1. Standing Vs Sitting at your desk

    In recent years, it’s become widely accepted that certain aspects of the 9-to-5 office life aren’t the best for workers’ health. Countless studies attest to the long-term health problems that stem from the many hours that employees spent hunched over a screen: it’s a fact that sedentary working puts staff at risk of weight gain, diabetes and heart disease. 

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  2. Tips on how to reduce back pain when sitting

    Written by Jane Johnson

     

     

    Many people experience back pain when sitting but are relatively pain free when standing or moving around. This article covers the typical presentation of back pain which comes on when sitting, the likely causes, as well as tips for how to prevent and treat this type of back pain.

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  3. ergonomic equipment alongside other healthy behaviours can help address musculoskeletal complaints

    Government guidelines highlight that health and wellbeing should be a core priority for organisations and that value should be placed on the strategic importance and benefits of a healthy workplace. Employers are encouraged to take a consistent, positive approach to all employee’s health and wellbeing.

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