Do Ergonomic Chairs Really Work?


  Did you work from home during the epidemic, and bought an ergonomic chair? Now, people start to be back to work. And the offices need some new chairs.

  Ergonomic chairs are full of styles, how to choose an ergonomic chair? And how to adjust the chair to suit your body? 

Do ergonomic chairs really work?

  Ergonomics specialists pointed out that the ergonomic chair has multiple adjustable settings that allow users to adjust their height, armrest, and headrest. Accordingly, adjustments help people’s bodies to sit correctly and comfortably in the office.

Do ergonomic chairs are helpful for back pain?

  Some people may think that using a good ergonomic chair can solve the problem of back pain. Specialists pointed out that the ergonomic chair is not the only solution. In fact, the soreness is caused by sitting in the office, mostly because people sit on a chair for a long time.

  If people maintain the same posture for a long time, it will cause pressure on their muscles, joints, and ligaments, and it also affects blood and lymph circulation. Although ergonomic chairs can provide support and comfort, changing the sitting posture regularly is more effective than just having an ergonomic chair.

What are the differences between an ergonomic chair and a gaming chair?

  The gaming chair is designed for people who play games. In general, ergonomic chairs can be adjusted more than gaming chairs. Some ergonomic chairs can adjust the depth of the seat, the height of the chair, the headrest, the armrest, etc. Depending on the style, some ergonomic chairs have better lumbar spine support and adjustable function than gaming chairs.

Correct sitting posture

*Bend your knees at 90 degrees, and let your feet be flat on the ground.

*Keep your upper body straight and make sure your back is supported by the back of the chair.

*Avoid hunching or arching your back.

*Bend your elbows at 90 degrees and lean comfortably on the desk or the armrests of the chair.

*Shoulders should not be shrugged upward when leaning forearms on the desk.

*Wrists are supported and relaxed while typing.

*The top of the computer screen should be at eye level.

  In any case, it is not beneficial to maintain the same posture for a long time. And it is recommended to stand up and walk around or change the posture every 30 minutes.

  In Weworth, we also provide customers with many different kinds of ergonomic chairs. If anything needs, welcome to contact us at any time.

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