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What are the best techniques for reducing fatigue at a standing desk?

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Dr. Kalyn Diamond
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Move your body, get

Your blood flowing.
Use the “at ease” position—feet shoulder width apart, shift weight from side to side, lean on desk. Use a tall stool, take walking breaks. Pad your feet—comfy shoes, insoles, anti-fatigue mat. Pad edge of the standing desk. Install a foot rail. Think positive--boosts energy level, tones muscles and burns more calories, makes work more fun because you can dance around a little!

In brief: Move your body, get

Your blood flowing.
Use the “at ease” position—feet shoulder width apart, shift weight from side to side, lean on desk. Use a tall stool, take walking breaks. Pad your feet—comfy shoes, insoles, anti-fatigue mat. Pad edge of the standing desk. Install a foot rail. Think positive--boosts energy level, tones muscles and burns more calories, makes work more fun because you can dance around a little!
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