Rocking Chair. Wednesday , May 02nd , 2018 - 01:46:39 AM
Most of our bodies' aches and pains come from stress and anxiety, and rocking is the best source of relaxation for your stressed and tense body. Studies have revealed that chronic diseases like arthritis can be minimized by rocking, as it helps reduce the pain and inflammation. The motion of the chair has a harmonic movement to your bones that keeps joints working and limber. If you have a recent awful back pain or even if you have been suffering for a prolonged time, a rocking chair can give you great support. It reduces the stress on the back by taking the pressure off your spine.
Michael Thonet a German craftsman made the first 'Bentwood' rocking chair in 1860. This design was unlike others of it's time, it was lightweight and graceful. He used steamed wood which made them very affordable as well as beautiful and had great success with them in Europe. During the 1920's a new style came on the market which made them even more useful, the 'Folding' version, which when used in the garden could be folded up and taken indoors in bad weather. With the arrival of the automobile it was useful for picnics and other outdoor activities. After this, this type of chair virtually 'stood still' until the 1950's when Sam Maloof began making deluxe rocking chairs, which are different again, as their rockers are ski-shaped.
Those clever design people at Fisher Price certainly understand the true value of rocking and how comforting and relaxing the motion actually is. That's why they have such a great range of baby rockers, if you don't have the time to sit and rock the baby yourself, then let the baby rock in his very own baby rocker, he'll be peacefully snoring in no time at all. They have a great selection of baby rockers which are even suitable for newborns and then can be adapted as the baby grows and gets that little bit older and more ready to play, with various toys which can be attached and all help to keep infants happy while they rock.
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