The ergonomic executive chair mainly regulates fatigue from the following aspects:
1. Head: The height and rotation of the ergonomic executive chair headrest can be adjusted, allowing the user's cervical vertebrae to fit the headrest naturally, standardizing the sitting posture of the seated person, and preventing office enjoyment. The best position is when the height of the headrest fully supports your cervical spine.
2. Chair back: The best support position for the waist is the third and fourth vertebrae. The back of the entire ergonomic executive chair can be adjusted in height, which can easily meet the needs of different users and reduce most of the body weight that the lumbar vertebrae bear.
3. Lumbar support: Separate movable lumbar support, the resilience is concentrated on the movable lumbar support, giving the user the closest support. The movable lumbar support can relax and comfortably fit the entire lower back to the lower back by adjusting the curvature, so that the back vertebrae can be relaxed, so as to relieve the fatigue of the back vertebrae.
4. Armrest: Adjust the height and angle of the armrest of the ergonomic executive chair to make the transition between the hand and the table smoother to prevent the occurrence of mouse hands.