A model of a hunchback shows what a telecommuter will look like in 2100

Please introduce yourself:
Working from home used to be a privilege, but after the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become the norm for many. But brace yourself for a strange new model that might make you rethink everything about working from home.

Furniture At Work introduced a model named Anna. I’d say she’s really…interesting. She is hunched over, has dark circles under her eyes like she hasn’t slept in a long time, her hands look like nails, and her legs have dark veins. Believe it or not, all of this is a direct result of working from home. According to Furniture at Work officials, Anna’s body is undergoing profound changes due to the sheer amount of technology she uses, constant screen exposure, and bad posture. And, as if that wasn’t enough, she also has to deal with mental health issues. Poor Anna.

Concerned University of Leeds researchers found that one-third of those who work from home don’t even have enough work space. Are you looking for trouble? To show us how hard it can be to not have your own workplace, Furniture At Work turned to science and worked with health experts to develop Anna. It’s a glimpse into the future of telecommuting, but it’s far from pretty.

Let’s see what it is. Anna’s back is badly arched, her shoulders are hunched, and her eyes are red and swollen from all day she stared at the screen. Also, his fingers are definitely twisted from holding the mouse for too long. That’s not all. She also suffers from obesity, anxiety, depression, and a weakened immune system due to lack of fresh air. It’s really confusing.

But experts step in and offer advice to telecommuters. It is said that she needs to take regular breaks and move her body to avoid back and neck pain. And here’s another tip:
Every 20 minutes he should stop for 20 seconds and look at an object 6 meters away. It is said to be good for the eyes and brain.

If you prefer to work from home, setting up a suitable workspace with ergonomic furniture is highly recommended. This way, you can draw a line between your work time and your personal time. It’s important to keep those boundaries clear. Working from home may be the new normal, but let’s not forget the heart-warming story of Anna, a hunched model with claw hands and red, tired eyes. She reminds us that without proper precautions, our bodies and minds can be at risk from remote work.