Using a sit-stand desk will completely change the way you feel at work.
Instead of massaging the pain out of your aching back and neck, wondering how you’ll get through the day, you’ll be racing around the office with renewed energy and vigor.
Wondering what working with a sit-stand desk will feel like? Here’s what to expect.
1. Increased Comfort
Sitting all day produces tension in the body. One of the first things you’ll notice when using your new sit-stand desk is how good you feel. Instead of wishing your back pain away, you’ll actually feel comfortable at work. Crazy, we know.
2. Improved Focus
When you’re staring at your computer for hours, it’s only a matter of time before your eyes glaze over and brain fog settles in. Sitting all day makes it hard to focus.
Sit-stand desks encourage you to move throughout the day. With each stretch and walk around the office, fresh blood is pumped throughout your body, which sharpens your focus and makes it easier to concentrate at work.
3. Office Collaboration
Placing your computer on a conventional desk makes it accessible to one viewer only; the person sitting in front of it. By raising your computer to standing height, you make it easier for others glance at your screen and collaborate on projects with you.
4. More Creativity
Think back to the last time you sat on the couch for a few hours. Do you remember how creative you were feeling?
Yeah, we figured not so much.
Fatigue kicks in when you sit for hours. Luckily, mental lethargy can be easily dispelled with a bit of movement. As a rule of thumb, momentum generates creativity.
Your sit-stand desk makes it easier than ever to move around throughout the day, keeping your mind in a peak creative state.
5. More Flexibility
Your conventional desk doesn’t care about how you feel.
Whether you’re bouncing in your seat with excess energy or fighting to keep your eyes open, it will always remain in one position.
Having a sit-stand desk allows you to adjust its height throughout the day to match your energy levels. Feeling exhausted? Lower the desk and take a seat. Squirming with energy? Raise it to complete work while standing.
No two people are the same, so why does it make sense to use office furniture designed as if that were true? The key to a better day at work is to use furniture that’s uniquely designed for you. Sit-stand desks are designed to be as flexible as you are. Try one out for yourself to see what everyone is raving about.