There is a wide variety of executive ergonomic chairs to choose from. One of the most popular type is the executive ergonomic mesh office chair. This is a great choice because the mesh is much softer and easier on the body when it comes to spending the hours you will spend in this chair. Some of the ergonomic chair features that make this office chair so popular are the lumbar support and the contour seat. Also available is the synchronized tilt which makes putting your back in a comfortable position much easier.
If you are like me who spends a major part of life working on desk, then I suggest doing a little shopping for an ergonomic desk chair. You might argue that you already have a desk chair, so what’s all this ”ergonomics”? Think about your poor back and neck. When you sit for hours together on our desk chair, you give a tough time to your back. This results in backaches and stiff back.
Armrests alleviate pressure on the back but can interfere with some lower desks. Tilt adjustments are preferred by most people to allow for a forward working or reclined posture. Almost all ergonomic task chairs come with a hydraulic seat height adjustment, which is probably the single most important adjustment mechanism on the chair. Three or four of your fingers should fit between the seat pan’s front edge and the back of the knees. The seat should always extend at least one inch from either side of the hips for optimum comfort because insufficient hip room can make you sit too far forward and not get enough support for the thighs. Adequate lumbar support is the most crucial element of the backrest.
Choosing The Best Ergonomic Desk Chair. While you shop for the ”perfect” ergonomic desk chair, here are certain things to keep in mind: Back support: The height of the ergonomic chair is adjusted in such a manner that it provides support to your lower back. Look for desk chair that offers support to your mid and upper part of your back too. Almost all the desk chairs are equipped with a tilt mechanism to cater to this need.
Besides all of the health and wealth benefits of the new ergonomic products they tend to be a lot of fun. Often times they change the way you traditionally do a task. Learning a new way can be challenging but a fun process. Co-workers may laugh at your struggle but trust me after a few days of your new chair or keyboard. One by one they will come up and ask you where you purchased it and then in no time the entire office is ergonomic.