Now that working from home has become something of a necessity for many people, it’s important to stay comfortable while sitting all day at a desk. One of the most common problems faced by people who work a daily 9-5 is back pain and discomfort. This muscle tension can usually be felt near the midline of the lumbar region or lower back and is commonly due to poor posture and bad muscle alignment that is held for a prolonged time.
This is is the reason many experts advise purchasing office equipment that can aid in back support. Investing in a backrest can remove all the pain and discomfort that comes with sitting in an office chair all day, and it helps in keeping one’s posture upright, too. Back rests ease discomfort by providing support to the neck, spine, and back. One of the most recommended backrests is the Fellowes Professional Series Back Support.
What are the Benefits of a Back Support?
Many of us want to avoid the stiffness and soreness that comes with sitting in front of a computer all day, but we rarely know how. Sometimes an office chair just doesn’t do the trick and we still get up having to crack our backs after a long day at work.
What many people don’t know is purchasing a backrest can be an immense help. The Fellowes Professional Series Back Support is one such product that can relieve pain, offer optimal support, and create an overall more comfortable working environment.
While standard office chairs do offer comfort, they are not tailored to the shape of your spine the way backrests are. This is why many experts would recommend investing in an external back rest for your computer chair so you can get the most comfort possible. This way, you won’t have to worry about neck or back pains and can simply focus on your job.
Another added benefit of a back support is it will help train your muscles to have better posture. This is a huge help not only for work, but for your everyday life — better posture reduces stiffness, back pain, and will reduce back pain even when you aren’t sitting down all day. With the back rest’s head support and memory-foam padded lower lumbar support, you’ll no longer catch yourself slouching and straining your neck.
Reduces Stiffness and Pain
Lastly, having an external back support is shown to reduce muscle pain and soreness because of its structure that is highly tailored to the body’s natural curvature. This investment can help you in the long run, preventing any back ache from turning into a chronic issue.
General Product Information
|Model||Professional Series Back Support|
|Dimensions||2 x 15 x 14.5 inches|
Fellowes Professional Series Back Support Features
If you’re getting tired of ending your work day with a pain in the neck and back, then this back support is the perfect solution for you. The Fellowes Professional Series Back Support is packed with these amazing features that you won’t want to miss out on:
Provides Support with Memory Foam
This Fellowes back support is equipped with memory foam in its mid-spinal support and lower lumbar support that makes it conform to the natural curve of your lower back. With this feature, you won’t have to worry about getting a stiff back or neck in the middle of the day—perfect for hassle-free working.
Supports a Neutral Posture
Have you ever noticed how stiff it feels to sit upright in a standard office chair? If you’re looking for an alternative that’s healthier for your spine without breaking the bank, this back support is a worthy purchase. This particular model’s mid-spinal support helps you maintain an upright, neutral posture all day that can reduce that stiff feeling and give you better posture overall.
No Need for Adjustment
The Fellowes Professional Series Back Support, unlike many of its competitors in the market, is equipped with a “tri-tachment” system that eliminates any requirement for adjustment no matter the movement. This product has straps for its headrest, mid-spine support, and lower back support that attach perfectly to the shape of any computer chair, allowing for free movement — perfect for that mid-day stretch break. Check out some handy upper back exercises you can do on your desk here.