Study Finds, Working A 10-Hour Day Increases Your Stroke Risk

All in favor of shorter work days, raise your hand!


“Watch out for the moment you can’t enjoy your time off of work,” Simon told Healthline. “If work’s all-consuming, it’s not healthy.”

Study Finds, Working A 10-Hour Day Increases Your Stroke Risk

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What’s Bad For The Body Is Bad For Business

Not only can working extended hours have negative impacts on your stress levels and mental health, it can also be bad for business in the long run.

According to a Harvard study, those who made it a point to disconnect from work experienced more work-life balance and were happier with their jobs.

“After five months employees experimenting with deliberate periodic rest were more satisfied with their jobs, more likely to envision a long-term future at the company, more content with their work-life balance and prouder of their accomplishments,” the study revealed.

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This is why some companies are making moves to ensure employees get down time — from shortening the work week to docking employees’ pay when they don’t use their vacation time. More time off is proving to be better for the company’s bottom line — and yours, too.

So, about that vacation … it’s time to take one, don’t you think?

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