Laptop at home. Ergonomic chair or Laptop support?

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Laptop use with a poor posture. Why you need an ergonomic chair.

Using your Laptop for a long time in wrong posture may be dangerous for your health.
Sitting in a standard chair for prolonged periods of time can definitely cause low back pain or worsen an existing back problem. The main reason behind this is that sitting, in an office chair or in general, is a static posture that increases stress in the back, shoulders, arms, and legs, and in particular, can add large amounts of pressure to the back muscles and spinal discs.

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Persistently incorrect posture, faulty biomechanical stress, fluctuation between contraction and relaxation of muscles is disturbed. 90% of cervical pain is non-specific. It usually develops slowly through persistent (unilateral) incorrect biomechanical stress. Over time, the stress of poor posture can change the anatomical characteristics of the spine, leading to the possibility of constricted blood vessels and nerves, as well as problems with muscles, discs, and joints. All of these can be major contributors to back and neck pain, as well as headaches, fatigue, and possibly even concerns with major organs and breathing.

Ergonomic use of laptops at home

Mainly, People use laptop at home:
A) As a Desktop Replacement, usually by hanging it on a desk connected to an external monitor and using paper and pens.
B) As a Mobile Device on Chairs, armchairs, sofas or bed. Typical use is for meetings on line or conference. Usually we support laptop with body: legs, wrists, or we hold it by conventional furniture such as coffe-tables and bedside tables.

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A) Better an ergonomic chair

Using the Laptop on your desk, you definitely should buy an ergonomic chair and an adjustable height-adjustable external monitor to find the right posture by adjusting your chair to the best body position. An ergonomic office chair is a tool that, when used properly, can help one maximize back support and maintain good posture while sitting.

The first step in setting up an office chair is to establish the desired height of the individual’s desk or workstation. This decision is determined primarily by the type of work to be done and by the height of the person using the office chair. The height of the desk or workstation itself can vary greatly and will require different positioning of the office chair, or a different type of ergonomic chair altogether.

B) Use a laptop on sofa, armchair, bed with Lounge-book

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With lounge-tek ergonomic supports you can use the Laptop on chairs, sofa armchairs, bed, ergonomically correct with a good posture, perhaps adding a cushion for improve lumbar support.
It is confirmed by a number of studies that the most relaxing position for our back is a 135 degree angle to the legs.
A 135-degree body-thigh sitting posture was demonstrated to be the best biomechanical sitting position, as opposed to a 90-degree posture, which most people consider normal.
Lounge-tek laptop supports improve laptop ergonomic features, with Lounge-book and Lounge-wood your sofa, armchair, even bad will be your favorite workplace to use comfortable Laptops and Tablet PCs.

How to get a good posture, using laptop at home

  • Use a Lounge-book, the laptop stand fully adjustable:

    height, tilt and rotation of the laptop base, to find an ergonomic position for your eyes, neck and wrists.

  • Versatile laptop table:

    Tilt the laptop tray to use at best your keyboard, set the screen at the eyes level, the laptop support easy slides under most of furniture without wheels. Lounge-book meet any furniture and style.

  • A mousepad for external mouse

    Simply use an external mouse and use it from left or right, simply rotating 180 the laptop base, relax your wrists

  • Choose an ergonomic and relaxing place

    May be your favorite armchair, sofa, bed, find the good position for neck, spinal and lumbar muscles and with help of cushions.