¿Cómo hago el teletrabajo más cómodo? - BeZen Mattress & Health

How do I make teleworking more comfortable?

In order to perform at your best during your teleworking day, it is important to create an ideal workspace in your home. Sometimes, it is difficult to find a corner that is separated enough from the rest to enjoy the necessary tranquility. Therefore, at BeZen we bring you some of the essential comforts to have that small office at home.

The environment is key

As we saw in previous articles about feng shui and how teleworking affects rest , the main thing to keep in mind is the separation between work and relaxation . It is not advisable to work in the same place where you rest, so the office should be away from the room (if possible).

Find a place in the house with good natural light . This promotes performance, motivation and productivity, in addition to regulating circadian rhythms and improving rest during the night. It also helps reduce eye strain.

If you don't have good natural light, table lamps, especially flexible ones, will be your best ally. When choosing one, keep in mind that its light is neither very warm nor very cold.

Color psychology is nothing to take lightly: to promote activity, you can combine different bright colors in your space, such as warm or yellow tones. If your work requires a higher level of concentration, neutrals and earth tones will be the answer. If completely changing the color of your furniture or walls seems like too much, try adding small decorations or accessories that accentuate the color, keeping your furniture in a more “calm” color base.

As for decoration, plants are always a good friend : they help purify the environment and help you breathe better.

Your comfort comes first

One of the most frequent problems that teleworkers are exposed to is muscle pain, especially back pain. Ergonomic chairs can greatly alleviate this: these chairs adapt to the curvature of the back, in addition to being able to regulate the height at which they are located. Even better if they have wheels to move easily.

However, this option can become a very high expense. The alternative we propose are lumbar cushions or pillows that are placed on the desk chair and provide greater support to the lower part of the spine (in addition to being significantly cheaper).

Adapt your work table to your needs: not everyone needs large or small tables. If you lack space for a larger table, opt for auxiliary accessories such as carts, trays, storage drawers or boards where you can store pens or other materials.

Sedentary lifestyle and lack of movement is another of the difficulties that people who work remotely face. A possible solution to the problem is standing tables: these allow you to adjust their height and be able to work standing up, which favors circulation in the legs.

your computer

There has been no better time than the present to invest in quality computer equipment. If your job requires it, it can be a very good investment.

Accessories that make your task easier never hurt: additional screens, good keyboards... But they can go up in price. If you work with a laptop, the main thing is that the screen is more or less at eye level, to avoid neck pain. You can buy supports to lift it at a very good price.

To avoid eye pain and disrupted sleep schedules, use glasses with blue filters for screens or applications that regulate the white tones of your computer as the hours go by. hours of the day.


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