using your own place (thinking here from studio flat/single room in a large city perspective, have no experience living in a relationship) as a base of command is a bad practice. living alone in this state promotes negative behaviours and there is not much to gain from unlimited privacy in browsing the web and lack of movement.
the real space should be treated in the same regards as webspace and movement should be encouraged in order to gain connections and understanding of one's own position in the real world
personally, i have removed my desktop and have an older laptop for lounging (which discourages and any more advanced action) and checking some feeds in the evening, and the 'moving laptop' as the work centre
update: so, we can finally see the result of having a personal wiki as ideas change into experiments. and this is experiment has become a failure. since writing this article i removed my desktop setup with display at the right height to a laptop (t500 to be exact). unsurprisingly the result is back pain. well, nonetheless i have felt better in regards to my mental health and if my economic situation allows i will split working space and leisure space and remove as many computers and network devices from the leisure space as lack of mindfulness while working is not the best way to act
i am annoyed with the fact how difficult is to research the topic despite its overarching impact. i think the vast majority of people in gen z and millennial generation do work/use technology in their bedrooms and without a rigorous study is difficult to state the effects and i am so far capable of doing studies with n=1.