Sitting so much should scare you

People all across the U.S. are sitting almost all day, living an excessively sedentary lifestyle. They don’t like it, they know it’s bad for them, but they are doing it anyway. Think about it: the typical American sleeps for an average of 8 hours a night, sits at work or school for about 7.5 hours a day, then comes home to relax by watching TV, sitting on the computer, or lounging for about 4.5 hours a day, and an hour throughout the day sitting down to eat. That only leaves us with 3 hours of the day that we are active and standing! It's time to evolutionize the way we sit.

Infographic shows sleeping 8 hours, sitting at work 7.5 hours, watching tv 1.5 hours, leisure time 1.5 hours, on home computer 1.5 hours, eating, 1 hour,  active sitting/standing 3 hours, sedentary hours 21 hours, active hours 3 hours

So join the evolution:

The Benefits from Active Sitting & Standing:

Infographic shows active sitting and standing reduces muscle tension, enhances circulation, improves mental alertness, improves focus & concentration, improves sleep quality, relieves stress, and eases muscles pain

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