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We share how ergonomics solve sitting posture problems, then help you get the best chairs.


*Low back pain (LBP) is the most common and the most expensive cause of work-related disability in people under 45 years. In the USA, the total yearly cost of LBP exceeds 100 billion US dollars.

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Frequently asked questions

Ergonomics help maintain the alignment of the bones and joints so that muscles work properly and efficiently; decrease the stress on the soft tissues; prevent fatigue as muscles are used efficiently and that allows the body to use less energy; and prevent postural strain.

Ergonomic chairs provide excellent lumbar support as well as other adjustments that help fight off and prevent back pain. Once your body is sitting in its natural position, you would feel much better and comfortable. And as a result, your work performance increases as well.

Yes. Everyone can use ergonomic chairs, especially those who are spending hours sitting to work with computers.

If this is the first time you sit in an ergonomic chair, then yes. You should at least be able to make enough adjustments to support your back and posture. There are ways to make the most of your new ergonomic office chair while promoting good support for your frame.

By searching for the proper equipment, you can derive the various health benefits of ergonomic chairs, such as better blood circulation and fighting against mental and physical fatigue. A good health and comfort is conducive to a better workday.

There are also many other questions answered in the category Why Ergonomics.

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