Office staff should maintain physical activity and spend at least two hours within your working day. This writes The Telegraph. According to statistics, British workers sit 60% of the time, almost 70% of them expose themselves to additional risk of diseases of a sedentary lifestyle.
Sedentary work greatly increases the risk of diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure and heart disease. John Buckley, Professor and author of the research paper, commented: "People, workers in the office, spend 65-75% of their time sitting. And 50% of that time the people sit for a long time, without interruptions. Meanwhile, it is vital to move, and do it more often."
When working in the office should follow the rules and be the feet for at least two hours a day. If direct need to run from floor to floor, you can use a standing workstation or from time to time to be distracted by physical exercise. Ideally, if the employer is not against short walks during work break.