A good office chair is able to support the natural curvature in our spine. There are three curves in the human spine. From the side view, there are two forward curves, one at the neck and one at the lower back, and one backward curve at the upper back.
There are two key features to look out for when selecting a good office chair. Firstly, the lower back area of the office chair should protrude out so that it supports the natural curvature of the lower back. This is often known as the lumbar support. Secondly, there should be a headrest which curves forward so that the office chair reduces any strain on the muscles and the spine. An example of a good office chair is seen in the video.
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