Do you wonder what it is no gravity chair? Obviously, it’s kind of a seat, right. But where does the Zero Gravity Chair come from? Well, the concept of “Zero Gravity” is taken from our Astronaut language. This means being in a state of zero gravity in a state of no gravity. This means it has no gravitational effect on the body or is in a state without weight. Think of an astronaut floating in a space that is only attached to the cable because it is not affected by gravity, they are not weighted. No, you are not hovering in this chair. The zero gravity seats are supposed to give you a feeling of zero gravity or no weight.
This design no gravity chair allows you to lie back 135 to 180 degrees, reaching zero gravity. When you lay back the seat where you are in a close position lying down as we see astronauts on spaceships. While lying in a position like this Astronaut, the effects of gravity are more evenly distributed throughout your body than focused on one main area. The typical chair made us stand upright and the force of gravity focused on the top of our heads. Gravity pushes down vertically above our heads. This vertical emphasis over the head is then distributed to other body parts under the head and ends at the spot where our buttocks and thighs fill the chair seats.
So, in an upright position, we feel the effects of gravity far more than if we were in a position no gravity chair lying down. In the upright chair, you will most likely be aware of the pressure that pushes into your butt area and the back of your thighs. If your mother is not standing next to you telling you to sit upright, you may let your head migrate forward and your shoulders rolling forward while in your typical chair. Of course, we only do this because we are trying to get closer to the TV game or be diligent about working on your laptop, or we are just so tired and cannot resist standing up.