Zero gravity recliners are designed to reduce pressure on the spine ergonomically. As a result, kicking back in one of these will create the sensation that you are floating on a cloud (hence the name). It's a phenomenal feeling to say the least, and it can actually provide numerous health and posture benefits. However, you'll need to follow some basic rules to ensure you get the most out of your new zero gravity chair.
There's he fact that zero gravity chairs offer a uniquely enjoyable and equally relaxing experience. If you've been hunched over in front of a desk all day, you can stretch out on a zero gravity chair for instant relief. The floating sensation it provides will reduce pressure on your spine, while allowing fluid to pass through the spinal discs more freely. Taking short 15-30 minute rest sessions in an anti-gravity chair is enough to keep your body feeling fresh, rejuvenated, and ready to tackle anything the day has to throw its way.
It's important to note that zero gravity chairs are highly adjustable and typically come with knobs and levers to change the incline and position. Once your zero gravity recliner arrives at your doorstep, you'll want to spend a few minutes adjusting it to fit your body. There's only one way to accomplish this – sit down in the chair and start making some adjustments. Ideally, you want your feet raised slightly higher than your body so it reduces the pressure on your back. It may take a couple adjustments, but keep trying until you've found the sweet spot.
The purpose of our lives is to be happy. - Dalai Lama
After your zero gravity chair has been adjusted to your personal settings, you'll want to keep it this way. When friends or family members come over and ask to try out your new anti-gravity chair, ask them to leave the settings alone; otherwise, you could end up having to start the adjustments from scratch again. To make matters worse, it can be next to difficult if not impossible to adjust your anti- gravity chair back to how it was before. The bottom line is that you should leave the settings alone once you've found the sweet spot that works for your body.
Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be. - Abraham Lincoln
When you are kicking back in a zero gravity chair, try to let your body relax as much as possible. If you are tense, you won't get the same benefit from these amazing chairs. So, how are you supposed to relax your body? Sit down and close your eyes in your 0 gravity chair. Next, take a deep breathe and tell your mind to relax each and every muscle starting at your head and working your way all the way down to your toes.
Your muscles should then feel loose instead of being tight and constricted. Having a relaxed body will allow the zero gravity chair to work its magic by taking the pressure off your back. You'll likely notice a world of difference after fully relaxing your body, which is a sign that it's working.
A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy? - Albert Einstein
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