1. Active sitting: This involves using dynamic chairs that promote movement and encourage people to sit in a more energized and active way.
2. Sit-stand desks: These desks allow employees to switch between sitting and standing throughout the day, reducing the negative effects of prolonged sitting.
3. Posture-corrective aids: These include devices like lumbar cushions, footrests, and ergonomic mouse pads designed to improve posture and reduce strain on the body.
4. Ergonomic keyboards: These keyboards are designed with a split design that minimizes strain on the wrists and promotes a more natural typing position.
5. Wellness programs: Some workplaces are offering wellness programs that include yoga or meditation classes to help employees improve their posture and overall health.
6. Height-adjustable workstations: These workstations allow employees to adjust the height of their work surface to ensure their posture is aligned to their individual body type.
7. Exercise breaks: Encouraging employees to take short breaks to stretch and move can help reduce the negative effects of prolonged sitting and improve overall posture.
8. Anti-fatigue mats: These mats are designed to reduce fatigue and improve posture by providing a cushioned surface to stand on.
9. Adjustable monitor arms: These arms allow employees to adjust the height and angle of their computer monitors to reduce eye strain and improve posture.
10. Workplace ergonomic assessments: Some workplaces are offering assessments to identify potential ergonomic issues and provide solutions to improve posture and reduce strain on the body.