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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Business Transformation

Top Benefits Of Standing Desks

Have you ever thought about upgrading your office? If so, you’ll find that your options are plentiful. There are numerous ways to enhance your office, but some techniques are going to be more fruitful than others. To enhance your office, you should start by focusing on your desk. Choosing a standing model will make a big difference in the long run. It’ll cost more, but it’ll pay dividends. What are the benefits of choosing one of these products? You’ll find out in the in-depth guide below.

What Is It?

First and foremost, you’ll want to find out what it is. How does it work? Ultimately, it is simple. Standing desks are designed to allow the worker to stand at their desk. Many of these desks can be adjusted to accommodate your height. For instance, you can raise the desk when you want to stand up. When you’re ready to sit down, you can lower it. The possibilities are endless. Either way, the desk allows you to stand up while working on your computer.

Maintain A Healthy Weight

Unfortunately, sitting behind a computer all day can be detrimental to your health. Over a period, you’re going to gain a lot of weight. By standing regularly, you can offset this problem. It is estimated that you can burn as many as 1,000 extra calories by standing while working on your computer. If you’re worried about gaining weight and becoming obese, you should stand up more often. Using a standing desk is one of the best ways to achieve this goal.

Reduces Back Pain

It has been shown that using one of the many standing desks can help reduce your back pain. If you experience intense back pain, there is a risk that you’ve been sitting around for too long. If this is the case, you might be able to offset the risk by standing regularly. When you stand up, you’ll receive pressure from your spine. Doing so guarantee that you’ll feel better so you can get more done. Using one of these desks can provide immense improvements in just two weeks.

Alternating

Another thing to note is that these desks allow you to alternate. When you’re sick of standing up, you can lower the desk and sit down. When you need to stretch your legs, you can raise the desk and stand. Alternating is very beneficial since you’ll never get uncomfortable.

More Flexibility

Most workers will agree that standing offers more flexibility than sitting. For example, standing while working improves flexibility, such as bending, stretching, squatting, and twisting, all of which are not possible when sitting.

The sitting position offers limited flexibility. For example, a clerk sitting at a desk has limited usability of her/his legs and arms. In this case, the clerk can only hope everything is within arm’s reach to avoid standing. Fortunately, this is not the case when standing in front of a desk.

Improved Ergonomics

Employees across the globe are continuously for new ways to combat workplace injuries related to employee fatigue, repetitive motion, awkward posture, and restricted movement. All of these apply to office workers who spend most of their workday sitting behind a desk.


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