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Job evolution and the need for a massage chair

By October 20, 2023April 1st, 2024Massage chair

It’s no secret that the job evolution affects our physical and emotional health in different ways. From poor spinal posture, sitting in a chair for at least 8 hours, circulatory problems and even weight gain due to the habit of eating above the keyboard. Over time, these problems can worsen into complications that can interfere with everyday activities.


    1. Job evolution and potential harm to the body – Do massage chairs help with back pain?
    2. Job evolution – How do you prevent the worsening of office-related conditions?

1.  Do massage chairs help with back pain?

The most common health problem among office workers is kyphosis. When you sit bent over a laptop, tablet or phone, your spine automatically curves, your neck is pushed forward and this causes a hunchback in the back and local pain.

Self-discipline regarding correct back posture when sitting is essential

Your back should be against the backrest, legs straight and positioned forward, not leg over leg or with your feet under your bottom or under the seat.

Also, even the most correct posture in the chair can lead to discomfort if breaks are not respected

Breaks of at least 5 minutes taken every 45 minutes of sitting are recommended. So get up and walk around the room or take a walk outside. If you can’t move in the air, then a short 7-minute massage is enough to stimulate your muscles and unblock the blood flow.

Another unfortunate consequence of the evolution of jobs is varicose veins due to poor circulation. The best Zero Gravity massage chairs bring the body into a horizontal position, which leads to even distribution of body weight, decreases pressure on the spine and stimulates blood to circulate to all areas of the body.

For the body to function at optimal capacity, it is essential to pump blood to supply organs, tissues and cells with oxygen and nutrients carried by the blood.

2.  How do you prevent the worsening of office-related conditions?

A sedentary life will slow down the functioning of the organs, giving way to aches, migraines, permanent fatigue, metabolic problems and increased body mass. A great way to prevent all this is obviously regular movement.

If you’re not a sports enthusiast, then maintain your health through moderate exercise such as nature walks, Nordic walking, light jogging, cycling and weight training.

Don’t exercise just for the sake of movement, but choose an activity that you enjoy doing for the best results

Don’t stick to just one type of movement so as not to damage the muscles or ligaments in a required area

Combine the exercises so that you exercise several muscle groups. For best results form a varied routine with exercise and alternative relaxation therapies. Alternate walking, cycling or running with short yoga and massage sessions with stretching to improve muscle and joint mobility.

Too much sitting at a desk also promotes swollen ankles and wrists, stress-induced eczema, respiratory problems due to poor indoor air quality or pale skin due to reduced exposure to natural light. All these cumulative results further convince us of the need to establish a complex activity routine involving both outdoor movement and the alternative relaxation therapies mentioned above.

Modern or future jobs are designed to simplify our lives by offering comfortable working conditions based on technology and reduced physical effort. Unfortunately, they also have a less pleasant side with visible long-term effects.

Neck pain, stiff neck, muscle and joint stiffness, swollen legs, strained back are just some of the most common consequences of changing jobs that could irreparably damage your health if not addressed early.

Japanese massage chairs that provide stretching massage, gently stretching muscles and ligaments, could be included in office equipment to provide superior comfort for employees and prevent spinal problems from worsening.