Desks That Rise to Prevent Poor Posture

A desk that rises is a great way to prevent poor posture while you work. Sitting for seven or more hours a day in the same position can lead to aches and pains in the back, neck and shoulders, even if you’re trying to sit in an ergonomically healthy manner.

What are the benefits of a rising desk?

Whether you work at home or in an office, a height adjustable desk can help keep you more comfortable throughout the day by encouraging movement and changing up your positioning. The most popular and best-reviewed desks include options with both manual and motorized controls. Those with motorized controls can be operated at the touch of a button and typically let you program and save a preferred standing desk height. They also tend to be more stable than manual desks that require turning a crank or loosening and lifting the scrivanie che si alzano.

Some of our favorite models allow you to stack two of them together for collaborative workspaces and have features like a keyboard tray, wire-organizing channels and grommets for power and phone plugs. Some, such as Fully’s Jarvis Laminate Standing Desk and Frovi’s Relic Project Table, have a compact footprint that makes them ideal for smaller spaces. Others, such as the UPLIFT Branch, offer five different desktop sizes and materials ranging from more budget-friendly laminate to a more luxurious solid walnut or live-edge pheasant wood. Strategist writer and home-design expert Lauren Ro loves the customization of her UPLIFT desk, which lets you choose a desktop color and size, base color and style, power grommet covers and a keypad, among other things.