We spend almost half of our lives working. Whether we’re closing a deal, nurturing a lead or meeting with the team, we don’t always think about how we are sitting or even how long we remain in one position.
If you are one of those A-type people who doesn’t stop until the cleaning staff turns on the vacuum, you might not even realize the damage you are doing until it’s too late. You’ll rise from your chair at quitting time and wince in pain (the cost of doing business, you’ll say), but over time, your back pain might become an even bigger problem – one that affects the enjoyment of what you do as much as it does the quality of your work and your ability to perform.
Healthy office furniture provides a range of benefits:
Poorly designed office furniture can cause undue harm, while ergonomic office furniture can support good health and prevent injury. It’s just a bonus that it also boosts productivity. When you feel great, you get more accomplished.