Active sitting has become an important aspect of one’s life today. Most people today work in offices and places where prolonged sitting has become an indispensable factor in their daily work. Sitting in the right posture or the right way is an important factor today and determines the way your body shapes itself and also determines your health. Backrest or back supports are boon to the people for whom sitting in front of the computer or on a desk is part of their daily job. Back cushions give your back the right posture and help in shaping the spine perfectly so that prolonged sitting does not cause any health or mental issues in your daily life.

Popular Picks for Back Supports

Transval Back Buddy Junior is anatomically and orthopedically designed and fits sluggishly to the natural contours of your lower back. It increases the load transfer to the backrest and reduces disc pressure.

Renewa Orthopaedic Memory Foam Back Support Cushion helps ease lumbar pain and backache and stays in place with the help of straps. Simply placing it on the back rest of your chair and adjusting it to your lumbar region will provide good support and ease the pressure on your lumbar region.

Paragon PPA-10 Back Rest is a highly comfortable backrest designed to perfectly support your spine and is the best tool to correct your posture. It helps in reducing the stress which may be due to the incorrect body posture while sitting.

# Many a time you need a tool that can support your back and also support your hip if it is placed under it. The Bremed BD 6610 Universal Back Support & Seat Comfort Pillow is ideal orthopedic support for using at home, office or while traveling. It automatically molds itself to the contour of your waist and hips. It can be placed over your backrest or under your hip. It works perfects to shape both your back and your buttocks.

Renewa Wedge Sitting Cushion for Back Pain & Coccydynia - Regular straightens the spine and relieves stress. Unlike standard seats, which tend to slope backward, the wedge sitting cushion slopes forward, automatically positioning the body to maintain the natural ‘S’ shape of the spine.