The drudgery of the desk job is a cliche complaint at this point. But beyond the dissatisfaction with the cubicle lies some very real risks for the health of the average office worker. Long hours of work sitting down and often hunched over a desk can seriously damage tendons, nerves, and blood circulation, while overly-packed daily schedules and the tendency to eat lunch at the nearest casual dining establishment leads to poor nutrition. Resolving these health issues is not only important for your overall health, but the resulting increased comfort and energy levels at work can make you more productive than ever. Check out these tips for ways to ensure your work day isn’t a health hazard.
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