Have you ever wondered how it feels to try to overcom […]
Have you ever wondered how it feels to try to overcome gravity? You don't need to be a star in the popular musical "Evil" to enjoy this feeling! With a zero-gravity chair, you will be in a relaxed balance. Below, we share with you the working principle of zero-gravity chairs and why they are so beneficial to your health.
What exactly is zero gravity?
In zero gravity, you will be suspended in a position where no gravity acts on your body. The working principle of a zero-gravity chair is to put your body in that position by evenly distributing your weight on the chair. In fact, zero-gravity technology was invented by NASA. This is similar to the position taken by the astronauts in the lift-off mission. They are in a position of zero gravity to avoid the sudden increase in gravity while avoiding the strong pressure of the earth's gravity.
With a zero-gravity chair, all positions from top to bottom can be safely fixed by the locking mechanism, so you can easily find the desired position and relax with confidence.
Doctors agree that the zero-gravity position is the healthiest way to sit. If you have swelling in your legs or pain with varicose veins due to edema, a zero-gravity chair can provide much-needed relief. By raising your legs above the heart, you can increase proper blood circulation, which helps reduce swelling and minimize stress on the heart. The gravity strain on the vertebrae is also greatly reduced, so if you experience back or neck pain, you will feel all the tension gone!
Zero-gravity chair If you encounter any of the above situations, or just want to relax, please try a zero-gravity chair. This attractive chair will not only look great in your living room, but will also help you achieve the best stress-free posture, thus providing you with the comfort and health benefits you need.
When pain and fatigue bother you, use a zero-gravity chair to let the tension rise. Live the painless and comfortable life you deserve. Contact us now to order a zero-gravity chair.