Studies show that it is important to switch back and forth between sitting and standing.
For predominantly desk-based work, experts recommended that sit-stand ratio should start from 4:1
(standing 15 minutes every hour), progressing to 1:1 (4-hours sitting, 4-hours standing in a regular 8-hour work day).
When you remain in the same seated posture for a long time, your blood flow slows down and you may begin to feel tired;
and the muscles in your neck, shoulders, and back become fatigue.
Movement is key!
It keeps the blood flowing and prevents muscle fatigue and cramping.
Herewith some tips for an ideal sitting- and standing working posture: