Whether you work at home or in a busy office, a standing desk could bring a lot of benefit to your life. With over 80 percent of American workers sitting at a desk, doctors are quickly discovering that these sedentary jobs are more harmful than they could have ever dreamed. If you work in an office, you’re not only sitting down from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — you’re also sitting down either in a car or on public transportation, spending your downtime at home sitting on the couch, then finally laying down in bed to start the whole process again.
Plenty of people are afraid of things like spiders, lightning, and enclosed spaces, but did you know there’s a phobia for just about anything and everything you can think of? Here are 50 of the most bizarre fears that have actually been formally diagnosed.
It may not seem obvious, but working in an office building can be as hazardous to your health as being on a construction site. There are a lot of things that may not seem obviously harmful when you start on your first day, but the more you do them over time, the more they affect your health and well being.