Best and Cozy Standing Desk Mat

Aug 31st

Standing desk mat designed to provide great comfort and relief in the above work, such as in offices, reception areas and checkouts. Stylish textile surface that fits well in public settings. The mat is easily maintained and cleaned by simply swept, vacuumed or washed with a mild detergent. Upper side of durable and dirt resistant polypropylene. Bottom of the soft and supple vinyl.

Standing Desk Mat Type
Standing Desk Mat Type

Business shoes with hard soles or high heels will kill you if you try to stand on your desk. Try to leave a pair of shoes under your desk so you can fall into them when you sit at the desk for a while. Certainly, if you are working from home or work permits comfortable shoes take advantage of that. If you do not have the opportunity to change shoes, buy a mat. Standing desk mat only cost about $ 30 or so and will provide the same mattress as your comfortable shoes.

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A common misconception is that you’re supposed to stand all the time – No! Constantly I have people come to my office and ask “Why are you sitting, I thought you had to be working on a standing desk?” Well, yes, I’m working at a standing desk mat, but it can be bad for you so that you are all the time too. Most recommend rest for an hour and then sit for an hour. This keeps your body moving and not fatiguing legs and back. I think usually one foot as much as possible and ended up being called at a meeting in which I will have to sit for an hour or more inevitable, so my obligation to be essentially handled involuntarily. You’ll have to figure out what works best for you, but certainly not try to hold back and standing all day – you just end pain and probably worse for wear.