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Spine-Relaxing Chairs Invented
4.09.2008 14:38
Spine-Relaxing Chairs Invented
The invention looks something like this

Russian engineers from Belgorod have invented new type of chairs, allowing reducing spinal strain significantly, thus avoiding spines deformations, which often occur, when one leads a sedentary life.
      New chair looks quite simple why no one invented it before? Ordinary chair has flat seat, covered with something soft. Seating innovation either lacks part of its seat, or bends under weight of a seating person such a construction eliminates excessive strain and helps avoiding compression of a spinal column and spinal nerve entrapment.
      Medics confirmed that such chairs have declared effect they help patients with osteochondrosis and injured lumbosacral spine. Moreover, the invention improves blood circulation in perineal region, which is also very important.
      Source: Science News


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