Individual Benefits

Walnut Standing desks

Supports Bone Health

Bones, like muscles, require regular movement to maintain strength – low-level activity helps improve your bone health.

Enhances Brain Power

Those who maintain regular bouts of activity reduce risk of cognitive decline by 50%.

Burns Calories

When you’re moving, fat-burning enzymes stay activated, burning far more calories than when you’re sitting. It can add up over time.

Reduces Risk of Cancer

Studies have linked prolonged sitting to a greater risk for colon, breast and endometrial cancers. Research has suggested that regular movement boosts natural antioxidants that kill cancer-causing free radicals.

Reduces Heart Disease

Reducing sedentary time is linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death due to heart attack.

Increases Circulation

Blood circulation is crucial to good health, but sitting can impede blood flow, affecting every system of the body.

Support Diabetes

As the rate of those affected with Type 2 diabetes continues to increase, breaking up sedentary time can aid in managing insulin levels and reducing that risk, as there is a significant correlation between excessive sitting and diabetes.

Increases Life-Span

Research has found strong links between sedentary behavior and a variety of serious health problems, which increase the risk of early mortality.

Improves Productivity

Standing on the job promotes a greater mental awareness, which leads to far greater productivity and improved concentration. Low-level movement can also reduce pain and discomfort, allowing people to better focus.

Supports Heart Health

Subtle movement – even standing – breaks up prolonged sitting and promotes higher HDL (“good” cholesterol) and lower LDL (“bad cholesterol”) which in turn can improve blood pressure and lower the risk of heart attack.

Boosts Metabolism

Alternating between sitting and standing increases the enzymes needed to metabolize food.

Improves Posture

Switching between standing and sitting throughout the day prevents your hip flexors from becoming overly tight, and allows you to activate your lower back and glutes throughout the day to prevent therefrom getting weak! These 3 are the. key ingredients of a healthy posture.