You know that feeling when you have been sitting all day, suddenly get up and every joint in your body seems to feel stiff and sore?
Sitting is becoming increasingly notorious as a killer of personal health, but for people like me, standing is not always an option.
I’m a writer and most of my workday is spent sitting in front of a computer, churning. I do yoga and make regular trips to the gym to keep my body healthy. Still, the sitting for hours at work seemed to keep me feeling achy and uncomfortable.
So I decided it was time to do something about it.
I recently purchased the Ergo Elite Chair. Making a simple switch in the place I sit has helped me to feel better, almost instantly. The Ergo Elite Chair has a variety of adjustments that can be made so that it conforms perfectly to each person’s individual bodily features. I have adjusted it so that the spots in my back that would hurt before now get the extra support they demand.
This chair also has a headrest. I used to get painful headaches after leaning forward too much and sitting with bad posture.
With this chair, my headaches have gotten quite a bit better! The headrest helps support my neck while I’m on the phone, leaned back or sitting upright. It also serves as a friendly reminder to maintain good posture.
If you are looking for a way to feel better behind your desk all day, let me suggest an ergonomic chair.
Kimberly Crossland is a writer who spends hours each day working behind a computer screen. To help her feel better at work, she has turned to ergonomic office furniture to give the support she needs. Here’s where you can get your own Ergo Elite Chair: www.thehumansolution.com
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