Desk. Thursday , February 01st , 2018 - 15:59:31 PM
The first step is to be aware of how you sit at your desk for long periods of time. Most people will slouch down into the chair, or they will lean forward onto the desk and hunch their shoulders. This posture can stretch out your spinal ligaments and strain the spine. To alleviate this problem, you should make sure you have adequate lumbar support from your chair, and align your lower back directly against the chair back. If you are unable to do this comfortably, invest in a lumbar support cushion so your lower back can rest directly onto the cushion. This will help insure that you sit up comfortably and don’t slouch.
Low risk of heart disease - In 1953, it was proposed that standing is better for heart health. A certain study found that bus conductors had half the risk of heart disease-related deaths as compared to their colleagues in the driver’s seats. This has prompted scientists to better understand the effects of sitting on heart health. This further means that the more time you spend just sitting, the greater is your risk for developing heart disease.
Low blood sugar levels - Sitting after meals could help explain why extreme sedentary time is associated with 112% greater risk of type 2 diabetes. Using standing desks at work can help lower blood sugar levels, most especially after lunch.
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