Why does a children’s desk have to be tiltable?
It is not just the ever-longer daily sitting that puts a strain on your child’s body and can cause muscle tension, back problems, headaches and poor performance. As a rule, it is the wrong sitting. Ergonomic sitting at the desk, on the other hand, means relieving the body in the best possible way and not requiring it to be forced for hours at a time. The secret to minimizing the negative consequences of sitting incorrectly is moving sitting. Moving sitting means first and foremost a change of posture while sitting. It is not enough to use an ergonomically shaped children’s swivel chair like the one from moll. Also the children’s desk should support a dynamic sitting.
The tilt function of the moll children’s desk
Children’s desks from moll support proper sitting at the table, among other things, through the tilting function. This easy-to-use and secure function also provides the best basis for an ideal learning at the children’s desk. At the same time, with the tilt function on the moll children’s desk you counteract postural damage, head and back pain of your child and promote a healthy and upright posture. The inclination of the moll children’s desk prevents your child from having to lean too much across the table when reading, writing or studying.
Optimal posture with recommended angle
The moll children’s desk takes into account that different tasks require different angles of inclination. It is not enough to put the table somehow at an angle. We distinguish the following angles for optimal posture in these tasks:
- 0-5 ° for painting and related activities
- 8-12 ° for typing
- 15-20 ° for reading