(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
A lot of us who work desk jobs, sit down for at least 8 hours a day – that’s 40 hours a
We’re not stupid though, right? We’re all aware that this is pretty bad news for our health, but do we know just
how bad it is...?
You may or may not be aware of the serious
health implications of prolonged sitting, and why this is a cause for concern for all of us who spend 30+ hours sitting at our work desks every single week.
Sitting down causes a number of stresses i
Most of us have experienced, and are currently experiencing, or know someone who has back pain. It can be debilitating. Millions of people every day subject themselves to the deceiving comfort of an office chair. It may feel good at first but it also
Small changes to your posture really matter. Bad sitting habits can catch up with you in the long run. Just from things like slouching to crossing your legs at work, you can open yourself up to serious injuries and chronic pain. The good news is most