Remote workers are constantly navigating between different forms of technology throughout the day, whether answering emails, joining video calls, or turning to a streaming service to relax after work.
Constant technological stimulation and feeling the pressure to be accessible 24/7 is leading to rising levels of "technostress", particularly among those who feel they need to be seen at work, or those doing creative work who find technology disruptive.
To combat technostress, experts suggest you:
➡️ Work out what means of communication you prefer;
➡️ Block out parts of the day when you take no video calls;
➡️ Set up folders to better manage the influx of emails;
➡️ Ditch the electronics during breaks.