Health

  1. How To Design A Healthy Workstation

    How To Design A Healthy Workstation
    Various studies were conducted to determine the activities that can help break up sedentary time. These activities include information regarding the benefits of standing, changing work environments, such as adding standing or adjustable desks; providing a timetable for purposeful breaktime that includes stretching, doing some yoga poses, recording sitting times, or even providing a bell that rings every hour or two that serves as a sign to stand and move.
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  2. Standing is the New Weight Loss Program

    Standing is the New Weight Loss Program
    To counter the harmful effects of prolonged sitting, some experts advocate distribution of standing desks converter to workers as an innovative office design. There are some common physical activities which will help burn more calories.
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  3. Healthy Habits: The Use of Standing Desk

    Healthy Habits: The Use of Standing Desk
    Experts recommend purchasing an adjustable desktop (standing desk converter) that balances for a regular desk while moving it up or down compared to a stationary standing desk unit. Office design teams started distributing standing desks to their workers because of the many benefits it brings.
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  4. 9 Quick Deskercise Excercises: How do you do it?

    9 Quick Deskercise Excercises: How do you do it?
    Exercise, especially when done consistently even with a daily 10-minute simple workout plus a healthy meal management will have wonderful effects. The first common result that everybody will notice is weight loss. Soon you will have a more defined and strengthened muscles, stronger bones, a lower heart rate, improved complexion (a healthier skin condition) and a much better mood.
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  5. Take A Stand: Lose Weight, The Quickest Way

    Take A Stand: Lose Weight, The Quickest Way
    A study conducted by BBC and the University of Chester shows that standing increases the heart rate (around 10 beats per minute). This can mean burning 50 more calories per hour than sitting. When computed in a year, that is an amazing calorie burn of 30,000 or more, and losing at least 8 pounds of fat.
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