A great way to reduce stress and dissatisfaction in the workplace is to decorate your desk. Having personal items around your desk helps you feel ownership, and therefore makes you more comfortable and at ease.
When designing your office, consider decorating it using the colour green. The colours used in an office can really change the mood and productivity levels of the employees within it.
Guest blogger, Kevin Jones, explains how you can actively combat the negative effects of sitting.
From a good ergonomic office chair to a standing desk, find out what it takes to build the ultimate active workspace!
The CoreChair was inspired by the widespread prevalence of back pain, the negative effects of sedentary lifestyles, and the trend towards exercise balls in the office.
To prevent dehydration, it is important to keep up with your water intake. A well-known myth says you should drink eight 8-oz glasses a day. Is this true?
Dr. David Lee, a Chiropractor in Toronto, ON, explains why traditional ergonomic office chairs are not good for you. Find out why he thinks you should get rid of yours!
Boost your health and wellness IQ with Trionne Moore’s list of Must-Eats… These superfoods will have you feeling super!
Nowadays it is hard to avoid using your mobile phone. Find out how to properly hold your phone so that you don’t strain your neck.
Do you notice that your ankles appear to be swollen at the end of your workday? Find out how to avoid this.
Learn how to avoid some common (and sometimes hidden) health hazards that may be lurking in your office.
Traditional office chairs promote poor posture and muscle atrophy. Make this one small change to build core strength at work.
Do you work through your lunch break because you just have too much work to do? STOP DOING THIS! Read why…
Kinesiologist, and human movement expert, Patrick Harrison, explains why you should think twice about sitting cross-legged.
Find yourself regularly reaching for snacks at work? If you are going to snack, make sure you reach for these healthy snacks next time…
There has been a lot of talk lately about the negative effects of sitting all day on our physical health, but what about what it’s doing to our brains?
Many of us believe that a good sweat in the gym for 30 minutes or so a day, for 3-5 days per week is going to keep us healthy. Is this really the case?
Ironically, active sitting is a return to the old ways, movement. Prior to the industrial revolution, movement was required to conduct the majority of our commerce.
Dr. David Lee is a Chiropractor at Adelaide Clinic in Toronto, Ontario. See Dr. Lee’s thoughts on active movement with the CoreChair.
Dr. David Lee is a Chiropractor with the Adelaide Health Clinic in the downtown core of Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Lee, and the Adelaide clinic find the CoreChair to be an excellent compliment to their therapeutic objectives. See Dr. Lee's thoughts on the common postures...
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