Billy Cotton suggests opting for an indoor zero gravity chair that's fashioned out of tubular stainless steel with linen cushions on the seat if you're looking for something super breathable. You'll also find chairs featuring a metal frame and nylon or polyester seat that works well for both indoor and outdoor use. Indoor zero gravity chairs may come with removable cushions that are usually filled with pillow or foam stuffing for added comfort. It's vital that indoor zero gravity chairs be constructed out of hardwearing materials with metal or chrome gears that allow the chair to be folded up and stored away as well as sit in any number of reclining and lounging positions. There are usually fixed armrests and there may also be a built-in footrest and headrest.
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Indoor zero gravity chairs were not only first designed with technology by NASA, but they're ideal for individuals who experience joint swelling, back pain, and poor blood circulation. Jessica Davis recommends finding an indoor zero gravity chair with a wide frame and adjustable footrest and headrest as not only does it allow for optimal relaxation, but it will evenly distribute your weight and reduce pressure in your neck and back. The gears located in the frame and sides of an indoor zero gravity chair allow you to recline and lock into any number of comfortable positions which is possible when the chair is built using premium hard-wearing materials. It's actually recommended to use an indoor zero gravity chair for 20 minutes per day at a 120-degree angle in order to raise the head and knees above the heart to relieve excess pressure.
For those with busy families, it's ideal to find an indoor zero gravity chair with removable and machine-washable cushions. To keep things seamless while you're lounging, you'll also want to look for a chair that comes with an easy lock handle. Alyssa Kapito notes that an indoor zero gravity chair with a built-in cupholder or detachable side tray works well to keep your devices and drinks handy. If you plan to use your indoor zero gravity chair for anything from lounging to sleeping, it's best to look for options that come with a built-in adjustable footrest and headrest. You can also find chairs that come in matching sets that work well for a sunroom or den setting. And if you plan on using yours both indoors and out on your deck, there are indoor zero gravity chairs featuring weather and water-resistant materials.