The numbers of remote workers and digital nomads are on the rise. Every day, more and more people are saying goodbye to the office life, and the 9-5 regime, while saying hello to suitcases and passport stamps.

While there is a lot to look forward to when adopting digital nomadism, there are many things you lose. One of these things, which may seem like a small sacrifice, but it has a much bigger effect than we think is, office comfort.

By office comfort we meet the ergonomic gear, that helped you be comfortable while doing your job; for example, an ergonomic chair or a height-adjustable desk. There is no way you can guarantee to have these things in your destination as a digital nomad, and for sure there is no way you can carry these around with you!

Here, enters Nexstand, the ergonomic answer to working from anywhere, while taking care of your physical and mental health.

“Digital nomads need the gear that accommodates to their lifestyle and helps them with their posture… to avoid back and musculoskeletal issues” said Graham Coath, ergonomic consultant.

Nexstand top selling product is the K2 laptop stand, it’s portable and sturdy and height-adjustable. They also have remote-work kits with small keyboard and mouse, and their products also include phone and tablet stands.

“If you work in pain, you can’t be productive and you won’t be able to do any fun thing outside of work which will affect your mental health as well” Graham added.

The K2 stand has full height adjustment that helps your head stay in a neutral position without slouching forward. “Our vision is to support remote working by providing you with the tools you need to do your best work from anywhere” Graham said.

He also added that Nexstand keeps an eye on the market and tries to stay ahead. Just recently they launched a sun shade for laptops, so you can work outside without suffering from glare.

Nexstand is always looking for affiliates to spread the word about its products and get special discounts, you can sign up on their website.

Graham expects remote work to become more popular. According to research findings, by 2035 there will be around 1 billion digital nomads, as more people understand you don’t need the office to have connections, you can make friends while travelling and exploring other cultures.