Zero Gravity Chair Recliner – A zero-gravity relax armchair also called zero-gravity anti-stress armchair, is a type of relax chair that allows to adopt the so-called zero gravity position (“Zero Gravity”), a position developed by NASA for astronauts at the moment of takeoff, since in this position less pressure is exerted on the spine and extremities, thus favoring blood circulation, relaxation, rest and quality of sleep. A relax chair is a kind of armchair designed so that the user can rest and relax with the greatest possible comfort, which is why they are more comfortable and larger than conventional armchairs.
Relax armchairs are characterized by their ergonomic design and often incorporate various properties that promote relaxation and rest, such as padded seat, headrest, footrest, armrests, reclining backrest, padded upholstery or relaxation mechanism. Some models have advanced features, such as massager, heat function or person-lift function. Zero-gravity relaxes armchairs have all the advantages of conventional relax armchairs, but they also distinguish themselves by allowing them to adopt the Zero Gravity position or zero gravity position. In this way, since they operate under the ergonomic principles developed by NASA, zero gravity chair recliner relax chairs further enhance the quality of rest. The zero-gravity relax armchairs offer a unique rest experience, as they take advantage of the main benefit of the zero-gravity position.
The effects on the spine, since sitting reclined with feet higher than the head, it relieves. To a great extent the pressure on the spine. Also, with the legs elevated the heart does not have to work too hard to pump blood from the heart to the legs. Zero-gravity relax chairs improve this feature since when the user is lying down, the body weight is perfectly supported and the legs remain at the level of the heart and adjust the back and neck, allowing a perfect nap to increase energy and productivity. By adopting the zero gravity chair recliner position, the back of the chair is slightly tilted.