- People who work at desks should stand or walk around for at least two hours a day to avoid health risks related to too much sitting
- It's not unusual for office environments to trigger what's known as occupational allergies
- Bringing nature into your office can be a great way to inspire creativity and a feeling of wellness
You spend about half of your waking hours at your job. While certain jobs like construction or manual labor have clear hazards, you can't assume that if you are clocking time in an office environment that it's a healthy place to be. Many occupations deliver stress, sedentary behavior, and unhealthy habits along with the paycheck, which can take their toll both physically and mentally.