Most of us are sitting at work for more than half of the time, so we can ensure that we sit comfortably during this time, so as to improve work efficiency and prevent physical harm caused by long-term sedentary. The seat cushions are far more than just supporting our hips and reducing the pressure on the spine and buttocks.
A good seat cushion helps to stimulate blood circulation, making it easier for you to maintain a good sitting position. In good posture, your head is at the right angle to the screen and helps your arms, wrists and shoulders at the right angle when typing, which will help every part of your body.
There are two main types of seat cushions on the market. The first one is the standard seat cushion on the most common chair. There are two connecting mats for the waist and hip, including a seat cushion and a lumbar support. Let's take a look at it below.
Common seat cushions are generally small and relatively flat, designed to support your tailbone and withstand the pressure on the buttocks. This seat cushion is designed for people with sciatica or tailbone pain, and for those who don't know how to sit in the office for a long time. The mats are also easy to carry, we can move them to other chairs when necessary, and the cushions can be used in almost any type of chair, or on a car, train, or airplane.
The full seat cushion combines the seat cushion, lumbar support and headrest to provide support for the buttocks, cervical vertebrae, neck and headrest to reduce stress. However, such full upholstery pads are often large and bulky, fixed with straps or mounted on chairs to prevent them from sliding, but this means that such cushions cannot be easily moved.
Some seat cushions are made of artificial leather, which can be easily wiped clean. However, some non-removable fabric cushions are very difficult to clean. If you are working in a place that is easy to sweat and need to sit, then you should pay attention to the seat cushion. The easy-to-clean seat is your first reference.