaboration with Indo Innovations – being headed by Ashish Aggarwal – provides the highest quality and functionality of office furniture with modern design and innovative technology.
Sitting In Chair For Long: Here are some solutions that can make a difference
1. Mesh Chairs
The most known fallacy regarding chairs is that if you have one with a robust support, then that would be enough to keep your back posture straight and not bent. However, if at all you do wish to update your chairs, what are the three major parts of it that you need to keep in mind?
These include: a robust and strong lumbar support (this helps in height and depth adjustment), a carefully created waterfall seat and rollerblade style casters for permanence. This allows for your back to remain straight in a comfortable posture. While also making sure that you have space to shift to positions of your choice during the course of the day.
2. Height Adjustable Desk
What’s important to remember is that barriers that decrease employee productivity in offices or for those who work in virtual offices can be a huge problem. Consider this, during your lunch break you almost always tend to go for a walk; even if it’s just to stretch your legs. Similarly, a desk converter allows you to seamlessly shift between standing and sitting. By standing during work, health issues related to sitting for long hours can be overcome.
3. Flexible Lounge Seating
Although it’s important to have an ergonomically sound chair, it’s equally important to have a Lounge seating on which you can relax your body. Strong and designer seating can allow the back to remain straight while applying minimum pressure on stress points across your body. This allows your body’s muscles to relax and recuperate.