Do you ever feel sore after a hard days’ work in the office? If you think it is down to stress than think again: Back pain in the office is most commonly down to the chair that you sit in. It has been found that the longer you sit then the greater your risk of developing back troubles, such as slipped discs or weakened lumbar. The ergonomics of the office chair are vital for a comfortable and pain free day. Ideally your chair should adjust in height, tilt and back support to keep you spine as upright and straightened as possible (almost like being stood to attention only still sitting down. Your legs should be bent at the knee at 90 degrees with feet flat on the floor, and head pointing forward towards the screen. It may feel strange at first if you are not used to sitting in this position but give it a few days and you will really feel the difference in your back. Why not ask those who know, this estate agent in Chiswick recently replaced all of it’s seating with ergonomic chairs much to the delight of the staff.
A great investment into an office is to have a great heating system, it doesn’t just keep the employees in a healthy condition but it will keep them motivated and in great comfort to perform. We would highly suggest looking into getting high performance radiators for your office if you haven’t already got them installed. Have a look at what these sort of radiators can give to your office here: https://www.traderadiators.com/acatalog/column-radiators.html