If you are a workaholic, then there are chances you may suffer negative mental and physical health outcomes such as depression, anxiety, or sleep disorder, a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health suggests.
According to the study, indicates that people with higher work addiction risk compared to people with low work addiction risk have twice the risk of developing depression.
Sleep quality was lower to workers with a high risk of work addiction compared to workers with low risk of work addiction.
Also, women had almost twice the work addiction risk than men, the researchers said.
Workaholics are people who usually work seven and more hours more than others per week.