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Optimizing Your Workspace to help you work with Ergonomic Saddle Chairs | Sit Healthier

Optimizing Your Workspace to help you work with Ergonomic Saddle Chairs

The dictionary defines ergonomics as designing and arranging things so that people can interact safely and efficiently.


Imagine that while sitting on the couch to work, you felt pain on your neck/ back. Due to the pain you forget about the task because you want to be rid of the pain.


Working on your couch might look good but after some days, you might be fighting back pain, leg pain or even neck pain. Be mindful of your workspace when working remotely, your body will thank you.


An ergonomic workspace protects your body from injury so you can focus on your task and be more efficient.


Putting together an ergonomic workspace at home will depend on you. Remember, you need to maintain your natural spine. A natural spine is not perfectly straight, it is naturally curved in shape.


A healthy back posture is S in shape. 

Optimizing Your Workspace to help you work with Ergonomic Saddle Chairs | Sit Healthier

Whether sitting or standing you should maintain an S-shape at all times. It is easy to keep a neutral spine position.

Start with Your “Chair”
Using an Ergonomic Saddle Chair makes it easy to work remotely. However people are still using dining room Chairs, foldable Chairs, and it is causing a lot of posture problems.

Get the Right Height
Keep your keyboard and mouse at Elbow height when seating. When sitting on your chair, keep your arms comfortably beside you, with your elbows bent, hold your arms out as if you are typing. This is the right posture to keep at your workspace.

Ergonomic Saddle Chairs allow you to adjust the height of the Seat. If you don’t have an Ergonomic Saddle Chair or are improvising a Chair, you need to get one.

If you’ve got an Ergonomic Saddle Chair, that’s great. Your workspace is on point. But, just because you have an Ergonomic Saddle chair, that doesn’t mean it’s adjusted correctly.

– Support Your Spine
No matter what kind of chair you use, you want something that will support your spine’s natural S-shape. To do that, you need to sit properly. So, start by getting an Ergonomic Saddle Chair so you can work at your optimum best.

As you sit in the chair, your feet should be flat on the floor. Make sure you’re sitting evenly on your bottom and not sitting on only one side. Your thighs should be parallel to the floor and your knees should be at the same height with your hips.

An Ergonomic Saddle Chair comes with a lower back support that encourages your spine’s natural curves. Your kitchen chair probably does not. Of course, your standard kitchen chair isn’t adjustable.

And if you can’t get your hands on an Ergonomic Saddle Chair, don’t worry. You have come to the right place. There are plenty of bespoke Ergonomic saddle chairs to choose from at Sit Healthier. Check our Chair Collections today.

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