Last week the sad news of Roger Bannister’s passing reached the Synergy Health office. A man who had no trouble practising our healthy habits number 4, ‘Move Quickly Once in a While’ and number 9 ‘Manage Your Thinking’.
Too often we can get caught up in the latest research on what we should (or shouldn't) be doing that we miss how to integrate simple healthy habits into our often busy lives. We thought we would share with you some practical examples of how real people achieve this.
We are now more connected than ever before. Our lives are fast-paced, on-demand, multi-tasking, surround sound, high definition versions of what they used to be. Advances in technology have provided us with education, entertainment, route directions, connection, sometimes even our self-worth and health data is wrapped up in one of these sleek little packages.
Here at Synergy Health we are often asked about the dangers of excessive workplace sitting and the strategies that workplaces can implement to alleviate this risks. Often stand-up desks are considered the answer to all of our sedentary concerns. But is standing up enough?
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