Cooler room temperature increases concentration—as evidenced by the following Scientific American Study: Researchers asked participants to proofread articles in 67- or 77-degree temperature rooms. The ones who worked at the cooler temperature found twice as many errors as the warmer-room group. As James Clear says in Atomic Habits, “Environment is an invisible hand that shapes our behavior.” The good news: we can often train the invisible hand to achieve our desired behaviors. Perhaps the easiest place to start is controlling the thermostat.
Source: Ben Meer