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The new normal embraces a hybrid working environment in light of the recent events from the pandemic. But wherever you hustle, it’s important to care for your mental health at work and boost productivity by creating a healthier environment—be it at home or in the office. After all, picturing the...
Exercise is the last thing you want to do when you have back discomfort, but in truth, stretching and exercising can help alleviate pain. While we all know that regular exercise is beneficial to our health, stretching is sometimes ignored. Stretching offers several health benefits, from increased flexibility to better...
Anyone who sits at a desk for several hours a day will no doubt have noticed the effects that this simple act has on their posture. There are countless studies that tell us how unhealthy prolonged sitting is for us and some of the damage caused by bad posture is...
Click here to watch a very thought-provoking TED talk by Pritam Poddar. The effect sitting has on our bodies: how prolonged sitting can be seen as the, "smoking generation."
Click here to watch Roger Frampton's extremely enlightening TED talk... over 4m views on YouTube and counting... Fitness expert and male model, Roger Frampton, discusses how chairs are your...
The pandemic has meant increased indoor time for all of us and because of this, staying healthy and remaining active has posed quite the challenge for many of us this year. With a lot of talk circulating that remote working could become the new norm, it has never been more...
As millions of people are told to work from home and adjust to doing their jobs remotely, there are likely to be inconsistent desk set-ups where injuries are more likely. Alishah Merchant, a physiotherapist at Rebalance Sports Medicine, gives some tips on how to optimise your home workstation. This article...
Answered by Edward R. Laskowski, M.D. - Mayo Clinic When you sit, you use less energy than you do when you stand or move. Research has linked sitting for long periods of time with a number of health concerns. They include obesity and a cluster of conditions — increased blood pressure, high...
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