Ergonomic desk chairs provide a range of adjustments thus minimising bad posture.
Non ergonomic desk chairs often encourage you to slump over your desk in a position leading to an incorrect posture.
- Height adjustment mechanisms ensure your feet sit completely flat on the floor
- Tilt mechanisms allow you to move the rear of the chair forwards or backwards
- Adjusting the armrests and adjusting the seat depth, customise the chair to suit your body and maintain a high standard of comfort.
- A proper lumbar support is adjustable to ensure proper posture
- Good seats are generally well padded to provide a cushioning effect
All of the above adjustments allow you to personalise your desk chair and position your body correctly.
Avoiding neck problems
Headrests are often a feature of ergonomic desk chairs. They help support your head reducing strain on your neck. As you adjust the height of your chair, for best comfort, your eyes should be level with your screen enabling a position where your head is straight.
Minimising pressure on hips
Certain chair models feature a tough seat without any cushioning. When seated for long periods of time on such a chair, undue pressure is placed on your hips. Everyday mobility may become affected. The right ergonomic chair generally has a seat that is well padded and in some cases moulded to ease the pressure on your hips thus enabling you to focus better.
An ergonomic chair for better efficiency at your workplace
Ergonomic seating ensures that you can adjust the chair to find your ideal posture. This will certainly help to be as focused as possible while performing your work duties.
We’d like to invite you to visit our showroom in Naxxar to talk to our experts for advice on how best to choose an ergonomic chair to suit your budget.