Gesture enables fluid transitions between devices and promotes ergonomic positioning when using electronic gadgets.
To provide assistance in any posture, the Gesture 360 arm is designed to mimic the human arm’s range of motion.
To avoid developing “Text NeckTM,” keep your arms and shoulders propped up while using a smartphone, keyboard, or tablet.
Gesture Chair Adjustability Guide
A wide variety of postures are supported by gesture, particularly in the back, the seat, and the arms.
By simulating the curvature of the spine, Gesture’s 3D LiveBack allows for a more comfortable and extended reclining position.
The Gesture headrest is unlike previous models in that it is an integral part of the chair’s structure.
The headrest adjusts to accommodate a wider variety of users by taking into account their head size, neck length, and preferred range of motion.
Health Benefits of Ergonomic Chairs
Eight hours a day at a desk is not uncommon for the typical office worker or student. As a matter of fact, prolonged periods of sitting put a lot of stress and pressure on the body.
Which can lead to serious health problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and blood clots in the legs (DVT).
Support for Posture
Ergonomic chairs are designed to help you maintain a healthy sitting position by adjusting to your body’s unique dimensions and the layout of your workspace.
Relieves Back Pain
When you sit on an ergonomic chair, the backrest conforms to the shape of your body, helping to maintain proper spinal alignment.
Less Neck Pain
Support for the head and neck is another potential benefit of ergonomic chairs.
Relieves Hip Pressure
It is for this reason that ergonomic chairs are designed with extra cushioning and depth to provide hip support and relieve strain on the body.
Better Blood Flow
Ergonomic seats have been shown to improve blood flow, which is yet another important perk.
Seating that is both supportive and comfortable reduces the likelihood that workers or students may become distracted by physical discomfort or miss work or class as a result.
If the user is able to walk or stand for transfers, the seat height is crucial for preserving their freedom and ability to perform daily tasks.
When getting up from a high chair, the user risks falling over or encouraging a stooping posture in their pelvis by reaching for the back of the chair instead of the floor.
They may not have the muscle power to finish a sit to stand if the seat is too low. Supporting the user’s feet properly during a hoist transfer.
It is essential for maintaining their pelvic and upper trunk stability, therefore getting the seat to foot rest height just right is essential.