That’s working remotely.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, many companies allowed employees to work from home to both prevent and control the epidemic and ensure work progress was maintained.

Furniture At Work recently released a prediction for what remote workers will look like in 2100. The model built by experts at the company is called Anna.

A group of experts created Anna after research from the University of Leeds (UK) discovered that 1/3 of home-based employees in the UK do not have a suitable working space.

To visualize the impact of this, Furniture At Work used scientific research and worked with healthcare experts to predict what remote workers will look like in the future.

According to experts, the habit of working in bed has greatly affected Anna, causing a hunchback and raised shoulders.

In addition, Anna is also overweight, has a weak immune system due to lack of exposure to fresh air, is anxious and suffers from depression.

Based on these findings through Anna’s appearance, health experts recommend that employees working from home need to take measures to protect their health.

If people do this continuously, the consequences will be extremely serious by the year 2100

`Remote workers should take regular breaks to stretch and move their bodies to avoid back and neck pain,` said Brian Clark, founder of United Medical Education.

In particular, according to Ms. Sarah Gibson, director of Proactive Healthcare, people who work at home should follow the 20 – 20 – 20 rule to protect their eyes if they have to look at a computer screen continuously for a long time.

Mr. Clark emphasized that if you often have to work at home, you should set up a private space with convenient furniture.

This is not the first time experts and scientists have issued warnings about changes in human appearance due to the misuse of technology.

Previously, in November 2022, experts created a strange model called Mindy.

Mindy in the year 3000 will have a hunchback, deformed hands and even an extra eyelid to prevent excessive blue light exposure.

If people do this continuously, the consequences will be extremely serious by the year 2100

The Mindy model was created by experts at the American technology company Toll Free Forwarding based on the analysis of a number of scientists on how the human body evolves according to a modern lifestyle.

In particular, the impact of electronic devices also gives rise to a new condition in humans, called technological neck.

Article reference sources: Dailymail, Independent