Insomniac? Blame your office space
Research have shown that getting limited exposure to natural light, mostly due to your office not having any windows, might have a negative effect on your body clock, which ultimately affects your sleep patterns. Research therefore suggests that architects should design employee office spaces with sufficient daylight exposure for the following reasons:
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To promote physical health and wellbeing
Getting enough sleep at night will contribute to better physical health and general wellbeing.
To promote better sleep quality
If better sleep quality is promoted by having window office space, then employees would have a happier work life.
Enable workers to feel more energized
Workers that get sufficient sleep at night time would generally feel more energized.
Enable workers to enjoy a better quality of life
A worker that spends years working at the same company should deserve to enjoy a better quality of life by not being deprived of sleep.