Do you sit on a balance ball?
Some say sitting on a balance ball while doing computer work is better for your back than sitting in a chair. Have you tried it and found this to be the case?
I haven't tried it, but maybe I should and see how it works.
I have tried it and until you get used to it, it can be a bit distracting at first - so don't try to do something that needs a lot of concentration.
However I then read (and I can't remember where) that when you get tired or stop concentrating on your sitting posture, you slouch and this can damage the back by putting pressure on the discs.
You only get one back so I wouldn't take the chance! An ergonomic chair is probably better for the back than a balance ball.
I never used it but i know its good to use when you want to work for short span of time so that you dont get tired up.
I have not used it before and like what iamageniuster said, I should give it a try and see how it works.
I have tried it, it's a good way to strengthen core muscles which is probably why it is better for your back than sitting on a standard computer chair, but it needs a bit of getting used to. As I've never had back problems I can't comment if it was better for my back.
I haven't tried it either. I'm not able to balance myself very well, so I am not sure if I should try it.
My Chiropractor insists that this is the best way to keep your back aliened while sitting at a desk. I must confess that I have still yet to try it.
Yes! It was great for posture ..no shoulder or back ache. Soon, I will have one here since I didn't bring mine with me.
Highly recommend it.
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