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The extra-pillowy softness and super-adaptive support of TEMPUR-Cloud® Supreme comes from more exclusive TEMPUR® material. The innovative moisture-wicking, cool-to-the-touch SmartClimate™ System keeps you comfortable, while the EasyRefresh™ Top Cover is simple to remove, wash and replace.Shop Now
The Lifeform Ultimate Executive High Back Office Chair will perfectly adjust to the natural contours of your body, improving comfort and helping you be more productive throughout the day. Ergonomic chairs are designed to create the ideal sitting environment so work longer without putting yourself at risk for long-term back injuries due to prolong sitting.
Its height and width adjustable memory foam arms along with the back and seat slider allows this executive high back office chair to fit any sized user.
In addition, memory foam is standard on all Lifeform High Back Executive chairs. This memory foam not only reduces pressure on the body, but also helps users evenly distribute their weight and improve circulation.
Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) can be painful, but it is not quite as dire as it sounds. Technically, it is not a disease, but a condition, and the term degenerative applies to the disc, not necessarily the symptoms. In many cases, people with DDD actually improve over time.
DDD occurs when the outer layer of a disc becomes structurally unsound, usually with small cracks and tears. These tears in the disc can cause nerve inflammation or irritation, making it uncomfortable to sit for long periods of time. Over time, this can cause instability and misalignment of the spine.
Some customers will find temporary relief through the use of inversion tables, which increase the space between the vertebrae. it can be especially effective when used immediately before sleep, maximizing its benefits. Always have the client read the warning card before using the inversion table. Others may benefit from products to hold the spine in proper alignment to reduce instability.