The closest question I was able to find from my search results was How to correctly use an adjustable desk? that was asked almost a year ago with no answers. That said, I spend anywhere from eight to sixteen hours a day at my desk sitting. Recently I purchased an adjustable smart desk that I will configure a plist to fire on my Mac that will tell the adjustable desk to move in X position at a set time interval.
That said, I've been looking for any evidence that states when is the appropriate time to stand or sit in the morning? As in, after I first wake-up from my slumber would it be healthier on the body to start the day in a standing position?
Several years ago I experienced a very bad back accident and I've been looking for any documentation or writings on how to properly span the amount of standing and sitting intervals. When I refer to intervals I mean is there a healthier benefit when scripting the desk adjustment to hourly or in two hour intervals?