We’ve got your back

Sitting for long periods of time poses a significant danger to our health and well-being.
It raises the risk of fatal heart problems, diabetes and cancer.

Terrifying health risks

Prolonged sitting can cause:
Spinal curvature and vertebrae misalignment
Studies prove it can cause depression
Fatigue caused by constricted blood flow
Musculoskeletal disorders including RSI and carpal tunnel
Strained muscles and ligaments
Shoulder pain
Back pain
Neck pain

Shocking statistics

473,000 workers suffered from work-related musculoskeletal disorders in 2022/23
6.6 million working days lost due to work-related musculoskeletal disorders in 2022/23
The main work factors cited as causing work-related musculoskeletal disorders
were manual handling, working in awkward or tiring positions, and keyboard or repetitive work
On average 13.9 working days were lost per case

The solution

Improve your sitting posture
Invest in an ergonomic chair designed for your individual needs.
Adjust your seat height to align your eyes with the top of the screen
To avoid prolonged sitting, sit/stand desks are perfect for the workplace
Your arm should form a 90 degree angle. Keep your wrists straight and fingers fixed
Take a break from your computer every 30 minutes!
Sit against the back rest (using additional lumbar support if required) to support the curve of your lower back
Your upper back should be supported and your shoulders relaxed

Like us, not all chairs are created equal. We need to make adjustments to ensure a chair supports our every need. A fully adjustable ergonomic chair has your back; offering support to prevent poor posture and improve your overall health and well-being.