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seat & health

We sit in statical positions and we frequently face annoying neck or back aches,or ophthalmic and digestion problems....

 

We remain seated for more than 75000 hours during our working life.
We sit in statical positions and we frequently face annoying neck or back aches,or ophthalmic and digestion problems.

Following some precautions, a correct dynamic-ergonomic seat can be an important prevention for these pathologies, for muscular tensions, cervical and back aches, with an improvement of intellectual performances.

A Correct Posture = Prevention becomes reality
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1. Adjust seat height so that feet adhere to the floor. Bend knees at right angles. Avoid dangling legs, if needed use an adjustable footrest.

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2. Fully occupy the anatomical seat using if necessary the mechanism of anterior translation.

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3. Adjust backrest angle, making trunk adhere to the backrest as much as possible. Seat upright, avoiding curved postures.

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4. Adjust lumbar support, so that the lumbar zone supports the back in the belt zone or the hollow part of vertebral column.

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5. Adjust backrest tension according to user's weight up to an optimal resistance in any dynamic and synchronized tilting position.

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6. Adjust anatomical armrest according to personal need. Put arms horizontally on writing-desk surface.

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7. Change frequently position, maintaining good adherence with the backrest.

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8. Periodically stand up to relax back, neck muscles and shoulders.

 

The Ideal Posture and Computer
The Ideal Posture and Computer
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