(Reuters Health) – Sit-stand desks reduce daily sitting time and may improve job performance and work engagement, a British study suggests.
Researchers who studied 146 National Health Services employees found that after a year of using
Dr. James Levine’s work on Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis, or NEAT for short, sheds light on how modern offices are taking our bodies to their limits. Sitting for over 13 hours a day, sleeping for 8 more, and moving for just 3 isn’t exactly heal
The vast majority of businesses rely on a large assortment of cubicles laid out in rows across an office contributing to the decline of Company Culture. Every employee is, by design or by default, isolated. Also, most if not all workers will be si
The benefits of a standing desk go beyond just shaving a few calories off your waistline. According to experts, standing around happens to be a lot better than sitting around, which most Americans do on an average of 6 hours a day during a normal
We have been bombarded with terrifying news about the unhealthy physical effects of excessive sitting for years now. Heart disease, high blood pressure, an increased risk for diabetes, chronic pain and a high mortality rate have all been scientif