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A 2021 ergonomics research study by the University of Cincinnati found that most home office workstations are incorrectly set up. According to the study, 69% of people don't lean on the back support of their chairs and 73% used chairs without lumbar support.LEARN MORE
As the head tilts forward to 60 degrees, the forces seen by the neck surge to 60 pounds. Over time, these stresses may lead to early wear, tear, degeneration and possible surgeries.LEARN MORE
Reclined postures result in a larger lumber curvature. It also pumps nutrients into the intervertebral discs and reduces the load on the lumbar spine and paraspinal musculature. This transfers the upper body weight to the chair, which reduces forces on the lower back by as much as 25 percent.LEARN MORE
Movement and off-loading of the spine transfers the support of the upper body to new muscles. Therefore, this allows the strained ones to relax and recuperate, while hydrating discs distribute nutrients to the spine.LEARN MORE
Movement and off-loading of the spine transfers the support of the upper body to new muscles allowing the strained ones to relax and recuperate while hydrating discs and distributing nutrients to the spine.LEARN MORE