Our posture has more to do with our minds we might have thought. And in fact, it seems like our bodies come first—when we alter our posture and body language, it subconsciously influences our thinking and decision-making.
For example expansive postures actually alter hormone levels—decreasing cortisol (C) and increasing testosterone (T) or when we sit up straight, we are more likely to remember positive memories or think of something positive in general.
Doctors conclude “the best posture is always the next posture,” or in other words, always keep moving. You can read the whole article here.
Other article that caught our attention is this one called "Healthy Students are better students". Sometimes one image is worth more than 1000 words.
Have a wonderful day,
Your Sit Stand Office team.