Danger in not "switching off"
A recent report in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience suggests there is a link between always available with cardiovascular disease .More than half of City workers are more stressed at home than work.
David Plans, chief executive of digital health business BioBeats, who co-authored the work said, said: ‘Everybody knew that always working was bad, but now we can measure when it is happening and exactly what damage it is doing. It is much worse than we thought. It is killing people.”
Gordon Henderson, director of innovation at AXA PPP Healthcare, which worked with BioBeats, a digital health and artificial intelligence business, for the study, said that the stress of working at home is a ramification of always being connected, through phones, laptops and tablets.
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