March 23, 2017

Why You Need to Have an Office Chair With Lumbar Support

Category: General – Sarah – 1:15 pm

There are many people out there who sit on chairs that are not only uncomfortable but they are painfully damaging their spinal cord, or lumbar to be more specific, as well. In order to prevent that from happening, you need to buy an office chair with lumbar support.

Here’s Why:
We may ignore this in our daily life and find it insignificant to spend on a specific purpose-built chair. But here are a few reasons why you should reconsider these thoughts:

1. Sitting on normal chairs for long hours causes your whole upper body weight to weigh down to your spine and lower back. This results in the body pushing your spine curved outward, pressurizing to rotate your pelvis. This can cause lumbago.
2. Sitting on regular chairs mostly tend to tip the pelvis backward due to their uneasy angle. This once again results in a poor spine-shape which can even lead to a slipped disc.
3. Lumbar support chairs help relieve the lifting muscles around the regularlystrained lower back which eases your lower body you will feel less stressed. This helps you focus better at your job and keeps your body in a relatively less pressurized state.

If you think you are not always stressed out and your lower back does not hurt that much, chances are that your body is adapting to your new posture and for the time being, you do not feel as much pain. However, this continuous pressure resulting in the change of shape of your lumbar can lead to horrible permanent disabilities in your body. Once the age grows older, it is harder to recover from such damages. Think of it as a future investment in not just the chair but your spine.

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