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Get the Most out of Your Seat Cushion

When you first took a desk job, you probably had no idea how sore your body could become from sitting at a desk all day. You may have even come from a manual labor position and thought your days of going home with a sore back were over.

Most people who sit at a desk all day complain of neck and back pain. The reason you suffer from neck and back pain after hours of sitting is that there is too much pressure being placed on your coccyx.

Your coccyx is a small triangular bone at the end of your spine. It is not meant to endure that much pressure so everything in your body tries to shift to help it. This causes your body to become unaligned and results in the soreness you feel.

According to Everlasting Comfort (, there are many benefits to purchasing a seat cushion. We will discuss a few here but this article goes into great detail on many more.

Improve Posture
Once you start using a seat cushion you need to make sure to stay conscious of your posture. The cushion will help to distribute the pressure of your body to your hips and thighs. This will make it easier to sit up straight.

You have heard the term stand tall. You need to make sure you sit tall so you get all the benefits of using a seat cushion. Sitting tall will also help with circulation in your body and increase energy levels.

Setting your desk up correctly will encourage you to use proper posture. Sit down in your chair with your cushion and adjust the height until your knees are even with your hips. Make sure your feet are flat on the ground.

Now, look at your desk. The center of your desk monitor should be just below your eye level. Making these adjustments combined with your seat cushion will help to alleviate your back pain.

Move Around
Your day is so busy that sometimes you look up and you have been at your desk for hours. This is great for productivity but horrible for your health. Set a timer and make a habit to get up and move throughout the day.

Making sure you take the time to get up and move will help to keep your back stretched out. This will help you increase the benefits you will receive from your seat cushion. It is also great for increasing blood flow. This will help your mind work more efficiently.

Your seat cushion will help to keep your back aligned; this helps everything in your body run more effectively. It will even help to keep your immune system running in peak condition so that you do not get sick from whatever bug is going around the office.

Since your seat cushion is helping to alleviate your back pain, you will be able to sleep better and be more rested. This will improve every aspect of your life. You will be able to work more efficiently and enjoy your playtime when you finally get it.

To conclude, purchasing a seat cushion is an investment into every part of your life. It will help you to live better, work harder, and enjoy your free time more. Spending all day sitting at your desk does not have to end in neck pain and a stiff back anymore. Make sure to effectively use your seat cushion with these tips and you will feel like a new person in no time.

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