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Choosing the wrong office chair can literally be a pain in the neck. Working in an office often involves sitting for a good deal of the time which can put stress on your spine and lead to back pain, fatigue, varicose veins, stress, and even digestive problems. That's why it is so important to select an ergonomic chair that fits your body and specific needs. Look for these traits:
* Base - should have at least five casters for stability.
* Seat height - should be easily adjustable so that you feet can rest flat on the floor, thighs are horizontal and arms are even with the height of your desk.
* Seat width and depth - the seat should be wide enough to fit you frame comfortably and deep enough so there is two to four inches of space between the back of your knees and the seat when you are sitting with you back against the backrest.
* Backrest - should fit the curve of you spine and be adjustable to provide proper lumbar support.
* Covering - a seat covered in padded, breathable cloth is more comfortable than a hard surface. Also make sure that it has rounded edges to avoid putting pressure on the backs of your thighs.
* Armrests - if your chair has armrests, they should be adjustable so that your arms are parallel to you r desk and your elbows and lower arms can settle on them. Your forearms should not be on the armrests while you are typing.