Working long hours kills faster


World health Organization and International Labour Organization did a joint research, that involved the global public health and employment bodies, it was concluded there was an estimate of 745,000 deaths from stroke and Ischemic heart disease in 2016, marking a 29% increase since 2000.

From the research study, it was concluded working more than 55 hours per week, there is a 35% risk of stroke and 17% of dying from Ischemic heart disease compared with working the normal hours of 35-40 hours per week.

As stated by WHO and ILO, in 2016, an estimate of 488 million people were said to be working at long hours

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