Stand up for your health
you a healthy person but still tired at the end of a workday? There
are many ways to get more energy during your day: a
quick nap, a healthy lunch and walking the stairs instead of taking the elevator.
But are you familiar with
the easiest way of them all — simply standing up more?
shows that breaking sedentary behavior makes you more efficient, more productive
and happier, all while being good for your health. There is now consistent evidence
linking high levels of sedentary behavior with elevated risk for type II
diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature mortality (early death), some
cancers (particularly colon, lung and endometrial cancers) and depression.
Reduce these elevated risks through several simple steps including standing more
Watch the video below and see how Anna
gets rid of her drowsiness by standing up for her health.
See our infographics
and learn more about ergonomics and the benefits of standing.
You can also calculate your potential yearly health benefits
from standing or calculate your daily calories burned
from standing and sitting.