Almost a year into this pandemic now and a good chunk of us are still working from home. In fact, we may never go back to an office.
But as wonderful as it sounds to never deal with traffic, working in your pajamas from your bed or couch, it can lead to burning out in both physical and mental ways.
Joining us to talk about home office burn out is Dr. Greg Hammer, a pediatric intensive care physician, pediatric anesthesiologist, and professor at Stanford University Medical Center.
We'll hear today about the stress put on our bodies from these new lifestyles, keeping work and home life separate even when they take place in the same building, creating a sleep schedule, and how to deal with the fear and anxiety heightened by this pandemic.