It’s tempting, when working from home. Your bed. And in a lot of cases, there’s a perfectly serviceable desk or table elsewhere. It’s just that it’s right there, it’s cozy, you could catch a power nap between emails and the duvet is cheaper than turning on the heating. But working from bed, or WFB, can have a slew of physical and mental drawbacks that makes its appeal slightly less of a draw. The BBC look into this further.