11 Vital Standing Desk Accessories

June 15, 2021

11 Vital Standing Desk Accessories

From the workplace to the production line, employees in many industries might be affected by musculoskeletal issues. Improving your workstation ergonomics is the most excellent approach to protect oneself.

If you're particularly concerned about avoiding these concerns, you've undoubtedly heard of ergonomic equipment such as a standing desk, an ergonomic office chair, an ergonomic keyboard, and others. Optimizing your office ergonomics not only improves productivity and health but also helps to enhance your posture. Furthermore, it alleviates discomfort, stiffness, and exhaustion. 

As more individuals work from home, it might become increasingly hard to get enough activity into your day. However, an optimal office layout can make all the difference. A standing desk is one of our favorite workplace modifications since it can usually make sedentary work hours unexpectedly active. Furthermore, there are numerous methods to modify a standing desk to ensure that you remain comfortable, engaged, and effective throughout the day.

However, simply having a standing desk is insufficient. It has several restrictions, and as a result, it's critical to design a workstation that incorporates essential standing desk accessories to serve you best. Other items that can be used with your FlexiSpot height-adjustable standing desk include:

Monitor Mount

Your monitor should be precisely in front of you, with the center of the picture at eye level. A screen that is too low causes you to bend your chin down, whereas a display that is too high causes you to tilt your chin up. A monitor that is tilted to one side forces you to turn your neck and head while using the computer. Furthermore, holding these positions for most of the workday is not beneficial for your general health. Many people need to lift their monitors, particularly if they are transitioning to a standing desk. A desktop computer monitor mount will assist you in adjusting the height of your monitor to a more ergonomic position.

Before purchasing a monitor mount, ensure that it is suitable for your monitor. Also, ensure that it is sturdy enough to hold your monitor in place. Standing desks with monitor mounts provide a more polished look in terms of appearance.

Ergonomic Office Chair

Let us not forget that standing all day has terrible consequences. For example, work that needs you to stand for 8-10 hours puts a lot of pressure on your thighs, calves, and feet, making them sore and irritated. The best way to avoid this is to invest in an ergonomic office chair. The Soutien Ergonomic Office Chair is an excellent choice. It boasts a 3D lumbar support system, a 135° lounge tilt, and 4D adjustable armrests to provide you with the best possible seated experience behind your desk.

Cable Management Tools

The presence of cords around your standing desk is unavoidable if you intend to use it to work on a computer or other device. Because standing desks usually have moving parts, cords can quickly become tangled and trapped, making your office rather unsightly. FlexiSpot's cable management systems address both of these challenges, providing a cost-effective option to these untidy and potentially dangerous cords. Check out their cable management products, such as Cable Management Tray CMP502Cable Management Kit Organizer Set CMP013, and Cable Spine CMP017.

CPU Holder

Standing desks are commonly used in conjunction with computers, and these desks are frequently purchased to provide a sit or stand option for workstations. The movement of cables and having floor obstructions that inhibit movements are challenges to adjusting the height of your desk. Placing the CPU above the table defeats the purpose because it takes up room and takes up space in your workplace. As a result, our CPU holder might be the ideal answer for this. Storing the CPU under the desk with the Adjustable CPU Holder CH1 keeps it off the dusty floor and suspended for better cooling. Furthermore, by placing it beneath the desk's surface, you reduce clutter and free up some space on your desktop.

Anti-Fatigue Mat

The leading cause of your discomfort is that you are most likely standing on a flat, stiff, solid surface. While supportive, comfy shoes will help alleviate some of the pain, a decent anti-fatigue mat will provide an additional layer of comfort and support. Don't settle for the first anti-fatigue mat you come across. Choose one that is comfortable, long-lasting suits your needs, and fits your budget.

Active Seating

Balance balls, wobbly stools, and other seating alternatives that help you use your core muscles while sitting are examples of active seatingActive seating can help you improve your posture and increase your energy levels throughout the day—practically, it's challenging to slouch when you utilize active sitting! If you already have a height-adjustable standing deskFlexiSpot's Wobble Stools are height-adjustable active seating options that adapt to the height you require for standing or sitting.

Keyboard Tray

keyboard tray installed under the desk allows you to put your keyboard at the optimal height for typing: at elbow height for both sitting and standing. While typing, keep your arms in a relaxed position, elbows bent at about a 90-degree angle, and your wrists as flat as possible. To use your keyboard or mouse, you should not have to stretch out or stretch your arms.

Your keyboard tray can also assist you in optimizing your typing posture in other directions. The most ergonomic keyboard position is at a negative angle, with the top of the keyboard pointing downward.

Comfy Footwear

When standing for long periods, your body depends on your feet. Therefore good foot support is critical for your general health and well-being. Correct standing is essential, and supportive shoes make a huge difference. Running and walking shoes are made to provide the maximum support, albeit they also differ. Investigate which shoes will be ideal for you and your workplace.

Power Strips with USB Ports

A power strip and USB ports are now essential in any workplace. If you'd like some extra AC and USB ports on your desk, the Clamp Power Strip With USB is ideal. It easily attaches to the edge of your desk, staying out of the way while not difficult to access. This is among the most helpful standing desk accessories since it supplies a nearby outlet and maintains all of your devices in one place. You may charge and use your devices simultaneously while working.

LED Lamp

LED lighting has been demonstrated to be significantly more ecologically friendly and productive, making it the ideal complement to your standing desk. Experts propose increasing natural light in the workplace to boost productivity sustainably. Unfortunately, not every desk worker will be able to do so because windows may be limited, or you may choose to work at night. An LED desk lamp is the next greatest thing to natural light since it delivers soothing light that allows you to move around and finish tasks.

Modesty Panels

privacy or modesty panel is an excellent office desk item for folks who regularly shift their focus away from their job and toward others. You may not know it, but working in a shared place might result in the unintended spread of germs. During flu season, a once-perfectly running office might transform into a sickness hotspot. Your privacy panel may not be able to keep all germs out, but it is one further step toward protecting yourself from contagious illnesses spread by others.

Final Word

These standing desk accessories are much more than trinkets or embellishments. They were created to tackle problems that standing desk users face and to increase their effectiveness with the workstation. Standing desks with the appropriate accessories are an investment in your workspace and, more significantly, in your well-being.

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