Location: Australia
Author: UCI Australlia
Tags: #sit-stand #movement #workstation

From the moment we wake up most of our daily activities are based on low movement activities such as eating breakfast, driving/commuting to and from work, working at your desk, eating dinner, watching TV, using the computer or phone and also socializing. Together this makes up more than 9 hours of the day in a  sedentary position, resulting in substantial links to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancer and other diseases. Therefore, it is important to be aware of how much time we spent seated at work and what we can do to improve our movement during the day.

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