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The more time a person spends at work, the more it tends to alcoholism.

Most of the research on the history of medicine called 'the link between alcohol abuse and the length of the working week held an international team of scientists.

It was found that the more time a person spends at work, the more it tends to alcoholism. This conclusion came the scientists, analyzing the personal data of more than 330,000 people from 14 countries including USA, UK, Australia and Germany. The experimental results published in the edition of the British Medical Journal.

We know that too many business days can lead to exhaustion and mental health problems 'pits, write news Israel. The survey results bring new negative contribution to this list. Marianna Virtanen from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health in Helsinki and her colleagues found that people who work more than 48 hours per week, the risk of dependence on alcohol. And it does not depend on gender, age, social status or nationality.

With increasing working hours from 8 to 12 daily physiological harmful effects occur. Based on this fact and results of international experimental scientists say about the need to regulate working hours as a crucial component of public health 'I.

researchers revealed a correlation does not depend on the age of employees, sex, geographic region or socio-economic status. For most people drinking it is an effective way to move away from problems at work and in seven 'her.

"Some people cope with excess working hours through bad habits such as drinking alcohol. They are trying in this way to relieve stress, get rid of depression and insomnia " - says Virtanen.

The researchers noted that excessive increase in working hours also leads to a sedentary lifestyle. It is expected that these studies will be used in the European Union for drawing up recommendations on health.
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15-09-2015, 20:00

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