If you’re trying to be more comfortable at work or at home, there are many different ways to approach that goal. One of them is to use tech in any way possible to prop up your ability to get and stay comfortable in different environments. A little research into a few various topics will go a long way into you discovering what some of your possibilities are.
Think of a few ways right now that you might be more comfortable in your working environment or at home. You could have ergonomic furniture or items create a more comfortable space for your body. You can have high-tech climate control to keep you in a narrow range of comfort. If you aren’t satisfied with the lighting in an area, that’s a problem. And there are applications or even sets of data that suggest the science behind stretching methods that will keep you comfortable over long periods.
The cornerstone of your comfort at work, especially if you have an office job where you sit down a lot, is going to be having an ergonomic chair. If you’re not comfortable when you’re sitting down for long hours, that is going to reduce your efficiency on a lot of different levels, and it may even create permanent injuries over time. If you get an ergonomic assessment of your situation at work, you should be able to use the results to your advantage.
There is an ideal temperature for you to work at. It may differ between individual people who are doing different types of work, but there’s going to be a range where you operate the most efficiently and most comfortably. Once you figure out what that range is, high-tech climate control systems can keep you comfortably within it. At home, you can install smart heating and cooling systems that can even learn your preferences over time, or know who is in what parts of your house.
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If you install pleasing light technology in your home or at your office, that makes a big difference in your comfort level. If you have to squint or strain your eyes a computer screen or whatever you’re working on, that will immediately come to create an issue with your overall workflow. Adjust the lighting to a comfortable level, and it will improve your efficiency.
There are apps that you can install on your computer or on your phone that suggest scientific ways and schedules for stretching to stay comfortable. You’d be amazed at how much better you work if you stretch out your wrists and fingers every 45 minutes, or if you do gentle arm, back, and leg stretches every so often while you’re working.