A sit/stand desk is one that allows the user to alternate between sitting and standing by being able to lower or raise the working platform. Many of the benefits of standing/sitting is a greater capacity while we work.
Posture is something very important for our health, but we rarely pay attention to it every day. Having bad posture when you stand can really put a damper on standing and finally give you a bad back pain that you have when sitting. If you choose a sit/stand desk converter to remember that the ergonomic set-up is very important. A second one table sit/stand:
Setup sitting position:
- Keeping your body during sitting neutral standing position:
- Hands, wrists, and forearms straight, in-line and roughly parallel to the floor.
- stiff upright or spine straight
- No turning the top of the head.
- The head is level or slightly forward, forward-facing, and balanced.
- Keep your elbows close to the body and bent between 90 and 120 degrees
When the table is the standing position:
- table height should be at slightly below elbow height
- Stand with the back of your head, and hips straight with an ‘S’ curve in your spine.
- Switching to a standing position every 20-30 minutes.
- Increase the height of your monitor level with your eyes.
- Your eyes should be 20-28 inches from the monitor screen and should be at an inclination of 20 degrees.
This not only improves the condition of the back and neck but also ensures that the benefits of the sit-stand are not neutralized. Using a table to sit/stand ergonomics can be really good for your health. It is important to ensure a table meets user needs while both standing and sitting.