The 5 consequences of sitting on a bad Office Chair Singapore Part 1

January 10, 2019

 

We spend long hours on our Office Chair Singapore behind computers. According to statistics released by BigThink.Com, people spend an astonishing 7709 days of their lives sitting!

If we consider that eight hours of this is spent at offices hunched over a computer, then it’s clear that it’s vital to have good Office Chair Singapore.

But, what are the consequences of a bad Office Chair Singapore? Says Forbes, “The central message of the researchers’ studies is this: the more time you spend sitting each day, the greater your chance of dying within the following three to 15 years (depending on which study you consult).” Apart from affecting posture, causing fatigue, head and neck pain, a bad Office Chair Singapore is unhealthy.

Here are 5 things that happen to you when don’t have a good Office Chair Singapore:

 

1) Poor Blood Circulation

Believe it or not, a bad Office Chair Singapore can affect the blood flow in your body.  If your Office Chair Singapore is not adjusted properly it can cause poor blood flow to your shoulders, legs, back and neck. Says Forbes, “The less obvious reasons are more immediate, including a rapid drop in a circulating blood enzyme called lipase that is responsible for breaking down fat.  One study puts this drop at 90% — a virtual shut down.” The reasons this is a cause for concern? “Bottom line: if your job requires sitting for long periods, you have twice the likelihood of developing cardiovascular diseasethan someone who doesn’t sit all day. You can offset that risk somewhat by exercising regularly, but the hours in your Office Chair Singapore will still take a toll. Add to this that most of us also sit a fair amount when we aren’t at work, and the problem only gets worse,” says Forbes.

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