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Effective #mentalhealth tips to follow when working in a high-stress job

It’s a very common occurrence. It’s past six and somehow you’re still in front of the computer crunching numbers or finishing some emails. Your Skype or Slack notification goes off, and you get anxiety during the brief moment of you hovering your mouse over it. It’s your boss, and he’s asking you, yet again, to […]

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Does work-related stress lead to weight gain? A new study finds answers

A Swedish study attempted to find out if work-related stress contributes to an increase in weight. We all know that work-related stress often has negative results to our physical and mental well-being, leaving us suffering from immense fatigue, lack of sleep, anxiety and even a number of conditions that can be dangerous if left untreated. […]

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Working weekends tied to increased depression risk, finds study

Long working hours linked to heightened depression risk in women

And working weekends is associated with an increased risk in both sexes, the findings indicate. The expansion of the global and gig economies has driven the need to work outside standard ‘office’ hours, a factor that has been associated with poorer physical health. But the potential impact on mental health is less well known. And […]

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