How to know if you’re a workaholic

Even even though the time period “workaholic” has been watered down, work dependancy, or workaholism, is a actual situation.

People with this mental health condition are unable to stop putting in unnecessarily long hours at the office or obsessing over their work performance.

While there are many ways workaholism develops, there are a few clear signs to be aware of: – You routinely take work home with you. – You often stay late at the office. – You continually check email or texts while at home.

Both men and women experience work addiction and work stress. But research shows that women tend to experience workaholism more

What’s so interesting about these findings is that men don’t face an increased risk for diabetes by working longer hours.

“Women tend to suffer considerably higher levels of work-related stress, anxiety, and depression than men, with workplace sexism and familial responsibilities

One of the first steps, according to Manly, is to take an objective look at your life needs and goals.

You can also give yourself a reality check. “If work is negatively impacting your home life, friendships, or health, remember that no amount of money