How work fatigue affects your business

march 7,2022

Felpudo Antifatiga

Standing is a natural human posture. But when working standing for long working hours, the employee is prone to health problems.

Among the most common are pain, muscle fatigue, neck and lumbar stiffness and swelling of the legs.

When working in a static position, especially standing, certain parts of the body deteriorate as our muscles do not have the possibility to alternate and those we lean on become overloaded.

Most common risks of working while standing:

  • Reduced blood flow: causing pain and fatigue in the back.
  • Inflammation of the veins: eventually leading to varicose veins.
  • Damage to the joints: both hips, knees and spine that can lead to rheumatic disorders. Along with this, tendons and ligaments are also affected and are prone to wear and inflammation.
Felpudo Antifatiga

Did you know that 25% of sick leave in Spain is due to low back pain? This ailment ranks second in the ranking of chronic health problems in our country.

Our comfort plus anti-fatigue matting reduces these risks associated with long hours of standing. Thanks to its manufacture with non-slip rubber, it provides a series of unique benefits: it prevents fatigue, increases productivity and reduces pain or possible back and joint injuries. 

Used especially in hotel receptions, factories, kitchens or bars where, in addition to the benefits of the anti-fatigue material, its particular thickness provides a cushioning that avoids possible accidents with fragile materials such as glass or crystal.

Felpudo Antifatiga

Increase the comfort and health of workers with the use of professional mats, ask for more information!


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