Standing mats are often used to decrease lower limb disorders such as pain or swelling due to standing for long periods. They do this by increasing circulation and reducing pressure on the feet and legs. They can provide workers with foot and leg support and lessen their discomfort thanks to the material's ability to distribute weight evenly. It is important to note that sometimes the mat won't be able to solve the entire problem. In those cases, it is advisable to consult a professional for more help, as they will have more expertise in this area. People who spend long periods of time standing at a job often experience discomfort and pain in their feet, legs, knees, or hips. The most common cause for this is the design of the work environment which does not include a sitting option: the workers' footwear, and the flooring material. According to scientific data, standing for long periods of time is particularly stressful and fatiguing. Despite the high quality of footwear and flooring, if you stand for an entire working day, you might find that it tires you out or makes you feel sluggish. Most standing mats are designed to contain materials proven to help promote comfort for the user while in use and can stimulate energy and focus during work hours.
Standing mats are designed to reduce discomfort, fatigue, and other health risks associated with prolonged periods of standing. They are specially designed to provide cushioning on hard surfaces or low-pile carpeting which can cause some people's feet, legs, and knees to ache. These mats not only provide relief but also improve blood circulation by keeping the body in motion. The first step towards decreasing the negative effects of prolonged standing is selecting the best mat for your needs. There are two types of seated mats that you can buy: rigid or inflatable. Rigid mats are made from a durable material that doesn't compress underweight while inflatable ones are made from foam with air inside of them. Your knees can also suffer from too much standing. These large, complex joints may be amazing at helping us move around, but bearing a lot of weight and compressive force for long periods of time can strain the ligaments, tendons, and muscles that keep them functioning. Even when using an ergonomic mat at work, avoid standing for extended periods of time, and shift positions while you are standing. You can shift your weight from side to side as well as front to back. Try bouncing a little, walking in place, rolling your ankles in the air, and going up on tiptoe once in a while. We offer delivery and installation across Ireland, in the four provinces: Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connaught. All major cities across the island of Ireland are covered, including Dublin, Belfast, Galway, Waterford, Drogheda, Dundalk, Cork and Limerick. It doesn't matter if you're situated in rural Donegal or an inner-city Dublin 2 office, our installation and delivery service is designed to accommodate your requirements.