Increasing Risk of Stroke to Workaholic
Are you one of the workaholic who had trouble leaving your office table? On weekly average, how many hours did you spent on your office? Here’s a study shown an increasing risk of stroke to workaholic.
People Who Work Long Hours At Work Might Be More Likely To Develop An Irregular Heart Rhythm
Increasing risk of stroke to workaholic
Yes, you might disagree to the statement, but here’s what you shall not ignore when you spend the long working hours:
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- Irregular heart rhythm increase your risk of stroke.
- Sedentary life increase your risk of stroke.
- Stress increase your risk of stroke.
People who typically work much more than 35 to 40 hours a week may be at heightened risk of developing atrial fibrillation, an irregular rapid heartbeat that can lead to strokes, heart failure and chronic fatigue, reports a recent study published in the European Heart Journal.
So, before you intend to work for the extra hours, bear in mind about the increasing risk of stroke to workaholic. Don’t jeopardize your health and find your own work-life balance.