Children may like the squeaking sound of a chair but for an employee trying to do his job well, the persistent squeaking of his office chair may frustrate him, not helping at all to his work productivity. A squeaking office chair is usually a result of either of these two reasons. First, the squeaking sound may be because there is constant friction between two metal parts. Usually, this metal to metal contact happen where the back is attached to the seat. Another cause for squeaking are the loose fixings that secure the back to the seat.
The eight hours (or more for workaholics) we need to spend inside the office is no small matter. That is why we have to give much attention and notice to the ones we spend those eight hours with. And yes, that includes your humble (or not, in some cases) office chair.
The ability to fine-tune a chair’s position via a number of different levers offers many benefits to the user of an ergonomic chair, some of which are fairly obvious and some of which are less so. For one thing, an ergonomic 2 or 3-lever chair allows you to adjust your seat to provide the best support possible. Furthermore, ergonomic chairs for offices can help prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by allowing you to position yourself comfortably for long typing sessions at your desk. Firm but comfortable office chairs are better for your spine and posture, and can prevent back-related injuries later on.
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