Lots of people assume there is one “excellent” stance for sitting on Modern office desks [โต๊ะ ทํา งาน โม เดิ ร์ น, which is the term in Thai]. But really, there aren’t only one means of sitting. Various means of sitting will place various physical tensions on our bodies, and the range is excellent.
- To work out if a pose is “great” or not, we can examine it based on a number of things:
- The amount of muscular tissue task needed to hold the setting; excessive muscle mass activity can be a trouble as it can lead to tiredness if held continuously for a long period.
- The estimated anxiety on joints, consisting of the discs in between the vertebral bones of the back; too much physical loading tension could be a problem as it might create discomfort in the joints and ligaments or muscular tissues around them.
- Whether the joints remain in the center of their range of activity or near the extreme; uncomfortable, near end-of-range postures may place much more stress and anxiety on cells around joints.
- The quantity of fidgeting people does; stirring in your seat, or fidgeting, can be an early indication of pain and may suggest a danger of later discomfort.
Provided these requirements, the research study suggests there are three major alternatives for how you should sit at a work desk. Every option has it’s own advantages and disadvantages and is suitable for different jobs.
- Consider how much time you invest sitting each day, as well as if it’s greater than around seven hours, try to find methods to minimize the total time you are spending sitting. If you are working in an office, for example, you can sometimes stand rather and sometimes sit and work.
- Separate long periods of sitting with small movements. The objective is never to rest for longer than 30-60 minutes without permitting your body to experience different posture and activity, such as a short stroll.
- Vary your resting stance utilizing the three choices described over, so your body has adjustments in the stresses put on it.
- Bear in mind; there is no one great posture; however, any type of position held for an extended period ends up being a negative pose. Our bodies are meant to move frequently.