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This brings me to my 3rd crucial point which is making certain this brand-new adjustable desk that you are purchasing operate in both sitting and standing positions. What I suggest by "works" is that it allows you to avoid awkward working postures that compound existing health issues or develop new ones.

Let's look at some facts and an example:

According to the most current ANSI/BIFMA anthropometric research studies, the typical woman in the U.S. labor force is 5' 4" and needs a worksurface height of 24.5" when seated and 41.3" when standing. The average male is 5' 10" and needs a worksurface height of 26.5" when seated and 44.8" when standing. These individuals are considered the 50th percentile of the labor force. The ability to satisfy the varied requirements of the average worker, not to discuss the extremes of the fastest and tallest workers (known as the 5th to 95th percentile), can just be attained with adjustable height desks that adjust from 22.5" to 48.5".

There are many options readily available in the market today ... great for standing but not for sitting.
There are lots of options readily available in the market today for standing desks however a number of them are simply that-- good for standing, however not for sitting. They will raise to a height that permits you to stand and operate in a proper position but, when you require to sit, the worksurface merely does not go low enough for regular activities such as typing or writing. This is specifically true of the services that sit on top of your existing desk. They just address half of your needs and do not offer a total solution.

The act of standing from a seated position has actually been discovered particularly efficient at counteracting the detrimental health impacts of sitting. The joint and muscle movement required to shift from one position to the other is where the genuine advantage is, not the act of standing itself.

If you are going to invest in yourself or your employees it makes sense to do it right-- the first time. Ensure the product that you are purchasing serves the purpose for which it is intended and that it meets the REAL needs of your workforce.

SOME ERGONOMICS TO COMPLETE THE STORY
The easy rule of office ergonomics is that you need a minimum of two points of change. This normally deals with the position of the keyboard (affecting arms & wrists) and the position of the monitor (impacting head, neck and shoulders).

If you have an adjustable height desk that fulfills the complete ANSI/BIFMA requirements for adjustability, the best desk converter will supply the proper height modification required for the keyboard and you will simply require to include a display arm to ensure correct positioning and positioning of your head, neck and shoulders.

As shown in the infographic listed below, your lower arms ought to be parallel to the floor and your wrists must be in an unwinded, neutral position - not bent forward or backwards  - while typing and utilizing the mouse despite which position you are in.

Displays should be positioned at eye level and around arms' length from your body. The primary screen should be put directly in front of you (focused over the G and H keys on your keyboard) and secondary displays ought to be placed to the side that your mouse is used on. Appropriately placing your display will permit you to preserve great posture, relieve tension in your neck and shoulders, and lower eye stress.

Individuals who use multi-focal lenses will require to make extra adjustments to make sure that screens are positioned effectively for their requirements. If you have a limited height desk or a repaired height desk then you ought to likewise seriously consider including both an adjustable keyboard platform and an adjustable monitor arm to attain these changes.

You might be questioning why the monitor arm needs to be adjustable and why you can't simply set it and forget it. This is a great concern. As discussed above our bodies are all various. A few of us have long legs, others have a long upper body. This makes it very challenging to keep the specific position and relationship between keyboard and monitor when moving from one position to the other. There are frequently several inches difference in range between the display and keyboard based upon whether you are sitting or standing.

The last point about this goes back to the idea of movement. We might wish to lean or slouch every now and then which changes the correct equipment position also. So having a solution that makes it simple to move is the only choice that enables you to listen to your body and work easily.

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