The best ideas for ergonomic Christmas presents
Christmas is just around the corner, and there is always someone that you struggle to buy for. This blog post will talk through a list of products that are the perfect unique gift that will benefit anyone, especially those that work in an office environment.
Ergonomic Chair – This is perfect for anyone who works or has a hobby that involves sitting down for long periods of time. Getting the right seat for someone who does sit for long periods will be the perfect and most thoughtful present. Our bodies are not meant to sit down in one position for so long, and sitting like this can put immense strain on bones and ligaments, and often cause a lot of pain. So, a gift like this is sure to be appreciated.
Cordless Mouse – This is a great ergonomic accessory to give as a gift to someone who works from a computer all day. A cordless mouse will help reduce stress to the nerve in the carpal tunnel and to the muscles in the user’s arm. Something as small as a cordless mouse will massively reduce discomfort for computer users.
Classic Backpack – This is a great gift for someone who needs to carry a laptop in their bag to work, school or university. This particular backpack is designed for comfort, and has foam protection for a laptop.
Back Support – This a fantastic gift for anyone who works from their chair all day. This back support is made from memory foam, which means it can mould to an individual’s requirements.
Puk Wrist Support – This is a good gift for anyone who suffers with slight discomfort when using a mouse. You could even gift them to everyone around the office to make their time working a more comfortable one!
For more ergonomic options head over to our website here, where you can browse our ergonomic shop!
If you yourself is interested in purchasing some ergonomic products to support you at work, then getting a DSE assessment to help you could be worthwhile.
At Vergo, our DSE assessments include a full written report of the existing workstation which helps both line managers and ‘end users’ identify any issues with current setups as well as any specific products that may assist on a proactive basis with regards to Musculoskeletal Disorders.
For more information on how we could help, call us on 08435 150907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org