What comes to mind when the phrase “living healthy” is mentioned, chairs will most likely not make that list but that list will include good and quality meals, an health fitness program, quality sleep and so on. No one would deny that eating healthy or having a good night rest improves the quality of our general well-being. Some people record a lower blood pressure just by paying attention to their sleep routine and multiple research has proven that exercise programs reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. But the sad part is not everyone can make these huge lifestyle changes. The road to better health sometimes is often paved by little changes, those little things we do every other day. This advice post reminds us all how our habitual sitting position directly or otherwise affects our well-being.
Experts say an average person sits for 12 hours daily, meaning we spend as much as half the entire day in a sitting position. Sitting is unavoidable, it’s how we do work, watch games, eat and so on. Some organization due to their workloads have their staff sitting extended hours. So why wouldn’t you care about how you sit and what you sit on. A quality investment today would be for you to think about your chair, how often do you feel strains on your back, are you able to change position while sitting, are you able to keep your spines straight while sitting, what kind of chair actually fits your daily routine? This and many more could be the little thing(s) that makes a huge difference in the quality of you, your friends and family’s life. Quality chairs will do you a whole lot of good. To get more information about this visit: https://habitat.com.ng/habitat-furniture-shop-in-lagos/