pprk. Desks. October 20th , 2017.
Tips on Choosing a Standing Desk. Obesity and heart disease are two of the top killers among Americans today. Both of these diseases can be linked to a poor diet and lack of exercise. In today`s environment, we spend most of our time sitting at home, or at the office, and don`t spend enough time being active and moving. Sitting for too long has become a major problem. In fact, many medical professionals are now talking about `sitting disease.` Sitting for too long not only can cause us an early death, but our quality of life can suffer as well. When we sit in the same place for too long, our muscles begin to atrophy. This can lead to serious injuries if we aren`t careful.
Another common weak point in traditional is that they often only elevate the entire desk surface. These up/down desks do not improve the standing posture because they typically don`t elevate materials to eye-level. This causes people to hunch over books, documents, and screens while standing - which is of course not beneficial to your back or long-term health.
To incorporate more standing and movement in one`s day, many office workers have switched either full-time or part-time to a standing desk. A standing desk is commonly a cumbersome and expensive investment. Traditional are similar to full-size office furniture and are as portable as a ton of bricks. They are large pieces of furniture that once purchased rarely move from their setup location. Moving these traditional can be quite difficult.
A Standing Desk For The Mobile Office. Recent research has repeatedly shown that standing is healthier than sitting. Standing encourages fidgeting and movement which enhances blood flow. Better circulation helps prevent disease and distributes oxygen more efficiently, which can fight fatigue and make people feel more energized.
Good Tips for Choosing a Standing Desk for Your Home Office. You may not realise it but sitting around the entire day is killing you. Humans have evolved to be moving around all day, and it will take many centuries of office work before the body adapts to the change. This means that we are poorly adapted to the modern work environment.
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