Health Benefits of Electric Height Adjustable TableJacky Wang
Like most the world, we spend the majority of our days sitting. From work, to lunch, to our daily commute – we are constantly sitting. By the time we arrive home from work, we’re mentally and physically drained, our head aches, our back is killing us, and we are in no mood to visit the gym. All this sitting in our lives made us think. We started wondering if the claims were true…? How does sitting all day affect our health? Well, we did some research and what we discovered was quite shocking.
Cumulative impact of sitting all day for years is associated with a range of health problems, from obesity to diabetes to cancer. The solution isn’t to sit for six hours at work and then head to the gym afterward.The answer is incorporating standing, pacing and other forms of activity into your normal day—and standing at your desk for part of it is the easiest way of doing so. Here’s a list of some of the benefits scientists have found so far.
Reduced Risk of Obesity
Reduced Risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Other Metabolic Problems
Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Reduced Risk of Cancer
Lower Long-Term Mortality Risk.
Height Adjustable Desks Make Life Easier.If you are struggling with back pain or having a hard time sitting for prolonged periods at work, then an adjustable standing desk (sometimes referred to as a stand up desk) may be the answer. Sitting for hours on end can be stressful on the spine. It can also lead to feelings of lethargy and fatigue. Standing desks and ergonomic workstations promote increased circulation, mental alertness, and relieve stress on your back and legs. Many people also report greater core strength after working at ergonomic workstations
A sit-stand desk is a great addition to any office! Along with a stylish new desk, you’re also getting a healthy alternative to the traditional stationary desk. The health benefits that come from using an adjustable standing desk include:
• Cancer risks are reduced by 30%.
• Heart disease risks are reduced by 46%.
• Increases in energy, productivity and stamina.
• Decreased back and neck pain.
• Pain from carpel tunnel issues are reduced.
• Weight loss. Standing burns more calories than sitting.