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courtneyanny

767d

Where do y'all sit during the day, if you're at home all day? I've tried both a zero gravity chair and in bed but I haven't found optimal comfort either place.

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    • MatchaBunn

      763d

      I’ve been finding the recliner seat on the couch to be my most comfortable seat. But I still need to get up and take breaks from that position. I think having my feet up helps mitigate some amount of pain.

    • MatchaBunn

      763d

      I’ve been finding the recliner seat on the couch to be my most comfortable seat. But I still need to get up and take breaks from that position. I think having my feet up helps mitigate some amount of pain.

    • ayyyye

      767d

      i sit in bed most days, sometimes i move to a squishy chair or couch. i dont stay comfortable for very long, and im having to move around and change positions pretty often. sometimes adding pillows in areas that are uncomfortable helps me

    • LSneiderwine

      767d

      I also have ADHD so I'm always moving but when I do sit it's in a recliner. I can't lay in bed because it's too painful.

    • Nicole_J

      767d

      Honestly sound completely weird but it has helped me but i get a yoga mat or a rug and lay it on the floor and scoot my bottom as close to the couch or chair and then put my legs up on the couch and chair i do it once a day and it helps if i dont do it i can feel the difference

    • Mande

      767d

      I usually sit on a lounge chair, couch, or bed. I have a hard time getting comfortable and shift positions a lot.

    • Magpi

      767d

      I swap between my very expensive desk chair and bed as needed. I also keep a foot stool on hand so I can put my feet up and change positions as needed.

    • XanderiaJune

      767d

      To be honest, I sit on the couch. I don't get comfortable for long and have to readjust multiple times. I would love to know if you find anything out.

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