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(5522) It's not you. Commuting is bad for your health. - YouTube
commuting either extension of work (should be paid)
or half leisure eg listening to podcast.
commuting  commuter  public  health  prevention  chronic  sick  population  stress 
18 hours ago by asterisk2a
How Suppressed Emotions Enter Our Dreams and Affect Health
When we suppress waking thoughts, they show up in our dreams. New research found that high thought suppressors dreamt more of their negative (but not positive) emotional experiences from waking-life, and also had poorer sleep quality and higher levels of depression, anxiety, and stress.
dreams  mental_health  stress  depression  sleep 
3 days ago by flyingcloud
When Being Unproductive Saves a Career
“Neuroscience tells us that what Sen experienced is a “default mode network”— a way in which our brains make new connections and even solve complex problems when we aren’t actively focusing on them. The default mode network is most likely to light up when we’re “mind wandering” — a term for what people often experience while daydreaming in the shower or waiting for a train. Stress shuts this kind of powerful thinking down, as does our compulsion to grab our cellphones at any idle moment. Sabbaticals, done right, reprioritize mind-wandering.”
nonprofit  organization  Health  stress  productivity  research  work 
5 days ago by basemaly
Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your job could be killing you | Life and style | The Guardian
there is a danger that merely reducing working hours will not change much, when it comes to health, if jobs are intrinsically disenfranchising. In order to make jobs more conducive to our mental and physiological welfare, much less work is definitely essential. So too are jobs of a better kind, where hierarchies are less authoritarian and tasks are more varied and meaningful.

Capitalism doesn’t have a great track record for creating jobs such as these, unfortunately. More than a third of British workers think their jobs are meaningless, according to a survey by YouGov. And if morale is that low, it doesn’t matter how many gym vouchers, mindfulness programmes and baskets of organic fruit employers throw at them. Even the most committed employee will feel that something is fundamentally missing. A life.
capitalism  neoliberalism  work  labour  overwork  stress  anxiety  health  dctagged  dc:creator=FlemingPeter 
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