A woman sat at a desk working on a laptop in a pink office.

Review: Hinomi H1 Pro Ergonomic Chair

A woman sat at a desk working on a laptop in a pink office.

An ergonomic chair is an absolute must whether you work in a corporate office or work from home. Research shows that office workers spend 75% of their waking hours sitting down which places a lot of pressure and strain on the body and can add stress to the spine.

No matter where we work, it is important that our seating is comfortable and supports our body and protects it from work-related injuries such as back, neck, and shoulder pain. Ergonomic chairs really shouldn’t be considered a luxury if we hope to protect our backs while working from a desk for extended periods. Instead we should see them as an investment in our own health and well-being, after all prevention is better than cure as the old adage goes.

What is an Ergonomic Chair?

According to the Cambridge Dictionary, ergonomics is “the scientific study of people and their working conditions, especially done in order to improve effectiveness”. With that in mind, an ergonomic chair is one that has been designed to best support the human body whilst sitting at a desk. Therefore the design takes into consideration posture, comfort, support and health.

Ergonomic chairs offer specific features that have been designed to improve our posture and support the neck and back. A good ergonomic chair is adjustable so that it can be used by people of different heights and sizes to ensure the correct fit.

What are the Benefits of an Ergonomic Office Chair?

Whilst the main benefit of an ergonomic

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