COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, June 1, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- McCarty's is on a mission to help people correct their poor
When one has bad posture, it puts a greater strain on the body's muscles, which can result in a greater energy depletion causing less mobility. "Bad posture can result in any or all of the following," added Cordova:
To correct bad posture one can avoid slouching or leaning forward, especially when tired from sitting in an office chair for long periods, for example. For long-term sitting, such as in an office chair, be sure the chair is ergonomically designed to properly support the back. However, it is important to not sit in one place for too long, even in ergonomic office chairs, and to get up and walk around and stretch as needed.
To help people with poor posture, McCarty's developed SACRO-EASE. The innovative product, which is a pad shaped like a chair, helps one's back, driving posture and sitting correctly. SACRO-EASE has a 10.5-inch-wide back compared to similar products that are 19" or 14", and the seat is 14" wide and 16" deep so it fits into the deep bolsters in the car.
"We have had a SACRO-EASE now for about 15 years and can't imagine life without one," said client Judy B. "Our first one was used and lasted a full 15 years. We are now purchasing a new one!"
About McCarty's McCarty's has been manufacturing posture correction products for the industrial safety market for over 70 years. Its products are made to support overall spinal health. For more information, please call 1-800-635-3557, or visit http://www.mccartys.com. McCarty's is located at 3279 W. Industrial Loop, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815.
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