Are you spending most of your time sitting on a chair while working every day, if yes then you need a good ergonomic office chair? The conventional office chairs are not designed according to the sitting posture of the human body and because of sitting 8-9 hours daily on conventional chairs the office staff started facing most of the sitting posture problem like back pain, neck pain, spinal injuries, shoulder pain and many more, due to these health-related problems the ergonomic chairs come in the tradition these chairs were designed with all the healthy feature which an office chair has.
Features of an ergonomic office chair: basically there are five types of ergonomic chairs
- Executive chairs
- Mesh chairs
- Visitor chairs
- Workstation chairs
- Public sitting/waiting chair
The features of an ergonomic chair are given below
Seat Height: The ideal seat tallness ought to enable you to put your feet level on the floor, which is the reason for picking a seat with a movable seat stature is basic since everybody is unique. In addition, with most work areas staying at a fixed stature, it is significant that the seat tallness can be adjusted. A seat stature that extends from 16 to 21 creeps off the floor should work for the vast majority.
Backrest: This alludes to the help given to your lower back, and is a basic element of an ergonomic seat. Ergonomic seats bolster the common ‘S’ state of the spine, which forestalls drooping and decreases weight on the spine and the pelvis. A flexible backrest enables clients to adjust the bend in the seat to the bend in their spine, for ideal help.
Seat Width And Depth: The seat ought to have enough width and profundity to help any client serenely. Normally 17-20 inches wide is the standard. The profundity (from front to back of the seat) should be sufficient so the client can sit with their back against the backrest of the ergonomic office seat while leaving roughly 2 to 4 creeps between the rear of the knees and the seat of the seat. The advance or in reverse tilt of the seat ought to be flexible.
Lumbar Support: Lower back help in an ergonomic seat is significant. The lumbar spine has an internal bend, and sitting for extensive stretches without help for this bend will in general lead to slumping (which smoothes the common bend) and strains the structures in the lower spine. An ergonomic seat ought to have a lumbar change (both tallness and profundity) so every client can get the best possible fit to help the internal bend of the lower back
Benefits Of An Ergonomic Chair
Reduce pain: ergonomic chairs are designed to fit any kind of people according to their body structure, that’s why it reduces the pain.
Improve productivity: when your employee will not feel pain and will work comfortably then, of course, he will give his 100% in work and the productivity will improve automatically.
Maintain the health of the employee: the most important benefit is as we know that ergonomic chairs are designed according to the human body posture so the employee will feel fresh and healthy while working all-day. Your employee should not just be physically fit but also mentally.