Choose one that has as many adjustment functions as possible, so that you can adjust the chair according to your own body size. For example, seat slide, reclining, front-tilting, back curve adjustment, adjustable headrest, lumbar support and armrests.
#3 Softness of the Seat
If the seat is too soft and sink, it may put a strain on your lower back. Let’s check the material of the seat or try the chair in person when buying a new computer chair.
With Multiple Density Cushion, it provides softer support at the front of the seat, reducing pressure on the thighs for improved circulation; denser cushioning at the back firmly supports the hips for stability and improved posture.
#4 Headrest & Lumbar Support
A headrest can support the position of the neck and the lumbar support can provide better support for your back. It promotes a more natural posture while it’s more comfortable when relaxing.