Good air quality keeps you alert
Naturally, ventilation at home should always be good, but poor quality air can be especially noticeable as we spend more time at home doing highly focused work. Good quality air at home helps you avoid tiredness and headaches during your workday.
Whether your room is designed for work or you’re changing your workplace, the lighting has to be good in order to reduce fatigue and eye strain. By all means choose a room with windows for natural light, but avoid sitting with direct sunlight on your computer screen.
Routines and breaks
Schedule specific times for starting and stopping work. Also, schedule times for lunch and coffee breaks and stick to them. This makes it easier to plan and carry out your daily tasks and avoid working late at night.
Choose the right chair
Choose your chair to suit the space; is it a confined space or a large office? Savo offers a number of chairs suitable for working from home.