By Adel Lang. ergonomic chairs. Published at Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 - 21:12:26 PM.
Any of us who have spent days in front of the computer know the search for a good reclining ergonomic chair. Having the wrong chair means a steadily increasing array of body pains, with sore necks and backs the most common complaints.
Ergonomics is the scientific study of getting the most productivity while maintaining adequate health and safety protocols from a work space. This discipline is used in the design of office furniture such as computer desks and office chairs in an attempt to make them as efficient as possible.
When an individual is seated in the chair, the ”line” that extends from the middle of their hips to the line of their knees should be perfectly straight. Furthermore, the measurements of the chair should adequately support the curve of one’s spine. The armrests of the chair should reach to slightly lower than one’s elbow.
Ergonomic chairs, in general, are designed to accommodate individuals of all shapes, sizes, and heights. However, people who are of smaller stature may require ergonomic chairs for short people. Even an ergonomic chair for home is designed to alleviate the aches and pains that accompany maintaining one position for extended periods of time. However, the chair only becomes ergonomic if it correctly suits a person’s size, their workstation, and the tasks that must be performed there. The search to find the correct chair may be somewhat difficult, but it is not impossible by any means.
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