Get a New Ergonomic Office Chair

Counter height office chair

Life in the office can be rough. Sure these are what some people call “first world problems,” but they can make going to work the worst part of your day, everyday. Maybe you’re the newest one in the office and they stuck you in the cubicle in the way back right next to the pipes with running water which makes you have to go to the bathroom every five seconds when it rains. You know, the cubicle that has the weird chair that no one else wanted because of the weird stains and the fact that none of the adjustable features work and the wheels don’t turn anymore? That one. In addition to your bleak surroundings, there’s been a growing pain in your lower back. It’s probably from the weird chair.
The best office chairs for lower back pain are going to have good ergonomics. Ergonomics is basically the science of making it easier for humans to work with and in their surroundings. Your chair is one of the best and probably easiest ways to do this. Chairs without good office ergonomics can cause more than just back pain. Not having one of the best office chairs for lower back pain means that you can look forward to neck and leg pain as well as muscle tension. Muscle tension and rigidity can also make you more prone to injury. The best chair for lower back pain will have a good lumbar support, which you can achieve by simply using a lumbar pillow insert.
There are plenty of chairs out there for you to choose from. Maybe you want a nice wood desk chair to give your cubicle a warm and rustic feel. Maybe you’d prefer an executive leather office chair to look distinguished and command respect. Whatever you’re looking for in a chair, you can find it. Just make sure its an ergonomic chair, for the sake of your back.

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