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Like Upgrading Your Office Chair Without Buying A New One!
Many of us suffer from back problems due to our occupations or maybe the type of miles we have logged with our bodies over time. This why Dreamsweet has spent considerable time developing our back support pillows.
Humans were never meant to sit for extended periods, but the advent of cars, careers, and cable television has created a culture of sitting. Most of us spend more time sitting than standing, which is why lower back pain is a modern dilemma.
The geometry behind this dilemma is that the discs in the lower back — also known as the lumbar spine — are loaded three times more in the seated position than standing. Additionally, craning or slumping forward, as many people do in an office chair, stresses the soft tissues and joints in the spine.
This is where Dreamsweet’s Lumbar Back Support Pillow comes in. Made of memory foam that uses body heat to adjust to your needs, the pillow fills the gap between the lumbar spine and the chair, supporting the natural inward curve of the lower back. With this firm yet comfortable pillow in place, you literally cannot slump forward. From there you’ll experience a chain reaction of relief that extends to the upper and middle back, and down to the sciatic nerve.
Adding a Lumbar Back Support Pillow is like upgrading your office chair without buying a new office chair. And don’t let comfort end in the corporate world. A Dreamsweet Lumbar Back Support Pillow is a perfect companion on road trips.
Two adjustable straps allow for positioning the pillow exactly where you need it, and a breathable mesh cover keeps you cool (leave the back sweats to the cavemen).
Properly supporting your lower back is the first step toward alleviating pain or preventing it altogether. So why wait for pain? It’s never too early to start taking care of your back.