Key Features to Look for in a New Executive Chair

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You’re the CEO of your company. You built that place from the ground up and spend more hours in the office than anyone making sure that the company is as successful as it is. That’s 10 hours a day, five days a week, and some weekends. If you’ve noticed that twinge of pain, that aching, shooting, increasingly maddening pain in your back, it might be from the terrible chair you’re sitting in. You need to start shopping for ergonomic executive chairs.
One of the most commonly reported work related injuries is back pain, and this can be the result of one of the most common work activities — sitting. You can’t avoid sitting at work, so the best way to remedy the situation is to invest in one of the best ergonomic chairs you can find. Good ergonomic executive chairs are going to have a few key features that you should look for. An important part of sitting with good posture is good lumbar support, so your new chair should have a lumbar pillow insert. The best ergonomic chairs for back pain will also have a sliding seat pan and be adjustable to fit your size.
Being an executive can already cause you headaches, but don’t let your executive chair be a pain in your back. Get a new one. You deserve it.

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