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The right office chair is a vital factor for ergonomic and healthy work at the desk. With different armrests, lumbar supports for the lower back, neck supports or adjustable seat inclination, the office chairs ensure the optimum sitting position. With office chairs from DENIOS Ireland, you can choose from numerous model variants, ergonomic features and office chair functions.
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Customised comfort: Ergonomic office chairs from DENIOS Ireland
Forget your boss, your colleagues or the barista who makes your morning coffee: you’ve got one truly important ally at work – and that’s your desk chair. For those of us in desk-based roles, finding the right chair is the best way to safeguard our health and wellbeing in the workplace. Ergonomic seating created to protect you from long-term aches and pains helps you to avoid injury and lets you continue doing what you love for longer.
DENIOS is here to help with a wide selection of ergonomic office chairs de-signed to keep you comfortable so you can focus on your career. Featuring armrests, neck and back supports and all kinds of possible adjustments, the modern desk chair is a marvel of engineering, with a range of options to put you in the right position for doing what you do. At DENIOS, you can choose from a vast array of functions and options. Here’s our guide on what to look out for.
How do I find the optimal setting of the office chair?
The correct adjustment of your swivel chair influences your future back problems. Therefore, you should pay attention to a few things:
Adjust the height of your swivel chair so that your feet are firmly on the floor. The firm floor relieves the strain on your muscles. To avoid straining your back, your back should be supported throughout your work. The armrests should not be missing from your office swivel chair and should be at the same height as your waist. An ergonomic office chair enables you to move around even when sitting and makes it easier to work at your desk.
Position, position, position – it’s key. Help prevent future back injuries, wrist strain and other health issues by making sure your chair is in the right posi-tion to support you at your desk. It’s all about adjustment: most modern of-fice chairs come with a range of ways to customise your comfort, so commit to a little trial and error and don’t be afraid to change things up until you’re well and truly sitting pretty. Here are a few things to consider when setting up:
Keep your feet on the ground. Adjust the height of your desk chair to make sure your feet are firmly on the floor. Staying grounded in this way takes the load off your muscles, preventing any strain.
Watch your back. It’s doing a hugely important job in supporting you, so give it a little help. Your back needs constant support throughout the work-ing day.
The arms have it. The perfect office chair should have armrests adjusted to suit your height.
There’s poetry in motion. Ergonomic office chairs should allow you to move while seated, making work easier.
What should I look for when buying an office chair for healthy working?
Up to 150 kg load capacity
Backrest covers the whole back
Ergonomic backrest and armrests
Stepless seat height adjustment
Integrated lumbar support, between the last rib and the iliac crest
Synchronous mechanism for movement while sitting
Ergonomic office chairs: a buyer’s guide
There are a few key features no good desk chair should be without. You’ll find all these features and more in the DENIOS range:
Carry that weight. The right desk chair should be able to support 150 kg.
Make sure it’s got your back. Look out for a chair with a back rest that covers all of your back and built-in lumbar support focusing on the lower back area.
Ergonomics is essential. Opt for a chair with ergonomically designed back and arm rests so you can be sure you’re in pole position for a comfortable day at work.
Be well-adjusted. A good desk chair should feature a range of adjustment options, including armrests that adapt to your posture and infinite modifica-tions to seating height.
Go with the flow. The right chair should include mechanisms that allow you to move while seated.
Make a stand: take a break from your chair. No matter how well-designed your chair, you’ll need to take a break from this all-important workplace companion now and then. A huge part of ensur-ing your wellbeing in an office-based role involves getting up and stretching your legs on a regular basis. This helps keep your muscles loose and limber so they don’t seize up. It also boosts your mood and combats the negative effects of a sedentary lifestyle.
For your health, you should regularly get up from your office chair and loosen your muscles.