Multi Table electronic desk. The height can be easily adjusted, lowering to just over 2 feet, and raising slightly lower than 4 feet, adjusting to individual needs and comfort. People can raise the work surface and stand up periodically throughout the day, and still be able to continue working. The website says that periodically standing during the day can significantly decrease health risks for both heart disease and cancers. We're not even talking about working out or exercising here. We're just talking about standing up periodically and working while standing instead of sitting in that same desk chair all day.
Would that be worth a try for these potential health benefits?
- Reduce cancer risks by 30%
- Reduce heart disease risks by 46%
- Increase energy, productivity and stamina
- Decrease back and neck pain
- Corrects posture to eliminate carpel tunnel issues
- Lose Weight. Standing burns twice as many calories as sitting
What do you think? Do you work sitting down all day? Would you like one of these adjustable tables? Me, I'm at home sitting on the couch (or the floor) working on my laptop all day and jumping up to do this, that, and the other thing all day, so I guess I'm standing periodically. Truth be told, I'm doing all that other stuff before I finally manage to sit myself down at the computer to get something done, which is why I end up staying up so late, but that's beside the point. If I was to work in an office all day, I'd want to be able to adjust my position throughout the day. My neck and shoulders are starting to tighten up just thinking about sitting in one position all day - and all that other stuff that wouldn't get done without me.