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Massage Chairs At The Workplace With Children (Daycare)

In the age of computer technology and robotics, office employees now spend more time sitting behind that desk in front of their workstation than working something that involves manual work.

Because of this, employees suffer stiff necks, tightening muscles and joints and aching wrists that cause loss of concentration, lowering energy levels and decrease in mind’s capability to process complex situations.

To resolve the problem of workplace fatigue, quality massage chair have become the popular choice (read reviews at wellnessgeekyblog).

A very good example is the boom of the outsourcing industry such as call centers.

Eight-to-twelve hours straight shifts not only diminish one’s mental alertness but also cause physical exhaustion because of lack of muscle movements. In the long run, this may become a serious problem not only to the company but more importantly to the employees.

This phenomenon is also known as the workplace fatigue.

This is because these symptoms are usually brought about by loss in blood circulation, according to David Palmer,one of the developers of the first massage chair.

Office chairs that are not designed ergonomically usually cause the tightening of muscles and joints that impede blood and lymph movement in the body.

Health experts such as Bella are suggesting a massage chair counter where employees can step into during breaks.

This gives employees a sense of value because they are being taken care of, while employers are also ensured that their employees will work at their maximum capabilities.

The massage functions to open nerves and muscles to relieve employee of back and neck strains.

This practice will also allow a few minutes for employees to rest their eyes from a continuous work locked into the monitor screen.

This great break for employees will not only produce recharged energy levels and maximized performance – a returned investment, but also grateful and happy employees as massage also increase the level of endorphin levels.

These “feel good” chemicals allow one to feel less pain and more pleasure.