Posted: 11 Oct 2020
Table 1. In this study of 2,303 US adults, switching to WFH and job loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic were associated with greater time spent sitting and viewing screens compared to those whose unemployment was unchanged. Bouziri H, Smith DR, Descatha A, Dab W, Jean K. Working from home in the time of covid-19: how to best preserve occupational health? Future research should seek to replicate these findings in more diverse, nationally representative and international samples. Working from Home and Dietary Changes during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Longitudinal Study of Health App (CALO Mama) Users 27 Pages Posted: 11 Oct 2020 Last revised: 12 Nov 2020 See all articles by Koryu Sato Covid-19: Tips for successful remote working. Objectives: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, major changes to how, or even whether, we work have occurred.
Powell C, Browne LD, Carson BP, Dowd KP, Perry IJ, Kearney PM, et al. Among men and women, those with active jobs showed greater weekday activity compared to those in sedentary jobs (4). Validated questionnaires assessed physical activity, sitting time, and screen time. (2017) 18:915–35.
Being regularly physically active has numerous physical and mental health benefits (1), and engaging in high sedentary time is negatively associated with many similar outcomes (2, 3). 12. 27 Pages