Farewell BC (before coronavirus). Welcome AD (after domestication)
It is remarkable how quickly we have adapted. The newspaper has been written, edited and produced from couches and kitchen tables. January and February seem like an ancient era—theBC(before coronavirus) to the newAD(after domestication). The shift may rival great workplace transformations in the 19th and 20th centuries. Twitter has already said that all its employees will be allowed to work from home permanently and Facebook expects half its staff to do so within a decade.
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. This article by the BBC really shows how important a proper height adjustable desk is for your well-being.
An interesting and balanced video analysis of the benefits of using a standing desk from Med School Insiders who point out that there is a lack of hard evidence of exactly how bad either sitting or standing for prolonged periods of time is for you however, what is very clear is that more movement during the day is good for you and a sit-stand desk helps provide the opportunity for this.
Making sure that you are looking after both your mental and physical wellbeing are of paramount importance and we believe that getting yourself a good quality height adjustable deskforms a major part of how you will succeed over the coming months.