If so, the good news is it might not be your fault! In fact, you could literally blame it on bad air! Or more specifically, having poor indoor air quality.
Indoor air quality affects your breathing patterns, comfort levels, respiratory system conditions, and your overall health (since oxygen is a vital resource transported throughout the body via your red blood cells). All these factors play a role in how healthy you feel and consequently, how effectively you can work.
Let’s take a closer look at how certain elements in the air—temperature, humidity, and pollution—can affect your productivity.