5 Reasons Why You Need an Ergonomic Chair: Invest in yourself

5 Reasons Why You Need an Ergonomic Chair: Invest in yourself

No more bad sitting habits or enduring extreme back and neck pain while sitting at your desk—it’s time to invest in yourself and preserve your physical and mental wellbeing. No more distractions and roadblocks that are keeping you from your full potential, besides using outdated and unsafe office furniture is so 2020…



Support Proper Posture or They’ve Got Your Back

The most crucial thing to consider when sitting at a desk every day, for hours at a time, is your posture. Using outdated and unsafe furniture will cause you extreme soreness, discomfort, and a constant need for readjustment. Ergonomic office chairs are not only specifically designed for correct posture alignment, but also reduce other stress and tensions throughout your body. They ensure your health and well-being are put first and allow you to achieve all your goals without sacrificing your back. Given the amount of time we spend sitting and working at our desks, now more than ever, it is extremely important that we prevent any disorders by investing in ergonomic solutions.

Reduces Bodily Pains

By supporting the correct posture, ergonomic chairs have been scientifically proven to drastically reduce lower back and neck pains. Our chair specifically provides adjustable lumbar support and minimizes stresses on your lower back through its height and firmness. They also provide suitable seating depth, keeping joints at the right angles and reducing hip and pelvic pressures. By keeping your body posture aligned and your back supported, any soreness or discomfort you previously were experiencing will be drastically reduced and you’ll be wishing you invested in ergonomics sooner.

Boosts Productivity

Enhanced comfort due to less stress, plus increased focus equals boosted productivity levels. An equation is otherwise impossible to solve without the significant benefits of ergonomic chairs. Being user-friendly and keeping your needs in mind, offers comfort like no other. Sitting properly at a 90-degree angle also improves your blood circulation and because of boosted comfort levels, there are fewer distractions and discomforts preventing you from getting your work done efficiently. Individuals who switch to ergonomic furniture instantly notice an improvement in mood, effectiveness, and energy levels, resulting in enhanced high quality productivity. Once again highlighting that way in which you work is directly affected by the conditions in which you work.


Adjustability: Perfect for Everyone

With the same goal in mind, each of our bodies has different needs and won’t fit a “one size fits all” model. Your office chair requires flexibility and specifications to ensure your body is at the right height, depth, and posture. Offering an adjustable arms, headrest, chair height and back recline, are only some of the key features of our chairs to ensure your comfort. Having these options allows for better control, and the customized settings contribute to the perfect ‘fit’ for your wellbeing. These chairs are designed to accommodate everyone with their enhanced features and adjustability—letting everyone feel good in their own way.

Long-term Use

The future of furniture is ergonomic— caring for your physical and mental health will never go out of style. By investing in a chair that supports all of your movements and productivity, you can be confident that you will not be making any recurrent purchases. Living a healthier lifestyle, shifting towards ergonomic furniture, will be a game-changer. The way you approach your work habits will completely change, and your mindset will have a long-lasting positive effect from the increased productivity. You’ll find that fewer body aches, soreness, distractions, and higher quality of work can all be attributed to your new work setup. An ergonomically designed chair is a long-term solution for many in bettering their wellbeing and work-life, and it could be for you too.

Given all the convincing points on ergonomic chairs, the key takeaway from this article is that your furniture should be working for and with you, not against you, and a good place to start is investing in yourself.

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Lily Cooper

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Lily is a Rotman Commerce student at the University of Toronto, and is the Creative Content Writer at Risedesk. Pursuing minors in English and Economics, Lily is also the Film and TV Representative at RCEM, and has a passion for journalism, literature, and entertainment.