Overtime Can Lead To Depression

Working behind the desk or counter too long can lead to double the risk of stress that led to depression.

People who work 11 hours or more in one day have a risk more than 2x as much affected by depression than those who work within the normal time, 7-8 hours a day.
Researchers examined the health information work of two thousand middle-aged workers for 6 years. From here, it appears that there is a strong relationship between overtime work and the risk of depression. Even when researchers studied more about the lifestyle and socio-economic demographics of the participants, this relationship is more clearly visible.
The higher the income, life satisfaction, and the support of fellow workers can suppress a bout of depression. However, those who have jobs with high incomes generally suffer higher depression level because they are struggling to cope with so many responsibilities outside of work.
Just make sure you come in to work on time and working on normal working hours. If you are demand to do overtime, make sure you do it, the most 3 days in a week. You need to think about health condition and the cause of stress that may arise.

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