While office work isn’t as physically demanding as, say, hauling shingles or operating a jack hammer, it can be taxing in its own way. Office workers often look for ways to reduce stress. Adjusting the work load will help, of course. Can certain tasks be handled by others?
Consider, too, the layout of your office. Does it incorporate an ergonomic design? Furniture and lighting that are not conducive to efficient operations can seriously impair your abilities.
Another problem is that many office workers simply don’t get enough exercise. Their reasons are many, but often involve time and/or money. Consider this: What can you do that is free, really easy to do, doesn’t take much time, and pays big dividends long term? Talk a walk!