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Avoid Slouching by using Nada Chair

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How to avoid slouching? Contact Victor Toso 651-644-4466 Fax 651-644-4488. According to Nada Chair experts, "Slouching is a universal back problem that can lead to permanent and painful deformations of the spine. Not only do chairs NOT solve this problem, most often they make it worse!"

To see sloucher’s in action, walk by a row of cubicles at work. More than likely the people at their desks are hunched forward in their "ergonomic" office chairs. Slouching can have lasting effects leading to backaches, spine and neck problems with a list of expenses.

Avoid Slouching by Using Nada Chair

How to avoid slouching? All our lives we have heard mothers, fathers, and those of authority say: sit up straight, pull your shoulders back, and stop slouching. The use of the Nada Chair means you no longer have to think about how to sit--but you will feel the difference. The Nada Chair feels comfortable while helping you sit correctly. Contact Victor Toso 651-644-4466 Fax 651-644-4488.

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