Requirements for Vintage Desk Chair

Apr 4th

Vintage Desk Chair – Because most office workers spend 8 to 10 hours on their desk chairs, it is important to use one that meets the standard ergonomic requirements for back health (not to mention general comfort). The following ergonomic requirements can help you select a desk chair that keeps your back healthy and where you can work comfortably for hours on end.

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The right chair should have an adjustable seat. For optimum ergonomic vintage desk chair effect, you should be able to sit with your feet flat on the floor and knees at a 90 degree angle.

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Before buying your next office chair, make sure your first choice contains “lumbar support” as one of its features. Why? Simply because medical experts believe that the main cause of pain and injury come from chairs that do not properly support a person’s back.

On the other hand, the backrest must have a function that allows you to adjust the inclination forward or backward of the chair. You should be able to place the chair to your comfort level and lock it in place, do not use vintage desk chairs that continue leaning back with pressure.

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Adjustable armrests – In addition to the adjustable height of the seat, the armrests of your desk chair should also be adjustable. You should be able to rest your elbows on the armrests while comfortably reaching the keyboard of your computer to write. Keeping your wrists at a natural angle can also help you prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, a painful condition that can cause pain, weakness and numbness in the wrists and hands. Severe carpal syndrome can keep you from working and may even require surgery.