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How To Choose An Ergonomic Chair


  • Look for adjustable seat and back angle height and depth in order to conform to your torso.
  • Chairs with more adjustments have a higher likelihood of providing the settings you need most.

  • Adjustable arms are an important feature because everyone's arms are different lengths and fall at their sides in relation to the torso differently.
  • Your arms should be able to rest parallel to the floor without putting undue pressure on your wrists and elbows.
  • You will notice a substantial difference in your comfort level.

  • Try a chair with a high back and a padded head rest. This will provide more support to the upper back, shoulders and neck reducing the possibility of back and neck pain.

  • Ergonomic chairs will have specific weight limits so choose a chair that offers the correct support for your body weight.
  • Choosing a chair that is not designed to support your weight could cancel out all the positive features of the chair.

Try before you buy. Test the comfort of a chair for yourself. By running through the adjustable seat positions and other features to get an idea of what the product offers.

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