Overwork and Long Hours Contribute to Depression

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Urge your clients to cultivate work-life balance. Working too long and too hard increases the risk of depression, according to a study conducted at the Kyoto University School of Public Health in Kyoto, Japan. Among 218 clerical workers, those who worked more than 60 hours per week and had too much work were 15 times more likely to suffer from depression when reevaluated after 1-3 years than workers with less stressful schedules. The study authors suggested that feeling overworked combined with long works hours could be considered a risk factor for depression.

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