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Four good reasons to use a monitor arm

We all know that sitting or standing with bad posture all day using a computer is bad for your health. Leaning forward or tilting your head up or down not only causes back and neck strain but is also bad for your eyes. A comfortable workspace is essential to your well-being and work performance at home and in the office. Your workspace needs to work for you!

1. Improve your health

A monitor arm will allow you to set your monitor to the most comfortable position, allowing you to adjust the height, depth, and in most cases, the angle of your monitor. Whether sitting or standing, it will improve your ergonomic posture and help reduce eye strain, back and neck pain. Your monitor should be roughly an arm’s length away from your eyes.

2. Effortless adjustment and versatility

A monitor arm's wide range of adjustability makes it easy to collaborate with colleagues and share information easily. Besides just the standard monitor adjustments such as height, depth and angle, many monitor arms also allow you to switch from landscape to portrait position quickly. Monitor arms allow you to customise your desk and working style and are a great option for shared desks.

3. Maximise your workplace

Using a monitor arm means you can free up valuable workspace to become more organised and productive, especially in smaller workspaces. Monitor arms with built-in cable management systems help keep you tangle free all day long.

4. Increase productivity and performance

Research indicates that proper ergonomics in the office or home office can increase productivity significantly. According to a study done by the Jon Peddie Research, you can increase productivity an average of 42% when using multiple monitors1. Likewise, a study conducted by the University of Utah and NEC found 10% increases in productivity and 20% reduction in errors (plus reduced stress) when using multiple monitors².

Multiple screens allow you to view more display content and to use multiple programs simultaneously. By viewing documents side by side you can cut down wasted time toggling between documents and programs.

What to look for in a good monitor arm?

A good monitor arm needs to be flexible and adjustable so you can move your screen easily. It should be able to hold a significant amount of weight to support your monitor(s). It also should easy to assemble.

Whether you use one, two or three monitors, a laptop or just tight on space, your workspace needs to work for you.



How Can A Sit Stand Desk Improve Your Health?

We all know we need to be more active, but there is increasing evidence that we also need to spend less time sitting down. Over the past 10 years, study after study has confirmed sitting for prolonged periods of time is harmful to your health.

More than half of the average person’s waking hours are spent sitting: working at a computer, commuting, watching television or other physically inactive pursuits, but all that sitting could be sending us to an early grave – even those who exercise up to an hour a day.

It is important to alternate between sitting and standing throughout the day. Small changes like drinking water, getting up to walk around, investing in healthy snacks and even a quick stretch can help break up the day and give your body a refresher. Coupled with using a sit-stand workstation, you may burn up to 30 percent more calories.

Sit-Stand workstations are changing the way people work at their computers, helping minimise the impact of a sedentary lifestyle.

Seven ways regularly using a sit-stand at your office or home office benefits your personal health

  1. Reduce Lower Back Aches and Pains

    In recent studies, sit-stand users reported significantly less back pain, neck pain and an increase in the ability to concentrate due to the reduction in pain.

  2. Be More Productive and Get Moving

    Brief exercises during a 9-5 day boost energy, engagement and productivity. Movement and exercise, even on a minimal level, stimulate blood flow and oxygenation to the brain-a sense of feeling better which boosts productivity so you can get back to work.

  3. Stop the Negative Impact Sitting Has on Your Life

    Too much sitting may increases your risk for diabetes and heart diseases. Excessive sitting has also been linked to a shorter lifespan. This is alarming considering that more than half of the average person's day is spent entirely sedentary, whether watching TV or working on a computer.

    Why is Sitting So Bad?

    A long period of sitting slows the metabolism, which impacts the body's ability to regulate glucose, blood pressure and the ability of the body to break down fat. The solution is to keep moving.

  4. Improving Metabolic Health

    By incorporating periodic standing and movement during the day, along with the best lunchtime workouts, you can boost metabolism and contribute to overall health.

  5. Improving Cardiovascular Health

    Studies show that adults with sedentary lifestyles are at greater risk of health problems related to cardiovascular disease. Simple lifestyle changes such as including standing and moving during the day can help improve cardiovascular health.

  6. Contributing to a Positive Attitude

    An additional boost of positive energy wouldn't hurt, even if exercise is already part of your lifestyle. Standing up during the day and making time to move can help your mood.

  7. Increasing Micro-Movements throughout the day

    Micro-movements are incremental movements we make throughout the day, such as fidgeting, pacing and stretching. Studies show that micro-movements benefit overall health, reducing stress and enhancing mental sharpness. A sit-stand routine helps introduce micro-movements into your work day. Start out by sitting and standing in periods that fit your comfort level. During the standing periods, you may also go for a brief walk around the office or stretch to contribute more to your micro-movement workout.


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