How An Adjustable Height Desk Can Improve Your Working Life

Can an adjustable height desk help you? Government studies have shown that neither sitting or standing all day is good for your health. Having an ability to do both will improve your life.
July 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Have you discovered that you need to stretch, stand, and move at work?  Many people have found that the need to get the blood flowing often supersedes their ability to continue working steadily.  OiC Innovations has developed the way to do both.  The Desktop Elevator is an affordable, sit AND stand desk solution that eliminates the need to stop working as you stand.  
Many companies have gone to a standing desk, or a height adjusted desk.  This only
creates a new problem of not allowing your employees to sit during the day to rest while working.  The Desktop Elevator's gas spring technology allows for the workplace's surface to be raised and lowered effortlessly and at the employee’s convenience, giving the workforce the ability to work how they want, when they want.
As an employer, giving employees a choice of how to work with an adjustable height desk can make all of the difference between a happier, healthier and tired distracted worker.  This healthy distinction is one that can help both your bottom line and morale.  
The American Journal of Epidemiology has shown that sitting for long stretches (six hours or more) makes people 18 percent more likely to die of diabetes, obesity and heart disease than those who sit less than three hours.  This drastic risk, in conjunction with workers putting in longer shifts and "burning the midnight oil" in order to prove their worth in a hard economy has led to a real demand for an adjustable height desk, and the Desktop Elevator is the perfect solution.  Go to for more information and to order your adjustable height desk today.
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