You spend hours and hours sitting down during lectures, tutorial sessions, eating, driving, and taking some time out on the couch. Did you know research has shown that this sedentary lifestyle isdetrimental to your health and wellbeing? It affects your posture in the long run and can be the cause of various health issues including chronic back pain.
Not to mention the fact that sitting at a desk has been proven to be less productive than actually standing at an ergonomically designed stand up desk. That’s right, you will be more productive and will study more effectively by using a standing desk. Let’s explore this idea a little further.
By standing at your desk, you are alert and ready for action, and you will improve your posture while standing, too. Your concentration levels are up because you will feel more energised. Conventionally, you would’ve spent many hours at your desk, hunched over, slowly developing neck pain, back pain and headaches. But your posture is corrected when you stand and study because you are in a more natural, ergonomic position which is better suited for longer study sessions.
Standing desks will help you to increase your productivity, but they also safeguard your future self from back pains and other chronic health issues which are caused by a sedentary lifestyle.
The key benefits of switching to a standing desk are varied and include:
We have a superrange of ergonomically designed standing desks which will keep your shoulders back, your chin up, and your posture healthy.
Transitioning from the conventional desk and chair scenario to a standing desk is easier than you may think. Standing at your desk for the first time feels quite liberating. It almost feels exciting. Straight away you get the impression that, instead of being hunched over, you will be more productive by standing up.
Depending on whether you opt for ourStan 1 or our Stan 2 desk, you will have the space, comfort and ability to study your way. You’ll be more efficient; and as an added bonus, will improve your posture while studying.
Good posture should matter to everyone! However, generally speaking, students are younger and have not gone through decades of sitting at a desk. The younger you are the easier it will be to avert health issues caused by a sedentary lifestyle.
If you get into the ‘swing’ of studying and working at a stand up desk now, by the time you are working full time, it will seem like second nature.
Read this past blog post to find out more aboutThe lifelong benefits of good posture.
The best standing desks for students are ergonomically designed, built with sturdy engineering principles and are created with good posture in mind: to keep your chin up and your shoulders back.