Standing Desk Blog

Health & welfare tips for you and your workspace

What is a Standing Desk Converter? Everything You Need to Know

A standing desk converter is a device that sits on top of your existing desk and moves up and down, letting you switch back and forth from sitting and standing.

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A standing desk converter is a device that sits on top of your existing desk and moves up and down, letting you switch back and forth from sitting and standing.

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Best Standing Desk Converters for a Tall Person

This is a list of the 3 best standing desk converters for a tall person. Standing desk converters sit on top of your existing desk or table and convert it into a sit to stand desk.

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This is a list of the 3 best standing desk converters for a tall person. Standing desk converters sit on top of your existing desk or table and convert it into a sit to stand desk.

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The Best Standing Desks for Work From Home

The work from home trend, for the most part, is staying with us. For many of us, that means getting creative with our workspaces. This list of manual, electric and portable standing desks provide a plethora of options for any WFH setup.

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The work from home trend, for the most part, is staying with us. For many of us, that means getting creative with our workspaces. This list of manual, electric and portable standing desks provide a plethora of options for any WFH setup.

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Can A Standing Desk Help With Back Pain?

In a study of 27 randomized people with chronic lower back pain (LBP), after the use of a sit-stand desk for 6 months, it was found that the overall disability index (ODI) went down by 50% for the intervention group versus just 14% for the control group.

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In a study of 27 randomized people with chronic lower back pain (LBP), after the use of a sit-stand desk for 6 months, it was found that the overall disability index (ODI) went down by 50% for the intervention group versus just 14% for the control group.

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Can A Standing Desk Help With Neck Pain?

Did you know that if you're sitting at your desk and looking down at your computer with a 45-degree bend in your neck, it is the equivalent of having up to 50 pounds (22kg) of gravitational force on your neck?

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Did you know that if you're sitting at your desk and looking down at your computer with a 45-degree bend in your neck, it is the equivalent of having up to 50 pounds (22kg) of gravitational force on your neck?

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