People who work standing up are less tired and more involved!

A British study was conducted by a team of researchers from Loughborough University and the University of Leeds among 146 employees of the National Health Service. "After twelve months, the session time was reduced by 82 minutes, and the employees seemed to benefit from it, saying they were less tired, more involved in their work, and experiencing an improved quality of life. skeletal system, such as back pain, reduced, and these employees were also less tense than before. "

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