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8 ways to design for workplace zen

"According to an article on Psychology Today, a recent study showed that people who work in offices lacking windows experience decreased vitality, lower quality of life related to physical problems, and increased daytime dysfunction. The study concluded that this was connected to reduced exposure to daylight, which affected sleep quality and the natural biological, mental, and behavioral rhythms that respond to light and darkness."

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