Viper’s ergonomically designed executive office chairs help reduce the high levels of stress that you frequently face as a decision maker.. Although it may look like it from the outside, making decisions that affect hundreds or even thousands of lives is not an easy task. The tension grows in your neck and back before you even sit down at your desk. Your stress level is already through the roof, so you don’t want to make it any worse than it is by sitting in an uncomfortable chair.
The nagging sense of ongoing, underlying stress that decision makers feel every day can be compounded by severe neck and back problems that result from sitting in executive office chairs that fail to offer full ergonomic support for the entire body.
Executives really need to take special care of their bodies in order to minimize stress. Some strategies for reducing executive stress include:
1. Appropriate cardiovascular exercise (Executives are more likely to experience life-threatening illnesses like strokes or heart attacks)
2. Stretching. Many executives run for fitness, but they forget to stretch. This causes pulled hamstrings and muscular discomfort.
3. Stress reduction techniques. Every executive has some sort of stress reduction technique. For some it’s martial arts; for others it is relaxation/meditation. Still others might occupy their time with stress reducing games (Many companies now have a stress reduction room with pool tables and video game consoles).
These stress reduction activities go a long way to managing psychological pressures.
4. Ergonomic executive office chairs. You spend the majority of your work day sitting, and people visit your office for decisions all the time. You’ve got to be on your game and stay on your game well into the early evening. To do this, you will need a quality chair that will support your back and neck.
The Viper VOC-640 offers this type of full ergonomic support. It is contoured to support both the shoulders and the lower back. It also offers advanced tilt and height controls that keep your feet on the floor and your arms positioned at a 90 degree angle to your keyboard. This keeps your lower back and shoulders relaxed so you won’t experience neck and shoulder pains on top of stressful responsibilities.