Live Long & Posture: Office Tips to help you live longer!!

According to a Gallup Poll, the average American works 47 hours a week. That’s more than 9 hours a day, which in turn can have a significant impact on one's health. While many people now know the physical impact of sitting at a desk all day, there are simple actions you can take to improve your health and even boost productivity during work hours. We've visualized these in this small steps into an infographic to help you make the most of your work day. 

Tips on how often to take breaks throughout the day, what standing for 3 hours a day can mean for your heart and weight, and the impact drinking more water can have on your energy levels and brain speed are all included in this data visualization from STAND DESK. Adopting these habits and shifts in every day behaviors can go a long way when it comes to increasing your health, happiness, and productivity at work and beyond.

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Research Sources

STAND MORE
+ Stand every 20 minutes. You’ll avoid any of the negative side effects of a sedentary job.

TAKE BREAKS
+ Short standing breaks throughout the workday increases productivity. Give your brain walking and/or water breaks to increase your creative output by 60%. 

DRINK WATER
+ Drinking a glass of water can immediately make your brain 14% faster. Add Lemon to your water: for an immune system boost, better skin, weight loss, and improved digestion.
WEAR FITNESS TECH
“Research has shown that if you want to stick to a new habit, monitoring is one of the best ways to make a change.” - Joshua Klapow, Ph.D., clinical psychologist at the University of Alabama