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During a visit to CERN in Geneva (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in 1985, he contracted pneumonia, which, in his condition, was life-threatening as it further restricted his already limited respiratory capacity. He had an emergency tracheotomy and as a result, lost what remained of his ability to speak. He has since used an "electronic-voice-synthesizer" to
Executive chairs - what exactly constitutes a chair to be called "executive"? Well, there is no definite standard. Many companies just call their best chair an executive chair. Generally speaking, this chair is of high quality, and are used by executives who want the best office furniture possible. These chairs are made of the highest quality materials throughout, are usually covered in a top grain leather and are the type of chair that is made to last. They often have the latest ergonomic technology to provide comfort all day long, contoured to fit your body and fully adjustable. You do not have to replace this chair every couple of years. If you have an "executive" chair that does not last long, then it is executive in name only.
The position of your feet in sitting is important for balance and stability. Ideally they should be firmly placed on the ground, to balance the central core region of your body. However, sitting is a dynamic position, your feet should move, in relation to the position of your arms and legs for balance in your pelvic bones. This promotes an increase in your respiration through unrestricted breathing to your lungs and helps ease discomforts in your back when prolonged sitting. The automatic movement is needed, because your pelvic area gets starved of oxygen through the downward pressure of sitting which needs constant movement, to replenish oxygen in the muscles under your pelvis. It will help you understand the reasons for continuous movement between balance and stability in the pelvic region and its value for good posture when sitting.
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