Is it normal that my table sucks my energy away?

Whenever I digitally draw, i do it on my bed. As that is unprofessional, I've gotten a table/desk to draw on, but whenever i draw at it more then an hour, i feel nauseous, like my energy is being sucked out of me. But i can draw for hours on end on my bed? Is this normal?

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67% Normal
Based on 9 votes (6 yes)
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  • olderdude-xx

    The table may be emitting vapors (chemical orders) from the products it was made from; which is not uncommon (especially with all the modern cheap way to make wood substitutes and glue things together). Some people also get similarly ill in new houses for the same reasons.

    I suggest you go to some garage sales and get an old table or desk that will work. The problem will likely clear up.

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  • Refridgerators

    Sounds like the table requires nutrients from unsuspecting victims.

    But in all seriousness, I know a few people who deal with similar issues.

    A colleague of mine can hardly do any work at his desk, but flies through most of it when tasked with work anywhere else.

    Perhaps it has something to do with unprofessional ethics and social standards? Many stories tell of people who try to live up to standards and end up tearing themselves apart.

    My point is that your preferred method of drawing is the best one, no matter how "unprofessional" it may be.

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