From Rodent-Themed Desks to Hydration-Monitoring Sensors

By: Meghan Young - Jan 11, 2015
Hacking people's daily lives and monitoring their everyday activities are two big areas of interest when it comes to the top 2014 health trends. People's concern over the hazards of working in a traditional office environment led many designers to figure out interesting ways to introduce movement and exercise without disrupting their work flow. This resulted in a ton of unique office furniture designs that targets the perpetual sitter.

The top 2014 health trends also focused heavily on wearable tech. Closely linked with the growing awareness of the need to stay moving, smartwatches, health trackers and other similar devices help people stay motivated to when it comes to overall well-being.

In order to get a better glimpse into how the 2014 health trends will evolve over the next year, check out Trend Hunter's 2015 Trend Report.