Switching between sitting and standing while working creates more variation in the working posture throughout the day. This leads to less discomfort within the back, neck and shoulders compared to only perform sedentary work a regular table (Choi, 2010; Rabbit et al, 2008;. Hedge and Ray, 2004; Karlqvist, 1998).
The effect of alternation in standing and sitting has as a result that the concentration stays longer at a high level (Ebara, et al., 2008). The actual work performance during computer improves as well with an sit-stand table (Garrett et al, 2016;. Choi, 2010; Hedge and Ray, 2004).