In previous months we’ve discussed sedentary behaviour, and the amount of time average Aussies spend sitting every week.
For some of us, it’s a reality. We spend a lot of our work day sitting. So it makes sense that posture makes a big difference to health.
But you may not be aware that your posture affects the chemicals in your brain. Belle Beth Cooper at Buffer takes you through the science behind ergonomics, and how your posture affects your brain:
More and more offices are introducing agile workstations to help with the health of employees.
Remember: There’s no single ideal posture for you to remain in. Instead, focus on building more movement into your day.
HSG offers workplace ergonomic assessments and office ergonomics training courses to help reduce injuries such as RSI, back pain, and OOS in your workplace. Our ergonomic training courses and assessments are available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and other cities around Australia.